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Facebook must better protect user data from exploitation by third parties

The recent and complex scandal involving Cambridge Analytica’s use of 50 million Facebook users’ ill-gotten data has, understandably, left many with concerns about the...

R’Perspective: #MeToo: A movement of visibility needed for change

As I reviewed my notes for the forthcoming high school Model United Nations conference in a seat by the sliding doors of the 12:30...

Club Spotlight: Aerospace Systems

Convening in a medium-sized study room on the first floor of Orbach library on Friday (their regular meeting day), May 12, a passionate group...

R’Perspective: The horrors of Facebook, one year later

This May 8 marks a day that will live in infamy for me — the one year anniversary of the day I joined Facebook. Facebook,...

Ladies vs. Gentlemen: Social media

Social media … What arguably started in 2002 as a networking website linking people with common bonds, similar to dating websites, through a website...

Finstagram Fad

Social media has reached a new level of importance in the everyday life of the typical millennial. Most have more than one platform of...

Don’t let social media define who you are

Social media has a big influence on our daily lives. We usually check our Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat or Twitter a couple of times every...

The fault in our activism: What the Facebook filter won’t do

In many respects, social media has provided an incredible gateway for the mass publicization of global issues. As a result, people have resorted from...

Why you should dislike the “dislike” button

When scrolling through the numerous food pictures, event postings and invitations that fill my Facebook feed, there is often that sad post regarding a...