Writer Hanya Hesham writes about how important social media has been to stay in contact with family whilst at university
Nimo Omer argues that deepfakes are a small part of a wider problem that we have with lies and deception in society
Razan Samkari argues that online giants like Facebook are not currently compatible with modern, transparent democracies and need to be restrained by laws and policy to protect their users.
The Facebook favourite could face closure, having incurred debts of over £6 million
Shakira has allegedly described Campaigns Officer Deej Malik-Johnson as her enemy
Students can rate their landlord one to five star rating and there is a landlord blacklist with the name of landlords with reported frequent problems
Our emotional and expressive capacities are changing the age of the meme
David Moseley argues that social media is limiting our perception of the news and the world as a whole
With uploading every aspect of our lives onto the internet becoming more normalized, Cecilia Bicknell paints a dystopian view of our oversharing habits.
Kwarme Kwarteng published a string of posts on his personal facebook account criticising justifications for veganism
Becca Knight examines the role of social media in university life and how dependant on it we have become. But what are the negative effects if we use it excessively? Should we switch off in order to enjoy reality?
Fyre festival was set to be the biggest event of the year, promoted by dozens of industry influencers…until it all went wrong.
As the world’s largest social media site reached two billion members in 2017, concerns rise surrounding its use for illegal wildlife trading
Alex Tayler answers our questions on the SU’s refurbishment, the recent All Students Vote, and local student Facebook groups
The combination of constant encounter with (often shallow) political views on social media platforms and recurring political shocks is shaping the politics of the younger generation
Censorship of more right-wing views on online platforms must be confronted if we are to properly engage in debate
A Facebook group that consists of 200 Agricultural Science students who swap nude photos of girls, and stories of their one night stands has been exposed by a student newspaper