Topic: social media

Perez is known for her Instagram account, @yung_nihilist, which is known for memes and activism. With 34.6 thousand followers, Perez has made a living out of her digital content.

Arts & Culture

Clout, memes, monetization: Bianca Perez talks social media work

November 6, 2019 0 comments

Thousands know her for her Instagram handle, @yung_nihilist, and much of the online community has felt the impact of her meme content in some form.

David Ebersman ’91 discussed the challenges of running his startup Lyre Health, a mental health company that aims to “help people quickly (find) high-quality health care.”

News, University News

Ebersman ’91 discusses path from Facebook to mental health startup

April 18, 2019 Comments are Disabled

For former CFO of Facebook David Ebersman ’91, the most important takeaway from his time at Brown was “the idea that learning was interesting for the sake of learning.”

Thomas ’21: The siren’s call of the online celebrity

Columns, Opinions

Thomas ’21: The siren’s call of the online celebrity

February 4, 2019 Comments are Disabled

On a foundational level, we all have an understanding of right and wrong and are able to identify these behaviors in others. This rings particularly true when it comes to celebrities or public figures. Though it’s often hard to believe, they’re people just like us — the major difference being […]

Metro, News

R.I. representative introduces bill to support news, media industry

March 23, 2018 Comments are Disabled

As digitalization makes information increasingly accessible, the field of journalism has evolved to survive.

Kim ’19: Twitter shouldn’t fix what isn’t broken

Columns, Opinions

Kim ’19: Twitter shouldn’t fix what isn’t broken

October 3, 2017 Comments are Disabled

On Sept. 26, Twitter announced that the character limit on tweets would be doubled from 140 to 280 characters for a select group of users.

Columns, Opinions

Jacobs ’18: The narcissism of social media politics

March 7, 2017 1 comment

We’ve all seen social media’s power to catalyze political change by providing users with a platform to organize and share ideas.

Columns, Opinions

Steinman ’19: Tag yourself

February 3, 2017 Comments are Disabled

Misery loves company.