Generation Z has come to be known for our progressive and inclusive sentiments, our desire for driving change in various aspects of our society.
Has Colleen Hoover Murdered Intellectualism?
Isobel Webb-Pratt If you have spent even a few minutes on BookTok it’s highly likely you will have come across some content related to Colleen Hoover and her works. There have been […]
You’re Fired… But is anyone truly a loser on The Apprentice?
Sophie Banks Regrettably, I must inform you that winning The Apprentice is not the only way that its candidates can profit from the television show. They are gaining success through online fame […]
“I Can Love Me Better”: Miley Cyrus’ “Flowers” is the Anthem of the Self-Care Era.
We all know the lyrics to Miley’s catchy “Flowers” chorus (from hearing it approximately 147 times a day online, or, if you’re like me, having it on repeat for two weeks straight). But, if you’ve been living under a rock…
It’s BookTok’s World and We’re Just Living In It
Megan Stoker writes about the impact of social media on reading.
The Rise of Bookstagram
Bookstagram. It’s exactly the mishmash you think it is, books and Instagram. Bookstagram, is the bookworm’s platform to artistically showcase their myriad of books and their vast love of literature. So how do you do it?
Tattle Life: ‘A commentary website’ or a platform promoting hate?
Charlotte MacDowell discusses the toxicity of the gossip platform Tattle Life.
“Depop girlies” and the problem with pre-loved fashion
Sarah McKie discusses the problems of Depop and the fashion industry.
Calling for Accountability or a Witch-Hunt Without Mercy?
No one is safe from the clutches of cancelling. Your favourite celebrity is a mere tweet away from having their whole career questioned. So why do people become ‘keyboard warriors’ and begin a tirade of abuse? Surely these attacks make the persecutor just as bad as the defendant, and maybe even worse in some cases?
The Demonised Behind the Glamourised – All That’s Wrong With Becoming “That Girl”.
Emily Smith discusses the recent “That Girl” trend on TikTok and why it’s problematic.