Tag: social media

Students not supportive of TikTok ban

A recent informal survey found that 23 out of 25 University of La Verne students believe the bill that could ban TikTok in the U.S., which was signed into law this week by President Joe Biden, goes too far. 

RESTRICT Act would result in the ban of TikTok, other apps

U.S. senators Mark R. Warner and John Thune proposed the Restricting the Emergence of Security Threats that Risk Information and Communications Technology Act on March 7. If the bill were to pass, it would give the government the power to act against technological companies if they pose a national security threat to Americans.

Social media app encourages users to BeReal

In the age of social media, Generation Z has dealt with the pressure of posting picture-perfect content and of receiving as many likes, comments and views as possible. One app has attempted to erase the stigmas surrounding social media apps by having their users post content in real-time. 

ULV students are not happy with Netflix’s new password policy

Netflix, one of the most popular streaming services, is ready to bring down the hammer on sharing passwords.

Commentary: Real dating happens offline

Last week, I was sitting with my friends in the Campus Center like I usually do between classes when I overheard a friend of mine talking about someone she had an interest in.

Students bond over campus Instagram accounts

Two Instagram accounts run anonymously by University of La Verne students, Benny the Bear and ULV's Best Bathrooms, integrate social media with campus life and have become popular conversation topics as their followers anticipate their next post.

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