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Wrestling team promote on Twitter, Instagram
by Lauryn Chavez | staff writer Individual Johnson sports have been creating their own media pages separate from the main Johnson High School Instagram and Twitter which showcase all Johnson sports. Some sports have their own twitter, instagram, a (More)
Is "The Charli" drink worth the hype?
by Tala Kamil | staff writer In September, Tiktok star Charli D’Amelio announced her collab with Dunkin Donuts.  “For a 16-year-old to be (More)
I tested viral TikTok Recipes
by Monica Smith | staff writer TikTok is an app mostly used for posting short videos of trendy dancing, comedy, and singing. The bounds of content on TikTok are limitless and one of the more popular categories happens to be a thing attracting many (More)
The Tiktok trends you may - or may not - care about
by  Lily Moran | staff writer With Covid-19 giving people more time at home, Tiktok has become a main source of entertainment, with people making videos expressing themselves through new dances, new makeup looks, or even just making funny content, (More)
How artists are using social media to promote their drawings
by Monica Smith | staff writer A blank sheet of paper and a set of Prismacolor pencils is all junior Pedro Diaz needs to create a drawing so detailed and vivid that it makes you wonder if his hands are a magic printer. His Instagram account, conta (More)
I tried to get TikTok famous in just five days
by Monica Smith | staff writer If TikTok was famous for one thing, it’s the general idea that gaining attention through likes on a post is easier and more accessible than any other social platform.  With that knowledge, a Tik Tok creator must know (More)
COVID-19 is no joke, but the memes are
Lauren Loveless | editor in chief Day thirty-something of quarantine and the severity of the pandemic is really sinking in. There’s no escape and everything seems gloomy, however, in these dark times there’s still some very amusing light.  “Per (More)
Internet crazes over new Gen Z phrase
by Lauryn Chavez | staff writer As the internet craze “ok boomer” erupts into twitter arguments and news articles discrediting the meme, sophomore Nysha Makani expresses that the term is so popularized because of the many different viewpoints gene (More)
What do students think about Instagram hiding likes?
by David Kent | staff writer Starting this week, Instagram will begin to hide people’s likes in the US. Senior Liberty Vela feels that this new change will not so much impact her, as it will impact those who center their lives around followers and (More)
A guide to Youtube celebrities
by David Kent | staff writer Since the creation of Youtube in 2005, the online platform has attracted over a billion users and has brought fame to countless individuals. “I use Youtube most often,” sophomore Madison Muncie said. “I like the acc (More)
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