Day thirty-something of quarantine and the severity of the pandemic is really sinking in--we switch on the news, and they’re talking about the Coronavirus, we say good morning to our family and suddenly we’re talking about the Coronavirus. There’s no escape and everything seems gloomy, however, in these dark times there’s still some very amusing light.
This decade has been full of change internationally, from the legalization of LGBT marriage in the US to New Zealand’s revolutionary gun laws. However, one consistency the decade has kept is its wonderful memes that kept us laughing through thick and thin.
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 generation z and the baby boomers have, which are highlighted by the media.
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 likes.
by Lauren Loveless | Staff writer The new year has arrived and resolutions are being put into action; everyone claims that 2019 is going to be their year… But, let’s be honest. We’re never going to stop bing...