The Rampage Online

Twitch > YouTube

Twitch > YouTube

Story By: Kellie Clark, Reporter

March 29, 2019


Filed under Opinion

In today's age, jobs are offered both in person and online. Most students tend to go the online route because it is more relaxed and works really well with their schedule unlike most jobs. Some of the top online opportunities that the internet has to offer are YouTube, a video uploading site that allows...

Pro/Con: F#$%k Social Media

Story By: Peter Lopez, Entertainment Editor

March 29, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Pro/Con Debates

F##k social media. F##k our phones. And f##k the opinions and justification of others. It’s time to take our lives back and appreciate our own personal worth. According to the Pew Research Center, with regard to personal identity issues, “self-promotion . . . propaganda and pressures to conform...

John McCain, and the Failures of the Death Discourse Online

John McCain, and the Failures of the Death Discourse Online

Story By: Tommy Tribble, Editor-in-Chief

August 29, 2018


Filed under Opinion

John McCain passed away in his home from complications of brain cancer, the New York Times reported on Thursday, Aug. 24. He was 81. That McCain was a POW, a war hero, and a politician with a reputation for integrity and non partisanship doesn’t really need to be said. That this reputation was largely...

Table Takes #07: #PlaneBae and the Plane Crash of Social Media feat. Paulina

Table Takes #07: #PlaneBae and the Plane Crash of Social Media feat. Paulina

Story By: Tommy Tribble and Ram Reyes

July 9, 2018


Filed under Podcast

This week's episode is equal parts social media autopsy and absolute disaster when Tommy lets Ram pick the topics this week. We're talking the controversy surrounding #planebae and the concept of making a social media moment out of unwilling participants, the dangers of the discourse, the need to...

The Case for Regulating Facebook

The Case for Regulating Facebook

Story By: Editorial Board

April 17, 2018


Filed under Editorials

On April 10 and 11, Mark Zuckerberg stood before a congressional panel and testified on behalf of his company Facebook, the social media giant. The stakes of the hearing were high. What Zuckerberg said here would determine Facebook’s future, and decide just how much or how little the federal government ...

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