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Traditional media must be upheld in the battle of misinformation

La Voz Editorial Board | May 11, 2024

The rise of “fake news” has caused fears and concerns to permeate the realm of discourse, politics and culture for years now. Deliberate and malevolent misinformation has become a common practice online...

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#BallGate and the toxicity of stan culture

Maida Suta, Reporter | September 29, 2021

With the rise of social media fostering a safe place for people to come together over their joined interests, it has also propagated stan culture, the intensely toxic and ugly amalgamation of unhealthy...

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Features of Influencing

Taylor Park, Staff Reporter | March 28, 2020

In our society social media is becoming increasingly more essential to everyone’s lives whether it be through Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, Facebook, LinkedIn and even Snapchat. With social media slowly...

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Let’s be nice!

Oscar Frias-Rivera, Staff Reporter | March 27, 2020

Advancement of technology has led to easy access to the internet and social media for everyone, which has led to a growing number of cyberbullying cases. According to Kit Smith, marketing writer at...


“Lights Up”: an absolute hit that blends Latin sound with rock influences.

Gabriel Barrenechea, Sports Editor | October 26, 2019

“Lights Up,” Harry Styles’ first single since his self titled album “Harry Styles,” is an absolute hit that blends Latin sound with rock influences. According to fans on Twitter, this song...

Trumps military tweets degrade presidential office

Trump’s military tweets degrade presidential office

Rebecca Arnone, Staff Reporter | April 26, 2018
While President Donald Trump’s social media presence is informative, he should not use Twitter to command our military.   Trump has used Twitter to announce the “fake news awards,” to promote his favorite Fox News shows like “Justice with Judge Jeanine” and “Fox and Friends” and to announce military strikes in Syria. Pronouncing military strategy in the same manner as his demagoguery diminishes the importance of such an announcement.
Twitter, effective protest tool in Venezuela

Twitter, effective protest tool in Venezuela

Rika Kumar, Features Editor | March 4, 2014

Twitter and other social networking sites are the best way for young people to organize protests and demonstrations, giving them the right to be furious when the government attempts to silence this voice. The...

Facebook out, Tumblr and Twitter new go to

Hina Ahmed | February 18, 2014

Several weeks ago, Facebook turned 10 and, like MySpace, it is growing too old for the Internet. Facebook has been forced out of the spotlight by the new popular go-tos, Twitter and Tumblr. Facebook...

Coca-cola commercial draws fire

Coca-cola commercial draws fire

Mark Aquino | February 18, 2014

A new trend is sweeping across Twitter in a brave effort to boycott Coca-Cola products. The recent Coca-Cola commercial, aired during the Super Bowl XLVIII, portrayed a range of Americans with differing...

SMH @ Twitter lingo, LOL

Leticia Castro, Staff Writer | November 18, 2013

Twitter is capable of many things. But is it destined to be the downfall of the English language as we know it? Twitter is becoming an essential communications tool, and thanks in part to the Millennial Generation’s...

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