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Can We Make Fashion Truly Sustainable?
The future of sustainable fashion is exciting. But the most responsible thing anyone can do is not buy new clothes, says our teenage correspondent.
By Julia Morgan-CanalesAug 20, 2021
Is Recruiting Teenage Influencers to Promote Vaccines a Good Idea?
As a teen in high school myself, I can say with confidence that people like me probably shouldn’t be entrusted to inform the masses during a global pandemic.
By Julia Morgan-CanalesAug 6, 2021
Gen Z: Get Off Tik Tok and into the Streets
It’s easy to get lost in the world of social media, where posting is easy and dramatic statistics gain millions of likes, but the urgency of the climate crisis must force all of us to find more creative and challenging ways to save our planet.
By Julia Morgan-CanalesJul 30, 2021
The Confusing World of Gen-Z Twitch Politics
The gaming and Esports social platform is entering the field of politics. Gen-Z gamers with huge followings are now savvy pundits. Amazon owns the company and its influence remains to be seen. Keep an eye on Twitch.
By Julia Morgan-CanalesJun 29, 2021
What A 16-Year-Old Took Away From Techonomy Virtual: Reset + Restore
For this teen, Techonomy Virtual made the tech world more tangible and concrete and demonstrated how imperative technology is, and is going to be, for solving world issues efficiently in the future.
By Julia Morgan-CanalesAug 5, 2020
Tech Companies Must Drop ICE: A High School Activist’s Opinion
Tech companies must be accountable for what their tech is used for. There must be a higher standard of ethics and regulations in the tech industry.
By Julia Morgan-CanalesJul 23, 2020
How We Teens Used TikTok to Prank the Trump Rally
Teens on TikTok last week played a major prank on the Trump campaign in classic Gen-Z fashion. The goal was to fool the Trump campaign about how many people wanted to attend, so in the end, seats would be empty. Here's what happened.
By Julia Morgan-CanalesJun 23, 2020
A 16-Year-Old’s View: How Social Media is Changing 21st-Century Civil Rights
Protests are now organized, debated, and reported on Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, and Facebook, among others. Our 16-year-old intern on social media and the current moment.
By Julia Morgan-CanalesJun 16, 2020
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