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Anyone Can Cook

Elise Unterseher, Art and Community Writer April 5, 2021

Any college student who has the responsibility of cooking for themselves knows the internal debate over having another bowl of buttered noodles, a frozen pizza, or simply ordering take-out. Half the...

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Privacy Concerning the Silhouette Challenge on TikTok

Sarah Larson, Art and Community Writer February 8, 2021

With the rising popularity of TikTok since it first started to gain notoriety in 2018, it is not surprising that many different creators on the platform have come up with many fun and entertaining...

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Tik Tok being used to spread false information about rape studies

Brooke Kruger, Opinion Writer January 18, 2021

A recent tik tok posted by a content creator spoke about her interpretation of a rape study conducted at the University of North Dakota. The tik tok user claimed that one-third of men on the UND...

TikTok and the Music Industry

TikTok and the Music Industry

Sarah Larson, Arts and Community writer November 23, 2020

The other day I was scrolling through TikTok when I came across a video of someone pointing out that there was an anime opening at number seven on the United States Viral 50 charts on Spotify. Now, this...

Hawaii: Part II Album Review

Hawaii: Part II Album Review

Sarah Larson, Arts and Community Writer November 9, 2020

During the beginning of quarantine in March, I had discovered an album through TikTok called “Hawaii: Part II” and listened to it non-stop, so I thought it would be fun to revisit the album...

TikTok Ban: What we Know so Far

TikTok Ban: What we Know so Far

Sarah Larson, Arts and Community Writer October 5, 2020

On August 6 of this year, President Trump issued an executive order to have the popular social media app, TikTok, banned in the United States unless it was purchased by an American owned company....

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