s and teens may appear dazzlingly fluent, flitting among social-media sites, uploading selfies and texting friends. But they’re often clueless about evaluating the accuracy and trustworthiness of what they find. Some 82% of middle-collegeers couldn’t distinguish between an ad labeled
Kelly Ripa, Andy Cohen and Gabrielle Union are all in the spirit.
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More comfortable online than out partying, post-Millennials are safer, physically, than cents have ever been. But they’re on the brink of a mental-health crisis.
Teens and twentysomethings with large Twitter followings are making thousands each month by selling retweets, multiple users who engage in the practice told BuzzFeed News. The practice is known as “tweetdecking,” so named because those involved form secret Tweetdeck groups, which they call “decks
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See, I don’t think the rap/ drugs thing is a coincidence- I’m in high college, where rap is HUGE, and the lyrics all talk about how good drugs feel and the happiness of being high.
Today Donald Trump announced he was running for president. In honour of Trump’s (very) slim chance of become the most powerful man in …
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