The Washburn Review

How social media affects mental health

November 29, 2018

Over the recent decades, there has been a developing concern about the connection between social media and developing psychological wellness issues. With social media being the main platform that individuals use to communicate th...

Android children’s apps are tracking locations

Emily Unruh

April 17, 2018

Mark Zuckerberg testified before congressional committees last week; the Cambridge Analytica scandal continues to shake the tech world and has users in an uproar. However, a new tech giant has most recently been pulled into the ...

Data breach may connect to 2016 election

Randi Dofat

March 26, 2018

It has been revealed that the company Cambridge Analytica swayed voters into choosing Donald Trump for the 2016 elections by using Facebook and Mercer-allied conservative groups.Cambridge Analytica is a British political cons...

Opinion: Social Media Activism

Emily Unruh

March 13, 2018

After the Parkland shooting, social media blew up with messages of both support and anger at the tragedy that occurred. The hashtag #NeverAgain became a sensation on Twitter, and new accounts popped up advertising the March for our L...

Movie Adaptions and Social Media Opinion

Whitney Clum

March 3, 2018

Other than the whole struggling with tuition payments thing, I have at least two things in common with every other college student: I check up on my social media accounts regularly and I like movies. Revolutionary, I know. The th...

Popular social media app Vine discontinued by Twitter (old)

Andrew Shermoen

October 31, 2016

The famous social network service Twitter announced last Thursday, Oct. 27 that it would be discontinuing popular video sharing app Vine. The announcement came as a shock to both fans and content creators alike responding quick...