by: Rishi Rajadhyaksha
A few weeks ago in English class, as my classmates and I considered our assessment of the novel To Kill A Mockingbird, I recalled a conversation I had with a few friends this past summer while on a hike.
One of my friends asked: “Rishi, do you think you are a person of color?”
By: Keegan Wagner
Whenever the topic of social media, and the problems associated with it, is discussed, many may recall how much emphasis was put on “Stranger Danger” when they were first introduced to the internet. People originally thought that the biggest threats were predatory accounts, computer viruses, and scams, and this was drilled into the minds of Millennial and Gen Z kids that grew up with new technologies.
While these concerns are still real and very dangerous, many safety features have been implemented to limit them to a minimum. It is also worth mentioning that most internet users are much more knowledgeable about avoiding scams and viruses than they were in the past.