NEWS

Bursting the bubble

Those who surround themselves with like-minded people, both in person and online, sometimes believe the ideas expressed in their circles reflect the opinions of the world.


NEWS

Producing personhood

Though artificial intelligence cannot yet match the human mind in many ways, further advancement could force us to decide what separates mankind from machines.


NEWS

No escape

Though Kasey Burchett would prefer living without modern technologies like her phone and social media, that doesn’t seem to be an option in modern society.



NEWS

Nameless and shameless

Nearly 40 percent of internet users have experienced online harassment in some way. Half of those didn’t know the true identity of the perpetrator.


NEWS

Self-worth by the numbers

Logan Dawson’s parents made Facebook profiles for one reason: They wanted to keep up with him while he studied abroad in Ireland after his first year of college.


NEWS

Virtual support

Social media creates a new kind of community, allowing individuals to connect with like-minded people and share their thoughts or feelings with others.



LIFESTYLE

A digital life

Changes in communication bring opportunities that have never existed before, but sometimes, being connected comes with consequences.


LIFESTYLE

Lost in translation

Emojis and text language have become a huge part of how we communicate, but there are still plenty of opportunities for misinterpretation.







This Week's Digital Issue