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With concerns about privacy violations on the rise, some lawmakers are calling to limit — or even ban — TikTok on government devices.

TikTok Trepidation

Lucy Marek, Staff Writer
February 3, 2023
In a matter of weeks, Alix Earle gained a following of millions by posting simple beauty and lifestyle videos.

The Ticking Clock of TikTok Fame

Isadora Blatt, Editor-in-Chief
February 2, 2023
Many Wordle players have starting words that they use for the daily puzzle. Here are some common ones that Bishopians use.

Around the World-le

Shirley Xu, Copy Editor
April 25, 2022
Social media has offered an inside look into the Beijing Winter Olympics.

Virtual Village

Clare Malhotra, Editor-in-Chief
February 28, 2022
Many trends that originated on TikTok are directly replicated on Reels. For example, here, the creator starts with the camera in front of their face, then turns to the side to reveal them lip syncing behind their hand, admitting that they are “singing along if…” as the caption reads.

Tiktok: The Real Reels

Isadora Blatt, Editor-in-Chief
May 23, 2021

The Manny Flag was, for a time, featured in a potion demanding that it be changed to the new version of the American Flag. Though the petition has since been revealed to be fake, it gained extraordinary traction, garnering nearly one million signatures.

The Manny Will Not Be Televised

Daniel White, Former Editor-in-Chief
August 18, 2020
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