April 12, 2021
During the pandemic and the stay at home order, many teens took to social media to fill the gap in their lives, including Junior Emily Jacoby.
“We can’t really do much in person with people,” Jacoby said. “So we feel like we have to kind of escape on Instagram or TikTok.”
Junior Kennedy Grogan said that she had seen different viewpoints on the pandemic through social media.
“It was just kind of frustrating to me that people didn’t believe that the [pandemic] was actually happening or they’re trying to blame certain people,” Grogan said.