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Fortnite Guide
If you haven’t heard of Fortnite yet, you will. The game took the gaming world by storm. So why do teens like it so much? Should you be worried if they’re playing it all the time? Are there parental controls? How can you talk to them about it? And most importantly, how is a free game costing you so much money?! All this and much more in this guide.
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The Anxiety of Gen Z | January 31, 2020

Three Things This Week 1. Streaming Wars What it is: While Netflix, Hulu, HBO, Disney, CBS, Amazon, Santa, and everyone else battle for our streaming dollars…

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Vol. 5 Issue 52 | December 27, 2019

One Thing This Week From all of us at Axis, we hope you had a wonderful Christmas. As 2019 comes to a close, we’re looking back…

Vol. 5 Issue 50 | December 13, 2019

Three Things This Week 1. Year in Swipe What it is: Tinder released their annual stats report, revealing that Gen Z (defined as 18- to 24-year-olds)…

Vol. 5 Issue 45 | November 8, 2019

Three Things This Week 1. No, I’m An Influencer! What it is:A new survey by Morning Consult found that 86% of Americans aged 13 to 38…

How to Overcome Social Media FOMO
How to Overcome Social Media FOMO

What is teen FOMO and how can we help our kids to escape the black hole that is social media? We’ll cover the what and the how on FOMO.

Vol. 5 Issue 43 | October 25, 2019

Three Things This Week 1. The false alarms that get kids arrested What it is:Social media posts have become an early-alert system for state officials and…

Vol. 5 Issue 42 | October 18, 2019

Three Things This Week 1. Fortnite: “The End” was just the beginning. What it is: Earlier this week, Fortnite brought its two-year storyline, “Chapter One” to…

Vol. 5 Issue 34 | August 23, 2019

Three Things This Week 1. Ghosted What it is: MTV’s hyping its new show Ghosted: Love Gone Missing ahead of its Sept. 10 premiere, but the…

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