@HelloLaneMoore on Ponytails, Modern Dating, and Specificity

Ian Charles Garner (@sweatpantspapi) on Using Twitter Not as a Stage But as a Bullhorn

Jackie Jennings (@ohhijackie) on Politics, Toilets, Death, and Time

@Rawiya Kameir on Cultural Specificity and Hating Twitter

@YungInstitution on Sexuality, Caffeine, and ‘Law & Order’

@CarinaHsieh on Engagement Tests and Barnes & Noble Flashbacks

Mariah Smith (@mRiah) on Twitter and the Social Circles of Celebrities

Joshua Jennifer Espinoza (@sadqueer4life) on Tweets, Poems, and “Me: / Also Me:”

@NateVarrone on Tomi Lahren and Tweeting Before Bed

Biniam Bizuneh (@biniambiz) on Erratic Behavior and Radical Honesty

Shantira Jackson (@tira_son) on Babies, Grandparents, and Trolls

Talking with Cheerleader to the Revolution @JesTom

@Jodecicry on Navigating Academia While Black and Finding a Community Online

Mary Boo Anderson (@whoismaryboo) Finds Power in Talking About Sensitive Subjects

Alex West (@post_prufrock) on the Freedom to be Genuine on Twitter

Hassan S. Ali (@Hassanisms) on Millennials and Positivity

Lily Du (@LilyD) on Death and Dragging Out Jokes

@Erica_Rosie on Boredom, Hyperactivity, and Misinterpreted Jokes

Shaliek Jenkins (@hateshaliek) on Editing Videos and Going to the Internet

Celeste Yim (@celestrogen) on Activism and Bits