Onaje McDowelle is a contributing editor and writer for the Daily Dot. His work has appeared in GRAMMY.com, NPR, Austin Monthly Magazine, and more.
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How Georgia’s Senate runoff will affect net neutrality
Bridgefy blew up during the Hong Kong uprising. Should Americans use it, too?
The viral creator and political activist is fed up.
On Oct 16, 2020 by Onaje McDowelle
The trend uses an iconic ballad from 'Twilight.'
'Who steps on turtles!? What a monster.'
On Oct 15, 2020 by Onaje McDowelle
People are now sharing what sacrifices they've made during the pandemic.
The statue has sparked controversy, both online and in real life.
On Oct 14, 2020 by Onaje McDowelle
Viewers don't understand how the two correlate and are dubbing her an 'entitled Karen.'
She appeared to tag a bot account instead.
On Oct 13, 2020 by Onaje McDowelle
We'll take dancing, diaper-clad grown men over forest fires any day.
The university has seen over 1,300 positive tests since March.
On Oct 12, 2020 by Onaje McDowelle
Rumors spread that the security guard was affiliated with antifa.
Some users vowed to boycott the review platform.
On Oct 9, 2020 by Onaje McDowelle
It's being called 'best rap of 2020.'