Are your news sources diverse? How do you encounter viewpoints different from your own? Can you listen and try to understand the other side?
If the answer is no, you may be in a filter bubble!
College is a time when you will be exposed to other points of views, to engage with challenging or uncomfortable information, and to expose yourself to diverse voices as outlined by LMU.
"You can't have a good democracy without a good flow of information." -Eli Pariser, The Filter Bubble
Definition: Confirmation bias is the phenomenon that you are more likely to accept information that you already agree with or are prone to agree with. When your searching only pulls up information that you agree with or are expecting, you will be satisfied and not notice that you may not be getting the full picture (via Humboldt State Guide)