The Bitterness of Break

In only a few weeks, we will be released from the stress and strain of school as summer break comes hurling towards us. Many of us look forward to the longest break of the year as it allows for months of free time to hang out with friends, start projects that school prevented us from […]

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AI is only here to help

Recently, there has been sudden dissent towards AI on the news and at schools nationwide with the creation of Chat GPT. This raises the question: What exactly is AI? As described by Alyssa Schroer in her article “What Is Artificial Intelligence?,” “[…] artificially intelligent systems can perform tasks commonly associated with human cognitive functions — […]

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The issues with Riseborough’s nomination

Controversies surrounding the Oscars have grown in the last few years. The Academy has dealt with much, mostly warranted, backlash because of the lack of diversity, the disrespect towards Sacheen Littlefeather, and the notorious slap from the previous year’s program. However, this year many are angry about the nominations. Once again, there is a lack […]

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Van Gogh’s Art and Activism

As temperatures rise and cases of extreme weather become more common, conversations on global warming and how to save the planet need to happen. Peaceful protests are ways to start these conversations. However, in some cases, these protests hurt the cause rather than help it.  In October, two women from the protest group Just Stop […]

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