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Artificial intelligence advancements will soon outsmart society

Artificial intelligence advancements will soon outsmart society

Abel Tariku | May 9, 2023

One could say that there has been an artificial intelligence takeover during  the past two years, from the rise of ChatGPT to the resurgence of Snapchat with its brand new AI making it possible to interact...

ChatGPT: Pros and Cons

ChatGPT: Pros and Cons

Connor Blum and Autumn Alvarez | February 21, 2023

The controversial artificial intelligence program, ChatGPT, is changing the world.  When put to the test, ChatGPT can create, answer and solve just about anything. Simply type a few words in its question...

Tattoos are not meant for everyone, but they are meant for me

Tattoos are not meant for everyone, but they are meant for me

Angela Nguyen | December 12, 2022

Knowing that this was my sixth time getting tattooed, I felt close to no pain getting my most recent dragonfly tattoos done. Tattoos are a form of symbolic art that are represented in the form of permanent...

Rate My Professors: How do De Anza instructors feel about it?

Rate My Professors: How do De Anza instructors feel about it?

Angela Nguyen | December 9, 2022

RateMyProfessors.com allows students to anonymously rate a professor out of five based on their difficulty and their overall teacher style. This public site holds ratings and comments of all kinds, ranging...

Roe v. Wade, a Supreme Court case protecting womens right to an abortion, was horrifyingly overturned on June 24, 2022.

Roe v. Wade’s reversal is a devastating attack on human rights

Maida Suta, Opinions Editor | June 24, 2022

When Roe v. Wade was decided upon nearly 50 years ago on January 22, 1973, it single-handedly became one of the most controversial Supreme Court decisions in recent history.  Today, a Supreme Court...

When the pandemic hit, millions of students were abruptly shifted to virtual learning. While some embraced the change, many struggled and felt left behind.

A loss of connection and the downside of online learning

Andrea Infante, Reporter | June 20, 2022

When catching up with former classmates in the fall of 2020, we would talk about remote learning. Hearing about how much they enjoyed it and how it seemingly provided them with the flexibility to complete...

Mural of a tiger monmon cat by artist Horitomo located in The Guadalupe River Trail by Coleman Avenue. A monmon cat represents strength in Asian culture and finds retreat within bamboo trees.

San Jose must preserve its historic murals

Maida Suta, Opinions Editor | June 17, 2022

When visiting downtown San Jose, every other corner is adorned with a mural — people, animals, flowers, landscapes and so much more. Yet as San Jose is embracing its murals and unveiling more as time...

Young influencers have very few laws protecting them and the wealth they help generate.

Child influencers have no child labor regulations. They should.

E.W. Park, Reporter | May 16, 2022

Social media and the internet aren’t a new developing wonder --  they’re here and here to stay. Part of this phenomenon are child influencers: 5-year-olds doing toy reviews, babies smiling on Instagram...

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True crime craze introduces a dangerous kind of celebrity

Aaron Johnson, Reporter | April 25, 2022

The rise of true-crime media has led to an unhealthy obsession over criminals. There has been a huge growth in recent years of true crime content across all media platforms, but people have a hard time...

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Sporting events need to crack down on bigotry

Lianna Vaughan, Reporter | June 16, 2021
To stop bigotry in sports events, attendees should be required to sign waivers and face severe consequences when they do not comply.
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