Recently, the use of artificial intelligence systems such as ChatGPT and Midjourney has skyrocketed. Since many ASU students selected and started their degree programs before this significant rise in technology, they are left to ponder the implications of AI’s potential future impact on their chosen fields.
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For students with religious dietary restrictions living on ASU’s smaller, metro Phoenix campuses, navigating dining halls presents an insurmountable challenge.
The "women in STEM" movement is not as innocuous as it seems.
Security threats across ASU's four campuses have left students feeling unsafe, both around campus and within their own residence halls. The fact that these events even came close to transpiring shows there are major deficiencies in ASU's housing security that must be addressed in order to keep students safe.
Across the nation, universities are banning the immensely popular social media platform TikTok from school-operated Wi-Fi networks and devices. The short-form video-sharing app, owned by Chinese company ByteDance, has been under intense scrutiny for supposed cybersecurity breaches.
Drag performances have been heralded as a hallmark of queer culture for decades, bringing people together. Used as a vessel for social justice, advocacy or entertainment, the art form is diverse and ever-growing. As drag has acquired more mainstream attention, though, it has also acquired more critics.
Every day, Jewish students across the nation have to grapple with the possibility that being openly Jewish could negatively impact their safety. At ASU, this is no exception.