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Is AI the Future?

Computer Science has been there for over a century at this point, and it’s fascinating to see its growing changes over time. However, very recently, AI has been making an increasingly popular trend. Today, whether you agree or not, we depend on AI. You may be thinking… how? Well, take your GPS for example when […]

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Molnupiravir: miracle pill?

by Sanjana Bajaj In the fight against the COVID-19 virus, a new drug has been introduced to significantly mitigate the disease’s effects. Named after Thor’s hammer, Mjölnir, the drug molnupiravir could be a powerful tool for reducing the risk of hospitalization and death among coronavirus patients. Here’s what you need to know about how the pill works, and […]

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China’s Crackdown on video games

by Aditi Swaminathan A new policy, effective September 1, was passed in China to restrict minors from gaming during the school week, with the exception of an hour on Fridays, weekends, and holidays. There were already guidelines in place, stating gaming time allotments and ages, but this newly passed law takes the gaming prohibitions to […]

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A Tribute to 700,000 Deaths

By Michelle Pan As October of 2021 comes to a close, we are rapidly approaching the two-year mark since the coronavirus pandemic began. This month, the United States reached another record-breaking milestone–700,000 deaths, more than seven times what former President Donald Trump had predicted and expected to be the maximum number possible. Shockingly, this staggering […]

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Apple’s new lineup

by Joshua Yang Every year or so, around November and October, Apple announces a new set of certain apple products, including iPads or iMacs. However, perhaps one of the most anticipated products is the iPhone.  On October 17th of this year, Apple announced the new lineup of the iPhone 13. Like last year, Apple released […]

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