Algorithms and anemoia: Crafting your media experience in the digital age

Algorithms and anemoia: Crafting your media experience in the digital age

Faysal Al-Zand, Opinion Columnist August 31, 2023

‘Anemoia’ is a term coined by John Koenig, which refers to a feeling of nostalgia for a time or a place one has never known. A prevalent trend in the internet generation involves a romanticization...

Opinion: The future filled with AI’s work

Opinion: The future filled with AI’s work

A look into the ethics of the artwork and deepfakes being created online, thanks to AI
Parker Parent, Arts & Entertainment Reporter April 13, 2023

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a new technology that has rapidly advanced in recent years. While ChatGPT, an AI program that writes text based on prompts inputted by the user, has been foregrounded in...

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Blink and you’ll miss it: The future of technology

Aaron Delwiche November 21, 2019
Predictions for the next decade of innovations
Presence is a program that is intended to help student organizations become more involved with their audiences on campus. The program collects information from Tiger Cards to help organizations learn more about the people attending their events. Photo by Kathleen Creedon, news editor.

Organizations check in with Presence

Cathy Terrace January 17, 2018

Student organizations now have access to register potential and current members on a new software system known as Presence, Presence, a program intended to help students manage their organizations more...

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The future of autonomous cars

Mark Lewis November 30, 2017

This last May, a think tank called RethinkX, headed by Stanford University professor Tony Seba, put out a report with some rather remarkable predictions. They predicted that over the next decade, oil prices...

While sports reporter Elise Hester considers the baseball boys to be her friends, she also enjoys teaching them a lesson. illustration by Andrea Nebhut

An ideally tech-free holiday

Manfred Wendt November 30, 2017

As 2017 comes to an end, we once again find ourselves further more invested in our precious technology than anything else. We find ourselves asking again and again who is really in charge, the machines...

photo by Amani Canada

Who needs electric cars?

Mark Lewis November 1, 2017

In my last piece I looked at the history and current state of electric cars. 2017 is the year when they have the ability to go mainstream with ranges around 300 miles that cost less than $50,000. I also...

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Absorbing experience, modern distraction

Gabriel Levine October 5, 2017

In his book "Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind," acclaimed Israeli historian Yuval Noah Harari asserts that the agricultural revolution didn't so much give humans mastery of plants as much as those...

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The complicated rise of the electric car: part one

Mark Lewis September 25, 2017

Odds are good that when you hear the word "˜car,' the image that pops into your mind today has an internal combustion motor that burns gasoline. This hasn't always been the case, though. In the early...

James Bradley is the new chief information officer. Photo by Chloe Sonnier

James Bradley named Trinity’s first Chief Information Officer

Kendra Derrig September 12, 2017

James Bradley became Trinity University's first chief information officer (CIO) on Aug. 28, ending a national search led by Danny Anderson, president of the university. "I've only been here two weeks,...

The new Tiger Learning Commons opened this fall semester. Photos by Amani Canada

Tiger Learning Commons opens in Coates library

Kendra Derrig August 30, 2017

Correction: Jenny Rowe was incorrectly identified as Jenny Lowe. On Aug. 28, the Tiger Learning Commons (TLC) officially opened on the third floor of the Elizabeth Huth Coates Library, combining the...

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