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Snapchat rolled out a new feature giving users their own AI. Courtesy of Jill Smith

Snapchat MyAI raises questions about technology, trust

Jill Smith May 17, 2023

Last week, many Snapchat users received a new friend on their list called MyAI. MyAI is another accessible AI that anyone can use for a multitude of purposes ranging anywhere from recipes to essay writing. I...

Technology: How things have changed for students in 26 years 

Technology: How things have changed for students in 26 years 

October 25, 2022

KOLTON MATUREY ANTELOPE STAFF In 1996, The Antelope published a research study conducted by three students: Ronnie Reid, Aaron Babcock and Tammy Skrdlant. The research team surveyed students about...

Increased course loads as well as COVID-19 induced anxiety can contribute to student burnout.

Technology is changing the education system

JAKEB LARSON March 4, 2021
Ever since the creation of the internet, technology has grown in all parts of society, including education. Now students carry laptops with them to classes and public schools are starting to provide laptops for students. Students use computers for taking notes, completing assignments and conducting research. The internet is helpful, but it shouldn’t be something students rely on too much.
UNK designed the plan for West Center’s remodel, which is set to begin this spring.

West Center renovation set to create ‘collaborative environment’

HANNAH LOFSHULT March 4, 2021
West Center will get a makeover this spring. A $1 million renovation is in place to turn the nearly century-old building into a destination for students.
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