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ChatGPT’s ‘reporting’ on the future of AI in journalism

ChatGPT and Viola Flowers November 19, 2023
Write me a 1,000 word news article about artificial intelligence in the journalism industry.
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An AI generated artwork depicting a fascist robot leader in front of an angry crowd of protestors. BRITTNEY DIETZ/THE STATESMAN

Can AI lead to the spread of fascist agendas?

Aloki Pandya November 19, 2023
Artificial intelligence (AI) has quickly become a prolific aspect of modern daily life, from AI learning tools like ChatGPT and Grammarly to embedded AI features in Google and Snapchat. As AI’s utilization becomes increasingly widespread, discussions should be held surrounding the implications of using such tools.
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Former head coach Chuck Priore waits in the tunnel with his team before its season finale against Albany on Saturday, Nov. 11. Priore was fired from his job on Monday morning. TIM GIORLANDO/THE STATESMAN

Chuck Priore out as Stony Brook’s head coach

Mike Anderson November 13, 2023
A press release sent out by Stony Brook Athletics has confirmed the firing of long-time head coach Chuck Priore. After the worst two seasons in Stony Brook football history, Director of Athletics Shawn Heilbron has made the decision to move on from Priore.
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Copy Chief Skylar Sena passionately displays her love for spicy literature. Smut captivates readers with stories like no other. TIM GIORLANDO/THE STATESMAN

Hockey smut and the search for sexual literacy

Skylar Sena March 26, 2023
So why does smut get this type of global internet attention? Because they’re the books that are written for women, by women.
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The 1975 revisit their musical roots in new album “Being Funny in a Foreign Language”

Skylar Sena October 18, 2022
Fans of The 1975 — myself included — were pleased with the nostalgic sound and tone of “Being Funny” and felt it was a return to the sound they know and love from Healy and the band.
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Nostalgia: tricking our memories and media

Skylar Sena September 30, 2022
#OPINION: CM Punk’s berating of his colleagues and backstage political strife got me thinking — given his history of conflict and displeasure in his former company, why bring Punk back to the squared circle in the first place? The answer is simple: nostalgia.
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Behind the curtain: the struggles of the women outside the wrestling ring

Skylar Sena July 31, 2022
Despite the vital role of women in the wrestling industry who aren’t taking bumps on the mat, they hardly receive the respect they deserve, simply because of their female presence in a fiercely un-female arena.
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The role of music in movies

Skylar Sena March 28, 2022
Music and movies will always intertwine. The intermingling of the two creates cinematic powerhouses, and propels each component far beyond the expectations of those in the writer’s room or in the movie theater.
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Popular Library paperback cover for Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. JOSHUA DAVID BERGEY/CC BY-SA 4.0

The ugly representation of sexy women in TV – thanks, but no thanks

Skylar Sena March 6, 2022
Whether it be Marilyn Monroe in “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes” or Margot Robbie in “The Wolf of Wall Street,” women’s bodies have been used as pawns for both the men in the movies and the audiences drooling over their popcorn.
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“Jeen-yuhs”: Kanye West and the reality of unmedicated heartbreak

Skylar Sena February 28, 2022
Following an ugly divorce from Kim Kardashian — characterized by petty house purchases, “Skete” Davidson and the muse from “Uncut Gems” — the rapper-turned-fashion designer has created quite a stir on the platform. 
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The Statesman’s Valentine’s Day playlist

The Statesman’s Valentine’s Day playlist

Skylar Sena February 14, 2022
What better way to celebrate than with some love-inspired lyrics? Here are some of the top songs to play this Valentine’s Day, whether the lovebug has bitten you or not. 
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Ceramic Santa figurine.  Nikos Koutoulas /  FLICKR VIA CC BY-SA 2.0

“Santa Tell Me…” is Christmas music really good?

Skylar Sena December 6, 2021
Whether you believe Michael Bublé should start defrosting before or after the turkey, there’s one important question that needs to be answered: is Christmas music actually good? 
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