AI has taken the internet by storm since its rise in popularity nearly a year ago, from generating images to writing essays in seconds. Today, AI seems to be embraced to a certain degree at Seton Hall, by being aware of some of its pros but also being aware of its cons.
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As COVID cases start to slowly increase and new variants continue to emerge, the FDA has approved a new COVID-19 vaccine that will arrive just in time for seasonal flu shots, according to a New York Times article. The article said the FDA and other federal officials have preferred to refer to this new booster shot as “an annual immunization effort akin to the flu vaccine.”
“Nicky Blue.” That was the nickname given by loved ones to the Seton Hall undergraduate student who died on March 16, just six days after his 20th birthday.
Hundreds of students from across the country attended Seton Hall’s undergraduate open house event on Feb. 19, according to the senior vice president of enrollment management.
“Angry,” “disgusting,” and “frustrating.”