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Chat GPT is a threat to Informed Society 

Nash Trumbly reporter  Artificial Intelligence has long been a popular topic for the tech industry and sci-fi fanatics alike. Some hail AI technology as the solution to some of life’s greatest questions, and others believe it will be the downfall of human society. What was once a futuristic dream is …

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Are beauty pageants worth it? 

Himika Akram reporter  I have grown up seeing the craze for the beauty pageant winners in my sub-continent, their rise to stardom (mostly in showbiz) and fan followings. Such as Miss Worlds and Miss Universes such as Aishwariya Roy, Priyanka Chopra, Sushmita Sen, Lara Dutta, Yukta Mookhey and so on. …

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Fresno Night-Walkers: friend or foe? 

Curtis Meyer reporter  Today I would like to bring to your attention a most peculiar creature, one that is shrouded in mystery, and has unknown intentions. The Fresno Night-Walkers were first seen by the modern world when a man’s security camera caught footage of the creatures as they walked across …

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Softball splits spring break play 3-3  

Freshman outfielder Heather Arnett goes to throw the ball infield after catching a fly ball. She recorded three hits from eight total at bats during the doubleheader against Rockhurst University. Megan Brownell Megan Brownell photojournalist  Over the course of spring break, Gorilla softball played a total of six games. They …

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Baseball goes 6-1 over spring break  

Connor Allen, sophomore catcher, goes to throw the ball back to the pitcher during mid-inning warm ups. Allen finished the game with no errors. Megan Brownell Megan Brownell photojournalist  Through spring break this past week, Gorilla baseball played three conference foes, first in a three game series against Northwest Missouri …

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Women’s Basketball has memorable season 

Curtis Meyer, reporter  Pitt State Women’s Basketball wrapped up the season last week, falling to Missouri Southern in the second round of the NCAA regionals. Going 23-8 on the season, and 17-5 in conference play, the Gorillas had a productive season after being ranked eighth in the MIAA conference in …

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Rotten Bananas, Champion 

Himika Akram reporter  I had low expectations from the director Bobby Farrelly’s movie “Champions” because of the overboard edgy comedy quotient in his movies. Such as “There’s Something About Mary” or “Kingpin.” And this movie too, was not an exception. But without that, this movie is worth watching because of …

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Girl A, book review  

Alyssa Tyler editor in chief  Over spring break, I was blessed to have enough time to myself to be able to read multiple books. During this time, my favorite book that I read was Girl A, by Abigail Dean. This novel followed the lives of seven siblings after they were …

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Men’s track takes home second national title  

Alyssa Tyler editor in chief  The Gorillas took home their second national title in two years at the NCAA Division II Indoor Track & Field National Championship.  Pitt State gathered 86 points to win the title. Second place was given to Adams State, with 42. Then Grand Valley State clinched …

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