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How AI will change education

How AI will change education

(Photo courtesy of iGuestPost). “Typewriter with sheet of paper that says ‘Artifical Intelligence’.” Lydia Robert Connector Staff In recent years, the phrases “AI” and “Chat GPT” have instilled fear in Americans, and advancements in AI have brought up the famous question: Will robots take over? Realistically, there are current limitations on AI and computing systems

Coffe and Cotton employees go on strike at Mill No. 5

(Photo courtesy of Steven O’Hara). “Coffe and Cotton employees striking outside of Mill No.5.” Eric Schultz, Lydia Robert and Connor Malito Connector Contributors On October 4th, Coffee and Cotton employees walked out to protest the working conditions and managerial mistreatment. For the residents of Lowell and surrounding towns, Coffee and Cotton is a beloved establishment

Laws restricting book bans are on the rise

(Photo courtesy of DIANEREHM). “Protestor holding ‘Stop Banning Books’ sign.” Lydia Robert Connector Staff Bans against book bans had begun with Illinois and California passing laws restricting the banning of books. On Monday, June 12, Governor Pritzker of Illinois signed a bill that made Illinois the first state to ban book bans and protect the

Assassination on Canadian soil creates high tension between Canada and India

(Photo courtesy of “Canadian and Indian flags.” Lydia Robert Connector Contributor On June 18, Canadian citizen and Sikh activist, Hardeep Singh Nijjar was shot outside the Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara temple in British Columbia, Canada. The two gunmen responsible for Nijjar’s death have yet to be identified according to Canadian police. In India, Nijjar

Gentrification is on the rise in Lowell

(Photo courtesy of Edge Merrimack River) “Large and brand new apartment buildings effect gentrification heavily.” Lydia Robert Connector Contributor Since the urban sprawl of the 1960s, city developers have been attracting Americans back to cities by changing the character of old and blight-ridden city streets. The shiny new storefronts and chic coffee spots attract more