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  • LETTITOR

    ‘Delicious ambiguity’

    by The Other Press
    by The Other Press

    I recently had to fill out a sheet, outlining my plans and goals for the next two years—two years. I looked down at my next couple years of existence, glossing over birthdays, events, moments of stress and joy, arguments, sweet nothings, and all the rest that makes up the bulk of our lives.

  • FEATURE

    Careful control of caffeine consumption

    by The Other Press
    by The Other Press

    Students are among the most frequent—and at times, excessive—users of caffeine. An average class is full of cups of delicious drinks providing students the energy they need to get through the day, no matter what time it is. Caffeinated beverages are even more prevalent during the winter months now, as a new semester begins.

  • FEATURE

    Code red

    by The Other Press
    by The Other Press

    “The development of full artificial intelligence could spell the end of the human race. Once humans develop artificial intelligence, it would take off on its own and redesign itself at an ever increasing rate. Humans, who are limited by slow biological evolution, couldn’t compete, and would be superseded.”

  • Pace yourself. For those who are working and going to school, taking a break periodically at the start of the year can do wonders. Let’s be honest, the holiday season is not as relaxing as you would have wanted it to be. In fact, some might say that running around, buying gifts, attending parties, and mingling with old friends and familiar relatives is as stressful as a communications project.