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Ban or Embrace? Colleges Wrestle With A.I.-Generated Admissions Essays.

Rick Clark, the executive director of undergraduate admission at the Georgia Institute of Technology, and his staff spent weeks this summer pretending to be high school students using A.I. chatbots […]










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Discharging Student Loans in Bankruptcy Show Mixed Results

Alista Lineburg is not a lawyer, but she assumed the role when she couldn’t find one to help her discharge $146,000 of federal student debt in bankruptcy. The process requires […]







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Indiana Tests if the Heartland Can Transform Into a Chip Hub

Over the past 14 months, Indiana began converting 10,000 acres of corn and bean fields into an innovation park. State leaders met with the chief executives of semiconductor giants in […]




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Texas TikTok Ban Challenged for Threatening ‘Academic Freedom’

A ban of TikTok on state devices and networks in Texas was challenged by First Amendment lawyers on Thursday, who said that the law violated the Constitution by limiting research […]










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U.S. Semiconductor Boom Faces a Worker Shortage

Maxon Wille, an 18-year-old in Surprise, Ariz., was driving toward Interstate 17 last year when he noticed a massive construction site: Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company at work on its new […]