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A picture of Amelia Earhart and the sonar image released by Deep Sea Vision side by side. (Deep Sea Vision/Getty Images)
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Sonar image may help solve Amelia Earhart mystery
Srihansika Komanapalli, Reporter • February 26, 2024
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Margrethe Vestager, Executive Vice-President of the European Commission for a Europe fit for the Digital Age, explains EUs strategy on AI.
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Europe becomes first continent to set rules limiting use of AI
Srihansika Komanapalli, Knight News Reporter • December 19, 2023
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Delegates pictured at the conference, with Dr. Sultan Al Jaber, (front row, center) the COP 28 president. COP 28 has a record number of delegates, making it one of the largest COPs in United Nations history. The U.N. has also published a list of speakers at the conference (DA News).
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UN's latest fight against climate change: COP 28
Ruchira Prasad, Reporter • December 14, 2023
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Platforms, such as Soundraw or Boomy, enable users to create music using AI. Some AI technologies include an image-to-music feature, where users can upload media of their choice, and the AI will create music inspired by the image (Production Music Live).
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Technology vs. Creative Expression: AI enters the music industry
Ruchira Prasad, Reporter • December 5, 2023
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Harshini Dhanasekar’s piece, titled “Disheveled,” revolves around the beauty in imperfection. Dhanasekar hopes the piece allows viewers to embrace their flaws and recognize where true beauty lies.
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IHS art program advances to VASE state
Ruchira Prasad, Reporter

As students explore their passions for artistic fields, the Visual Arts Scholastic Event (VASE) is providing students with the opportunity to showcase their artwork across the community. On Feb. 24,...

IHS senior pursues passion for space at Cornell
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IHS senior pursues passion for space at Cornell
Srihansika Komanapalli

From dressing up as a rocket scientist in elementary school to dreaming of working in space exploration, Deepti Kousik, IHS senior, is pursuing Cornell University’s Mechanical Engineering degree in hopes...

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A poster above Ms.Englands room celebrate Hans Day.
Junior scores perfect 1600 on SAT
Ibrahim Ali, Reporter • March 5, 2024

Every year, nearly 2 million students in America and across the globe take the SAT, the world’s most widely used test for college admissions. The students who strive for the highest level of success on the test are all...

IHS senior pursues passion for space at Cornell
IHS senior pursues passion for space at Cornell
Srihansika Komanapalli • March 1, 2024

From dressing up as a rocket scientist in elementary school to dreaming of working in space exploration, Deepti Kousik, IHS senior, is pursuing Cornell University’s Mechanical Engineering degree in hopes of working for...

FASCA members teaching residents at the Highland Springs Senior Living Community how to use chopsticks and other aspects of Taiwanese culture at their Chinese New Year celebration on Feb. 17, 2024 (Isabella Feng).
Organization preserves Taiwanese culture in the DFW area
Ruchira Prasad, Reporter • February 26, 2024

From the Mid-Autumn festival celebrating the moon to traditional fan dancing, Taiwan’s rich history culminates in its intricate culture.  As the global community becomes more interconnected, many organizations, such...

Culinary I students manage the center’s bake sale, where they gain experience interacting with customers.
CTE programs ensure students are "future ready" for their industry
Ruchira Prasad, Reporter • January 23, 2024

A mouse clicks. Keys clatter on the keyboard. Students zoom into digital models of brightly-colored characters.   These are the typical sights and sounds you can expect to find at FISD’s Career and Technical Education...

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Harshini Dhanasekar’s piece, titled “Disheveled,” revolves around the beauty in imperfection. Dhanasekar hopes the piece allows viewers to embrace their flaws and recognize where true beauty lies.
IHS art program advances to VASE state
Ruchira Prasad, Reporter • March 25, 2024

As students explore their passions for artistic fields, the Visual Arts Scholastic Event (VASE) is providing students with the opportunity to showcase their artwork across...

Celebrating Black Scholars: An Age Old Rivalry of Influential Educators
Celebrating Black Scholars: An Age Old Rivalry of Influential Educators
Addison Williams, Lead Anchor • March 1, 2024

During the month of February, Black History Month is celebrated to honor and commemorate the achievements and milestones set by Black inventors, activists, authors, doctors,...

A picture of Amelia Earhart and the sonar image released by Deep Sea Vision side by side. (Deep Sea Vision/Getty Images)
Sonar image may help solve Amelia Earhart mystery
Srihansika Komanapalli, Reporter • February 26, 2024

A sonar image taken more than 16,000 feet underwater displayed an outline of what seemed to be Amelia Earhart’s missing aircraft.  Deep Sea Vision, the exploration company...

King answers student-submitted question while band directors attempt Hot Ones challenge for the Band holiday party on Dec. 15, 2023.
Band directors take on "Hot Ones" challenge
Ibrahim Ali, Reporter • December 22, 2023

A cafeteria stage transformed into a viral sensation, a challenge boldly attempted, and laughter erupting as chicken wings turned into instruments of both torment and triumph....

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