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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)

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 that released this image,...

Margrethe Vestager, Executive Vice-President of the European Commission for a Europe fit for the Digital Age, explains EUs strategy on AI.

Europe becomes first continent to set rules limiting use of AI

Srihansika Komanapalli, Knight News Reporter December 19, 2023

Europe became the first continent to agree on a set of rules to limit the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI), named A.I. Act, on Dec. 8, 2023.  Members of the European Parliament and representatives...

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).

UN’s latest fight against climate change: COP 28

Ruchira Prasad, Reporter December 14, 2023

The 28th Conference of the Parties to the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP 28) is the U.N.’s latest mission to address climate change.  Between Nov. 28 and Dec. 12, over 70,000 delegates...

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).

Technology vs. Creative Expression: AI enters the music industry

Ruchira Prasad, Reporter December 5, 2023

As Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning steadily expand, their latest impact is on the realm of music.  With a few clicks of the keyboard, users can craft music that’s tailored to their...

Supreme Court justices imaged on Nov 13, 2023 (Erin Schaff/The New York Times)

US Supreme Court adopts first ever code of ethics

Saisha Agarwal, Executive Producer, Reporter November 15, 2023

On Monday, the United States (US) Supreme Court announced its first formal code of conduct governing the ethical behavior of its nine justices. All nine justices signed the new code, which  was adopted...

Image of a Vote sign outside of the Allen Events Center in Allen, TX on Jan. 9 2020. (Dallas Morning News/ Jeremy Diaz)

How future Knight voters can prepare to vote in 2024 presidential election

Saisha Agarwal, Executive Producer, Reporter November 7, 2023

United States citizens can make meaningful impacts on the country’s future by casting their vote.  One year from today, the people of the United States will vote for the next president and many students...

McCarthy (left) and Biden (right) are pictured while giving speeches on Sept. 13, 2023. (Getty)

Biden faces congressional impeachment inquiry

Ibrahim Ali, Reporter September 29, 2023

Following rampant speculation, the prospect of President Joe Biden getting impeached has become a real possibility. The first hearing for the congressional impeachment inquiry against Biden took place...

FISD’s College Events take place in Texas from Sept. 14 to Nov. 14 in order to provide parents and students with information about colleges and universities. (Heather Mayfield/FISD)

FISD’s College Events kick off during September

Riya Vatti, Editor-in-Chief September 14, 2023

The endless clatter of keys deafens your ears. After what seems like hours, you finally finish typing up your college admissions essay. As you scroll through your application to check for mistakes, your...

An image of Tobacco product use among high school students, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

IHS introduces new vaping law

Srihansika Komanapalli September 11, 2023

21 percent of high school students and 10.2 percent of middle school students reported having used e-cigarettes at least once in their lifetime.  Vaping is an increasing problem in public schools;...

Tents belonging to homeless people in the midst of the hurricane on Aug. 22, along the Los Angeles River in Long Beach, California. (Zaydee Sanchez/Reuters)

Hurricane Hilary impacts marginalized communities

Ruchira Prasad, Reporter September 7, 2023

  On Aug. 20, category four hurricane, Hilary, made landfall in Baja, California, before making its way towards the coast. This marked the first-ever tropical storm to hit the southern part of...

U.S. Treasury Secretary, Janet Yellen. (Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

The U.S. approaches possible debt default

Riya Vatti, Editor-in-Chief May 12, 2023

The U.S. faces the risk of being unable to pay back its $31.4 trillion debt next month.  This is because the United States has reached its debt ceiling, which means it has reached the maximum amount...

The coronation of King Charles III was held at Westminster Abbey in central London on May 6, 2023. (Ceres Post)

New king reigns over the UK

Riya Vatti, Editor-in-Chief May 12, 2023

Prince Charles of Edinburgh was officially crowned the King of the United Kingdom (UK) on May 6, 2023.   The King’s coronation is an anglo-saxon tradition, dating back more than 1000 years ago,...

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