Wednesday, February 1, 2023

News | Campus


Research team develops voice-activated AI accessible to people who stutter

“Unfortunately because you don't get to talk to anyone or advocate for yourself (while using AI), it makes it really hard to sort of explain what stuttering is and what stuttering is not,” Herring said. “Being able to self-disclose and explain that the amount of fluency I have won't impact my ability to do this job, and there's just not there's no chance to do that.”


APASO holds Cultural Vogue to celebrate community

“This year's theme is ‘Roots Resilience Rebirth,’ and the story behind it is to highlight the idea that no matter how much time passes, or how we grow, we're still connected to our roots," Smejkal said. “So the idea that we should be unapologetically ourselves.”


Tips to overcome on-campus driving, busing struggles

Campus is 5,200 acres, though most students and faculty use less than half that space in their daily routine. There are 60 miles of roads, 120 miles of pedestrian walkways, 20 miles of bike lanes and 26,000 parking spaces. And each day, there are approximately 70,000 people and 30,000 vehicles trying to get from point A to point B. 


CAPS creates monthly program celebrating women, femmes of color

“It’s a space where you’re not graded, not prepared, and to just be yourself,” CAPS psychologist Yvonne Connelly said. “That is the beauty of it. We have a specific topic, but we touch on it and it depends on the groups needs. We also have lunch to talk and literally take the mask off to eat. We also use expressive art in terms of vision boards and yoga.”


Woodruff, student legal services share priorities at ASMSU meeting

After Woodruff's presentation, two attorneys from Student Legal Services shared about the services they offer. Their priority is helping students on campus with legal needs completely free of cost. Their services also as educate students about their own legal issues so they have the skills needed to handle situations on their own.