Smartphone AI in Emergencies

Smartphone AI in Emergencies

Your smartphone has a secret. Its built-in personal assistant feature failed the performance test. Android, Windows and Apple mobile devices, despite their so-called intelligent coding, need more learning in order to help you in a personal, mental or medical crisis. A report in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMMA) Internal Medicine published in ...

Five Student Orgs You Should Join (Or Start)

Five Student Orgs You Should Join (Or Start)

I remember attending orientation before starting college and getting completely overloaded with information on about a billion different student organizations. It seemed like there was an org for everything—fraternities, sororities, Save the Campus Ducks, Pizza Lovers United—you name it, they had it. There were so many orgs that I got lost in the list, and ...

Alternative Study Methods: Memory Palace

Alternative Study Methods: Memory Palace

You need to remember something without using Google, your textbook, or ink pen scrawled across the back of your left hand. You’ve tried mnemonics, you’ve chanted the information to yourself (a method my art history professor swears by) and you’ve made flash cards, but it’s still not sticking as well as you’d like. It’s time ...

Tips for Relocating for School

Tips for Relocating for School

The movies always seem to portray going-away-to-school the same exact way: some fresh faced kid packing their beat up car with stuff and hitting the road to go away to school. Growing up, I always assumed that when you went away to college, you actually went away—as in out of the state, or even across ...