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AI-generated songs fuel ethics debate

Alton Northup, Staff Reporter August 28, 2023

As access to generative artificial intelligence expands, AI-generated songs top the trending page on TikTok. The genre has billions of views on the platform, and clips of famous characters, personalities...

Dating violence up, robberies down in campus safety report

Sexual violence is on the rise at Kent State, according to the 2019 Kent campus annual security report on 2018 statistics. Fifteen rapes were reported on the Kent campus, up from 11 in 2017 but down from...

OPINION: Restraint, dignity are not forms of weakness

Shams Mustafa March 13, 2019

Earlier this month, CNN’s Brian Stelter discussed “telling the truth” in the Dix Media Ethics Lecture. He mentioned the well-known ethical key points: Do no harm, seek the truth, triple check before...

Kim Garchar

Professor ponders medical ethics for end-of-life care

Cameron Gorman September 15, 2017

If you could choose your best death, what would it be? Would you want to be treated until the bitter end in attempts to save you, or to drift away naturally?It may be a difficult question, but for Kim...

Members of the Global Fashion Citizens student organization inform students waiting in line for the indoor FlashFest concert about the issue of fast fashion on Thursday, April 20, 2017.

Global Fashion Citizens protest ‘fast fashion’ during FlashFest

Alex Kamczyc April 21, 2017

Students walked the greens in front of the Student Center on campus Thursday as music drowned out any casual conversation. Students came in droves to stand in front of the M.A.C. Center to wait to see...

Poynter Media Ethics Workshop to focus on trauma

Alexis Wohler September 10, 2015

The 11th annual Poynter Media Workshop takes place Thursday, Sept. 17 in First Energy Auditorium of Franklin Hall, from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. Lunch will be provided for students registering ahead of time....

Daniel Lathrop from the Dallas Morning News speaks at the 2014 Poynter Media Ethics workshop Data Minefields on Thursday, Sept. 18, 2014, in Franklin Hall.

Google Glass, technology show future of data journalism at annual Kent State ethics workshop

Julia Kerchenski September 18, 2014

Journalist Robert Hernandez popped Google Glass on his son’s head, gave him a toy airplane and let him run. He played the video to show that Google Glass can be fun but can also serve as a powerful tool...

Students set to learn new advances in data journalism this September

Elizabeth Randolph August 27, 2014

The 10th annual Poynter KSU Media Ethics Workshop will take place on Thursday, Sept. 18.This year’s workshop, “Data Minefields”, will explore the topic of data journalism and the ethics surrounding...

Annual Media Ethics Workshop planned for September

Jennie Barr July 3, 2014

The ethics of data mining will be discussed at the 10th annual Poynter KSU Media Ethics Workshop on Thursday, Sept. 18 in the FirstEnergy Auditorium in Franklin Hall. The conference will begin at 9 a.m.Jan...

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