By Ana Perez, 10th Grade Many different types of AI have been created in this decade. One of them is ChatGPT, a chatbot launched by OpenAI in November 2022. This tool can answer questions, write essays, write poems, write emails, and generate lines of code – all with a single prompt. And now, ChatGPT can also pass a Master’s of Business Administration exam at an … Continue reading ChatGPT Can Now Pass A Master’s Exam
By Ana Perez, 10th Grade By this point, you’ve probably heard of the change in the school rules. Now, students have to leave their phones in the lockers or face punishment (aka: a ficha). This shift in the school rules has not been well-received by the student body. While not being able to use your phone during class is perfectly reasonable, students feel that not … Continue reading What Do Students Think About the New School Rules?
By Emma Bello, 10th Grade Have you ever found yourself sitting in front of your notes trying to store information for a test you have the next morning but nothing’s working? Well I’ve got you. I’ve been in that position more times than once, and through the years I’ve found tips and tricks that have helped me make the studying process quicker, easier, and most … Continue reading Studying: A Process That Can Actually Be Fun
By Mabel Soriano, 11th Grade The summer is arriving, and we are tired of the usual book selection school requires us to read. I don’t know about you, but some classics are difficult to read due to the old English filling the pages. Even though I enjoy reading the Color Purple and the Great Gatsby, I want to see more modern literature in my assignments. … Continue reading Summer books teachers should assign
By Ana Perez, 9th Grade The SAT (Scholastic Assessment Test) is a standardized test used for college admissions in the United States, although they are also used in certain Canadian universities. It was implemented in 1926 and its grading methods have been changed several times throughout the years. The College Board develops, publishes, and owns the SAT, a private non-profit organization; but even though they … Continue reading The Future of the SAT: Is it Dying?
By Mabel Soriano, 11th Grade There are many aspects that can influence your future. It could be money, family issues, politics, health, diseases, among others. However, when many things are uncertain, it is important to have a plan, whether broad or specific, in which you can establish what your future might look like. One of those loaded decisions is higher education and there are many … Continue reading What are the future plans of New Horizons’ Class of 2023?