Voices Unbound

By Milo J. Clark and Tyler S. Young

ChatGPT’s Bias Bites in Bytes

In our first column, we discussed Wikipedia. The website is quick, the information is digestible, and it’s a great first place to turn to when researching a new topic. Beyond this, we praised the site’s open-source editing process, which allows for a broad range of perspectives and aims to yield unbiased information.

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Hard Truths From Hashtags: Learning From the Twitter Files

In 2016, 98 percent of college students in the Western world had a Facebook account. Despite this, it seems we rarely think about the forces that dictate what we see and say on social media.

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Don’t Take Harvard Too Seriously

We all know that the Harvard name carries weight. It’s probably why many of us chose to go to school here.

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Hidden Voices, Public Consequences

In apparent response to a statement authored by the Harvard Undergraduate Palestine Solidarity Committee and co-signed by other student organizations, a truck digitally displaying the pictures and names of students allegedly affiliated with the signatories began circulating Harvard Square on Wednesday. Credible safety concerns then forced the PSC to reschedule a vigil planned to honor civilian lives lost in the ongoing Israel-Hamas war, according to the PSC’s Instagram.

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About Those Free Speech Rankings

A few weeks after we started working on this column, the Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression released their yearly college free speech rankings, placing Harvard dead last out of 248 universities.

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