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Opposing Views on Safety

I plan to respond to the essay by Michael Morris, titled “Mining Student Data Could Save Lives.” This essay discusses the potential disasters that could be avoided if universities monitored their students’ data. I find this essay especially compelling because of the relevant nature of its subject matter. As a college student, knowing that my […] Continue reading

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