Author: Mark DiPietro

OpinionOpinion Features

On Hate Speech

As we all understand, the Constitution and the founding fathers who wrote it could have been better, and many things needed to be more specific. The Constitution outlines the right to free speech, stating, “Congress shall make no law…abridging freedom of speech,” but it does not define what “free speech” is… To begin, let us take a look at what history tells us.

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Opinion

Take A Walk

It is known that completing higher levels of education is a time consuming, difficult and demanding task in a student’s life. A well-rounded lifestyle is vital for a productive learning environment, yet most students are not taking care of some aspects of their physical health, such as consistent exercise. Walking is a great form of cardiovascular exercise that is likely to be the most manageable for able-bodied individuals to participate in.

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Stillman News

Patrick Healy From Snap-On Tools: Risks In International Supply Chain

On Halloween night, the Association of Supply Chain Management’s Seton Hall student chapter hosted Patrick Healy, head of World Wide Strategic Sourcing for Snap-On Incorporated. Snap-On is a leading global innovator, manufacturer, and marketer of tools, equipment, diagnostics, repair information and systems solutions for professional users performing critical tasks including those working in vehicle repair, aerospace, the military, natural resources, and manufacturing. Healy first discussed the history of Snap-On and their position in the tool manufacturing market.

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Stillman News

Exploring the Library’s Database Services

For Stillman undergrads, the library services may seem a bit foreign. By no fault of either party, it simply does not appear to be congruent to most students with the typical business undergraduate course load, a curriculum that seldom requires students to check out historical books or use in depth academic research. But that is a notion that Kayla Glynn, the new part time business school liaison and part time data librarian, is trying to debunk.

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IMPACT Leadership Conference: Building Leaders On and Off Campus

On October 20th, 2023, another instance of the IMPACT leadership conference was held in the University Center. The event, put on by a variety of campus partners within the office of student engagement, aimed to be a professional development opportunity for both present and future student leaders. It was a day full of learning, collaboration, and fun!

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TechnologyTrending

Twitter Eliminates Legacy Checkmarks

In the past, blue checkmarks were used to indicate the legitimacy of an account under a well-known name. This was given to sports teams, governments, journalists, and most people with any “celebrity status”. It was viewed as a real badge of pride for it meant that, at the very least, your name was under some threat of being impersonated.

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TechnologyTrending

Silicon Wadi: Inside Israel’s Rapidly Expanding Tech Sector

When we think of the centers for this technological advancement, stereotypically a place like Silicon Valley or Boston in the US, London in the UK, or Beijing in China comes to mind. But, perhaps a market that goes underrated as a technological hub, though rapidly expanding in its influence, is Israel.

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TechnologyTrending

Samsung Data Breach Highlights ChatGPT Concerns In The Workplace

The release of ChatGPT in November 2022 by Open AI has already changed the way we work and learn. Along with this revolutionary technology has come many articles and testimonials from a wide array of publications (including The Stillman Exchange) decrying, glorifying, and dissecting the uses and morality of artificial intelligence in our future. If there was not enough dangers associated with AI, recently the topic of data security was added into the already hotly contested debate.

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