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Steps to Leaps Enhancing & Improving Holistic Well-being

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Kelsey Kruyer

Student Spotlight

Kelsey Kruyer on Networking Within Her Community at Purdue

Kelsey Kruyer, a junior studying biomedical health sciences on a pre-dental track with minors in anthropology and psychology, is passionate about her role as a resident assistant (RA) at Meredith Hall. Kelsey says that some of the inspiration for what she does today stems from the unusual situation of arriving at Purdue as a first-year student during the pandemic.

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Cavan Bonner

Well-Being Tip of the Week

ChatGPT’s advice for Purdue students stressing about final exams

ChatGPT, OpenAI’s large language model chatbot, has captured the public’s imagination since it became widely available for testing. ChatGPT is capable of some remarkable feats, such as passing the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) and Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT), and being able to understand the humor in visual memes. However, ChatGPT also underperforms in many areas. It can produce untrue information, especially when it is asked to produce sources or references that turn out not to exist. Under certain circumstances, it can also provide harmful or illegal information.

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