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Op/Ed: Homework Is a Form of Child Slavery

Op/Ed: Homework Is a Form of Child Slavery
May 1, 2017

Homework is arguably the worst punishment inflicted upon the student body. It affects many age groups, and is the number one killer of a good time in America. While it holds some actual value in earlier...

The Post-Apocalyptic Masterpiece

The Post-Apocalyptic Masterpiece
April 6, 2017

The Last of Us is a survival game where the player controls protagonists, Joel and Ellie as they navigate to a space safe from the virus outbreak that has corrupted their world. It is regarded as one...

A Video Game Allegedly Taught Me How to Steal

A Video Game Allegedly Taught Me How to Steal
March 16, 2017

Sly Cooper is a game franchise following the narrative of Sly, a raccoon, and his friends Bentley, a turtle, and Murray, a hippopotamus. The first game’s plot revolves around Sly and his friends going...

OP/ED: Giving Professors A Letter Grade

OP/ED: Giving Professors A Letter Grade
March 9, 2017

The stress of midterms and finals are right around the corner and students are officially in their individual panic modes. The weight of these exams are typically the heaviest item on any syllabus, and...

Tekken Brings Violence and Stories Together

Tekken Brings Violence and Stories Together
March 2, 2017

Tekken is a fighting game series that has received critical acclaim throughout its long run. The game consists of many characters, each with their own immersive story, setting the series apart from other...

Saints Row Shifts Over Time

Saints Row Shifts Over Time
February 23, 2017

Saints Row is an open world, third person game where the player controls a gang-leading protagonist who tries to take complete control over any city that he is in. The efforts are contested by opposing...

Moth Winner Adam Wade Tells Tales About Grandmother Swagger

Moth Winner Adam Wade Tells Tales About Grandmother Swagger
February 20, 2017

The Moth is a speaking platform where storytellers come to compete against each other to see who is the most skilled. They have five minutes. All stories must be true. All stories must have happened to...

7 Stereotypes About Me

7 Stereotypes About Me
February 16, 2017

As all groups have stereotypes, it would not be uncommon to realize you fulfill plenty of them. I find myself, however, not meeting the rude expectations that have been predetermined about me. Here is...

999: Seek A Way Out

999: Seek A Way Out
February 16, 2017

999 Is a game that challenges your intelligence with various puzzles. This, however, is not your average puzzle game. 999 stands for nine hours, nine persons, nine doors, and is revolved around nine people...

Black History Month: A Commemoration

Black History Month: A Commemoration
February 13, 2017

Black History Month is an important time of reflection that reminds society of the advancements made by those who could have been otherwise forgotten. History, having placed black people in the status...

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