I was 7 years old when I received my first game console — a used Nintendo 64 which, even back then, looked like it had seen better days. It had quite a few scuff marks and a controller port which refused to connect, but I spent a lot of time with it regardless.
Spring registration ended Jan. 16, a full five days before the first day of classes. Unlike previous semesters, students no longer had the option to register just before the start of class. While change is […]
I love Godzilla movies.
Before you pull out the torches and pitchforks, I know they’re stupid. I know they’re cheesy. I know they basically amount to two guys in rubber suits (and occasionally a crude piñata held aloft with visible wires) […]
After watching “2016: Obama’s America” recently, I was struck by the startling question posed by the movie: Can we trust President Barack Obama with the future of the greatest nation in the world?
The movie, based on Dinesh D’Souza’s book “Roots of Obama’s Rage,” examines the president’s background to analyze his beliefs. […]