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A pedestrian oriented street offers new ways for the game sims to interact without the need for cars. The new large glass pavilion provides a third place for the sims to relax.

Cities: Skylines, get a new perspective

Marcus Rogers, Editor-in-Chief September 28, 2022

In our modern world of gaming, Cities: Skylines sets the standard for city simulations and the new Plazas and Promenades DLC (downloadable content) re-centers people as the foundation of your city. Developer...

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‘Don’t Worry Darling’ the fiasco of pop culture

Victoria Fatiregun, Senior Reporter, Associate Editor September 21, 2022

According to a post by @bestofpugh on Twitter, filming for ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ began on Oct. 26, 2020. The film stars Florence Pugh, Harry Styles, Gemma Chan, KiKi Layne, Nick Kroll and Chris Pine....

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iPhone 8 and later iPhones will receive the iOS 16 update, bringing lock screen customization.

Apple updates product line with safety in mind

Blass Guerrero, Senior Reporter September 19, 2022

On Sep. 7th, Apple announced new updates to the Apple Watch, Airpods Pro and iPhone. Apple's main focus is safety and saving lives. Past versions of the Apple Watch alert users of heart rate issues and...

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The Song of Achilles: Fate, love and glory

‘The Song of Achilles’: Fate, love and glory

Filiberto Avila April 10, 2022

If you were looking for a retell of one of the greatest stories in Greek mythology, there are countless options. Paris and his love (or lust) for Helen, Orpheus and his devotion to Eurydice or even Alcestis...

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Book and movie review: ‘Redeeming Love’

Kaylee Jo Neeley, Social Media and Website Manager April 7, 2022

The story that is “Redeeming Love,” written by Francine Rivers, was published in 1991. 31 years later, it hit theaters worldwide, bringing the original story of forgiveness and happy endings to the...

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Book review: ‘The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue’

Kaylee Jo Neeley, Social Media and Website Manager March 3, 2022

“The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue” is a historical fantasy novel that begins in the year 1714. The character of Adeline “Addie” LaRue, a young artist with many dreams, has to make a life-altering...

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Here lies the ‘Stranger Things’

Here lies the ‘Stranger Things’

Marcus Rogers, Editor-in-Chief March 1, 2022

Perhaps one of Netflix's most successful shows, “Stranger Things” had an official release date drop for its fourth installment. Netflix announced that “Stranger Things,” a sci-fi drama created...

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WT Opera production crew dims the lights of the Branding Iron Theater before the start of Magic Flute.

Night at the Opera

Marcus Rogers, Editor-in-Chief February 1, 2022

Branding Iron TheaterMozart’s “Magic Flute” performance by West Texas A&M University Opera on the night of Jan. 28 finished with a four-minute nonstop applause, despite challenges from COVID-19. WT...

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The Witcher captures audiences with dramatic flair

Victoria Fatiregun, Senior Reporter, Associate Editor January 20, 2022

“The Witcher” was first released on Netflix on Dec. 20, 2019 and is based on the novel series by Andrzej Sapkowski and the video games by CD Projekt RED. It follows the story of Geralt, a hunter with...

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“Monstersongs” musical interviews with the cast and crew

Victoria Fatiregun, Senior Reporter, Associate Editor November 2, 2021

Orion Macias, who is the assistant director of “Monstersongs”, was the first to be interviewed and he discussed his interest in doing a musical based around Halloween. Macias discussed he...

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A graphic designed by Victoria Fatiregun of Halloweentown set within the background of colors representing the fall. (Canyon, TX/ Wednesday Oct. 19)

OP/ED Why is “Halloweentown” a good film?

Victoria Fatiregun, Senior Reporter, Associate Editor October 19, 2021

“Halloweentown” is the quintessential film of childhood. Watching it every year at Halloween always sets the mood for fall. The film details the story of Marnie Piper who goes to her Grandma’s town...

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The WT students behind the Monstersongs curtain

Jonah Dietz, Senior Reporter October 18, 2021

West Texas A&M University’s Department of Art, Theatre and Dance is streaming their newest production, the song cycle “Monstersongs”, written and based on the graphic novel by Rob Rokiki, just...

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