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Alumni honored at COMM Hall of Fame

2018 Communication Hall of Fame award recipients. Rising Star award recipient Brittany Sarret (not pictured). 
Hannah Nelson, Entertainment Editor October 18, 2018

A theatre director, an attorney,  a speech and debate coach and an operations manager. Four people with different careers, but they  have one thing in common. For these individuals their careers all...

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Rampage Movie Dissected

Rampage Movie Dissected
Will Amos, Senior Reporter February 26, 2018

So, Hollywood is making another movie based on a video game and the director is the same director of the meh San Andreas, Brad Peyton. What video game? Why Rampage, the classic kaiju simulator where the...

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Monster Hunter World Review

Monster Hunter World Review
Will Amos, Senior Reporter February 26, 2018

Monster Hunter is a franchise that has been a niche series in America. This has been mostly due to the choice of platform for a majority of the series’ life. Ranging from the PlayStation Portable (PSP)...

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The Final Frontier

The Final Frontier
Gabriel Silvas, Columnist December 15, 2017

On the list of "worst possible scenarios", being stranded in the middle of nowhere on an unknown planet with damaged equipment and no memory of how you got there seems like it would be pretty high up,...

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Hunting in a Winter Wonderland

Hunting in a Winter Wonderland
Gabriel Silvas, Columnist December 1, 2017

Not too long before the final battle, the young huntress Aloy hears some interesting talk that catches her ear. Apparently, something is happening up north of the Grave Hoard, where the Banuk tribe reside....

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A Garden of Empty Boundaries

A Garden of Empty Boundaries
Gabriel Silvas, Columnist November 18, 2017

The Ryougi clan are a unique kind of family. Imbued with supernatural power, some members possess different personalities, a "male" side and a "female" side, that are both conscious and are essentially...

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When Just One Servant Isn’t Enough

When Just One Servant Isn't Enough
Gabriel Silvas, Columnist November 3, 2017

Within the Throne of Heroes lies the greatest and strongest individuals in the history of humanity, both past and future. Whether they be truly good people or are of the vengeance-fueled Avenger class,...

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Escape Will Make Me God

Escape Will Make Me God
Gabriel Silvas, Columnist October 20, 2017

It is a classic setup. A humble security officer of the UESC Marathon is off on shore leave while visiting the colony of Tau Ceti IV. Since he is a sci-fi video game protagonist, his Worst Day Ever™...

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When Humanity Wanes, Machines Shall Reign

When Humanity Wanes, Machines Shall Reign
Gabriel Silvas, Columnist October 6, 2017

Growing up as an outcast has made life difficult for young Aloy. Motherless and seen as a curse by the people of the Nora, all she wants is to learn about what happened to her mother and why she is shunned...

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‘IT’ delivers the terror in new adaptation

‘IT’ delivers the terror in new adaptation
Jonathan Espinoza, Co-Editor September 26, 2017

Plain and simple, I liked ‘IT’. In a year filled some fantastic movies in the horror genre, (The Devil’s Candy and A Dark Song are two gems worth checking out) Andy Muschietti’s big-screen adaptation...

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A World Without Light? Not in My City

A World Without Light? Not in My City
Gabriel Silvas, Columnist September 22, 2017

Hey, remember that one time about two years ago when the Cabal sent a distress signal that was directed to the leader of the Cabal Empire? No, just me? Well, after giving Oryx the Taken King a severe case...

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Four Guys, a Car, and a New Recipe for Adventure

Four Guys, a Car, and a New Recipe for Adventure
Gabriel Silvas, Columnist September 8, 2017

An ominous premonition of the future paints a rather dire picture of Noctis Lucis Caelum, the crown prince of Lucis. Older, haggard, and barely holding himself together, he and his loyal friends are facing...

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