‘Jersey 4 Jersey’ Benefit Provides Hope in Uncertain Time

By Samantha Hart Lifestyle Editor The “Jersey 4 Jersey” benefit concert aired Wednesday night on radio, online and on TV stations in the state, New York and Pennsylvania, raising money for the New Jersey Pandemic Relief Fund.  The concert series opened with Bruce Springsteen and Patti Scialfa Young singing “Land of Hope and Dreams,” setting the tone for what the event had in store:  Hope. … Continue reading ‘Jersey 4 Jersey’ Benefit Provides Hope in Uncertain Time

‘Final Fantasy 7 Remake:’ Variety and Nostalgia

By Dylan Del-Rio Staff Writer Despite being a retelling of the opening hours of the original “Final Fantasy 7,” “Final Fantasy 7 Remake” is a solid game with enough content to warrant the price. Even for those who have no nostalgia for the original. The game is set in the fictional city of Midgar which is run by Shinra amoral megacorporation that is slowly killing … Continue reading ‘Final Fantasy 7 Remake:’ Variety and Nostalgia

The Only Evil Thing About Resident Evil 3 Is the Price Tag

By Dylan Del-Rio Staff Writer Resident Evil 3: Nemesis is Capcom’s newest installment in the Resident Evil series. Riding high on the success of last year’s Resident Evil 2 remake, Capcom seems to be making the next logical step with a remake of Resident Evil 3, which was released this month. While it is not as solid as last year’s offering and its runtime leaves … Continue reading The Only Evil Thing About Resident Evil 3 Is the Price Tag

Game Review: ‘Doom Eternal’ Is Hell of a Good Time

By Dylan Del-Rio Staff Writer With classes online for the rest of the semester, and students having much more free time than normal, there needs to be a way to pass the time while stuck in quarantine. “Doom Eternal” is a great way to do that. “Doom Eternal,” which launched March 20, is an incredibly solid follow-up to the 2016 reboot of “Doom,” improving on … Continue reading Game Review: ‘Doom Eternal’ Is Hell of a Good Time

‘Parasite’: Worthy Leeches

By Kenny Lo Staff Writer A black comedy or satire that plays with the division between social classes in South Korean culture is the result of this brilliantly crafted masterpiece, “Parasite,” by director Bong Joon Ho. With just the right amount of dry humor, the film masterfully sheds some light into some of the norms and taboos that linger in our global society. “Parasite” is … Continue reading ‘Parasite’: Worthy Leeches