But What About Me? Athlete Reflects on End of NEC Bowling Dreams

By Samantha Hart Lifestyle Editor “The NEC Women’s Bowling Tournament set to take place March 20-23 has been canceled due to the coronavirus.” This was the worst news I have received in my athletic career.  My senior year and NCAA DI career. Ended. Just like that.  View Samantha Hart’s message to teammates and coaches.  A Tribute to My Team:  Four Years a Knight As the … Continue reading But What About Me? Athlete Reflects on End of NEC Bowling Dreams

White House Purge: Post-Impeachment Acquittal

By Nancy Sanchez-Diaz Staff Writer President Trump was acquitted and now things are back to normal. Well, at least our kind of normal. Ever since the Republican-led Senate acquitted Trump, the president has made it his personal mission to exact revenge on his perceived political enemies, particularly those who testified against him during the impeachment trials. Trump has purged the White House of anyone who … Continue reading White House Purge: Post-Impeachment Acquittal

Adderall Doesn’t Do It All: Check It Out

By Yaakov Resnik Guest Writer As the semester progresses, workloads will increase and balancing the responsibilities of college, work and family will become a struggle for most of us. The pressure and anxiety may be too much for some. Believing it will improve their performance, many students, not diagnosed with ADHD, will use stimulant medications (e.g. Adderall and Ritalin), justifying that the benefits far outweigh … Continue reading Adderall Doesn’t Do It All: Check It Out

DownLoadable Content: Don’t Lose (Your) Cash

By Madison Martinez Staff Writer Any gamer, or person who is friends with a gamer who likes to rant, has probably heard of the controversial acronym that is DLC, short for Downloadable Content. DLC is additional content for a video game that can be accessed by players who have paid money for it. These additions can come in many forms, from full new episodes in the game’s storyline … Continue reading DownLoadable Content: Don’t Lose (Your) Cash

The Price of Freemium Games

By Jhoana T. Merino Staff Writer Apps like League of Legends and Candy Crush Saga are part of the “freemium game model,” a business approach that is dominating the mobile game market. More astoundingly, in-app purchases make up roughly 70-80 percent of the annual $10 billion iOS revenue, says Harrison Jacobs, writer for the Business Insider. It’s a wildly successful tactic, and is no doubt … Continue reading The Price of Freemium Games