Entertainment Hunter Gallant Issue 2.3 Technology The Press

Hololens: A Vision of the Future

By Hunter Gallant Imagine being able to interact with holograms. Not those shiny trading cards that “pop out.” Real, authentic holograms. Swiping, tapping, and typing in the air. No physical contact required. Imagination is the only limit. Batteries not included. Before we begin talking about the Microsoft Hololens, let’s review some of the other holographic […]

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Entertainment Issue 2.3 Music Shane Woolley The Press

Striking a Chord: The Musical Activism of Calling All Crows

By Shane Woolley Activism and music have been linked for generations, and in the 1960s and 70s, that link was galvanized by such musical acts as Crosby, Stills, and Nash, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, and Creedence Clearwater Revival. Whether or not you’ve heard these names, their works used music, that universal language that binds us […]

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Entertainment Issue 2.2 Nate DeMoranville The Press

Power Rangers Overpowered

By Nate DeMoranville On February 23, a fan made short film of the Power Rangers was uploaded to YouTube. Titled “POWER/RANGERS: UNAUTHORIZED & HARDCORE [BOOTLEG UNIVERSE]”, creator, Adi Shankar, depicts a world where the former Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers have grown into adulthood yet struggled to adapt to civilian life with PTSD. The resulting mess […]

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Entertainment Issue 2.1 Nate DeMoranville The Press

Spider-Man’s Path to the Marvel Cinematic Universe

When The Avengers released in 2012 and went on to make over $1.5 billion in the world-wide box office, it cemented Marvel’s status as a mogul in the movie industry. It’s safe to say that Marvel is dominating the competition, especially with franchises like Iron Man, Thor, and Captain America making billions of dollars. Although […]

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Entertainment Investment Club Newsletter Issue 1.6 Nick Mancini Video Games

Why You Shouldn’t Invest in the Video Game Industry

The video game industry can be something that is smart to invest in if you carefully calculate a few factors: how much hype surrounds the game? Does the game look fun? Is there any rising interest within a certain demographic? Will the game last long enough to sell DLC? Lastly, will the game have too […]

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Entertainment Esports Filip Augustowski Issue 1.6 The Press Video Games

Esports: What Are They?

Plainly and simply, exports are electronic sports. What this means is that thousands of people play different video games as a sport. It may sound ridiculous to many, but it is no different than football or soccer. The argument against esports is that you don’t exercise and it doesn’t take a lot of skill.  Many […]

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Issue 1.5 Performing Arts The Arts The Press Witt Tarantino

Micetro Improv at the CTC

Improv is often thought of as something that only exists on college campuses, where every scene is filled with crude humor and fart jokes. I like to call this kind of improv “bro-prov”. Thankfully, there are some troupes of players who believe in creative, intelligent, kind play. One such troupe is Micetro Improv at the […]

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