The Big Three at E3 by Christian Steiner

*Electronic Entertainment Expo’s (E3) “big three”: Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo (The Father the Son and our Childhood Spirit.) This year’s E3 was quite a filler for our nerdy mecca; after last year, a year of next-generation consoles, this year was just more of what we already knew was coming: more “console” and “timed” exclusives, with words… Read More The Big Three at E3 by Christian Steiner

Stuck at Home: A Summer Guide to Avoiding Boredom by Gabriella Indart

Summer has finally arrived, but plans of going to the beach and attending late night parties with friends are over because you have no ride. During weekdays, the parents are working and you don’t even have a car on top of not having a driving license. You’re broke and bored, but don’t worry; here are… Read More Stuck at Home: A Summer Guide to Avoiding Boredom by Gabriella Indart

The Fault in Our Stars: What A Lot Of Us Have Been Waiting For by Marissa Echeverria

Throughout the movie theater, you can hear the painful sobs of all the teenage and prepubescent girls. The Fault In Our Stars, the cinematic adaptation of John Green’s latest novel, has been one of the most anticipated movies of this year. People who read the book have been waiting to see this movie since January… Read More The Fault in Our Stars: What A Lot Of Us Have Been Waiting For by Marissa Echeverria

On the Edge of Your Seat with “Edge of Tomorrow” by Lessenitt Campos

Tom Cruise’s new sci-fi adventure provides a whole new look at an extraterrestrial invasion; it’s like “Armageddon” meets “Aliens”. With the right amount of action, computer graphics, humor, and heartfelt moments (mainly between Cruise’s and Emily Blunt’s characters), “Edge of Tomorrow” gives the phrase “summer blockbuster” a whole new meaning.

Eating Disorders: Guys Have Them Too by Maria Sanchez

It is a widespread view that only women have eating disorders. Unfortunately, this misconception has closed opportunities for men with these disorders to find help. A study published by the BMJ Open, a British online journal, suggests that the idea that women are the only ones who can have anorexia or bulimia makes it harder… Read More Eating Disorders: Guys Have Them Too by Maria Sanchez