Category: Arts & Entertainment

Review: The Great Gatsby (2013)

Baz Luhrmann’s adaptation of The Great Gatsby on the big screen was simply amazing.  I personally do not approve of movie adaptations of books, but this one truly astonished me.  F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel The Great Gatsby introduced us to…

Career Corner: Hazmat Worker

Does the idea of working in a cubicle everyday dishearten you? Are you looking to enter an adventurous, ever-changing field? A career as a hazmat worker might be for you. As a hazardous materials removal worker (hazmat worker), one must…

Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time

Robin Hood better watch out because another master thief is ready to steal the stage— literally!  Sly Cooper, who first appeared in the 2002 Sucker Punch game Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus, is finally back in his long awaited…

“Don’t Panic”: Review

“Don’t Panic,” premiered on October 9th,  and was long awaited by All Time Low fans everywhere. After such a grueling wait, I must say that I was initially very disappointed in this album. First impressions about music are often based…

MaryBeth’s Gaming Corner

In 1996, Tomb Raider became one of the most memorable series in gaming, putting itself right up next to Sonic the Hedgehog and Pokemon by presenting the Sega Saturn and PlayStation with the no-nonsense, dino-battling Lara Croft.  In March 2013,…

Storm of No Relief

Student Poetry: Inspired by Sandy  Sandy Sandy sitting pretty, acting dandy. She turned off the light– the oh-so intellectual animals put up a fight. They think they’ve walked on water, they think they’ve stood in fire, they picked up sticks…