Category Archives: Opinion

The philosophy of playing video games and existentialism

By Ardan Bramall, Srinand Mudunuri, Sean Quigley and Cayden Tsai Staff Writers The inevitable little light at the end of the tunnel we all anticipate or monger our fears over. We all can’t get it out of our heads. That’s why the closing title of this is going to be nothing more but an aberrational taste of the near, feathered

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“The Last of Us” is deeper than you might think

By Diana Morales  Staff Writer The survival-action game “The Last of Us: Remastered” was released across all countries in 2014. I personally think the game has a deeper meaning with all the emotions it develops like survival, loyalty, love and action.  The game is set in a post-apocalyptic America, during an outbreak of the fungal plague. Joel and Ellie are

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Megan Park takes a traumatic event and makes a masterpiece

By Megan Claussen Staff Writer Written and directed by Megan Park, “The Fallout” follows high school student Vada (Jenna Ortega) as she forms a bond with popular high schooler Mia (Maddie Ziegler) in the aftermath of surviving a school shooting together.  It is a beautifully written and emotionally impactful look at tragedy and the grief that follows. This film is

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The new “Destiny 2” DLC obliterates previous competition

By Ardan Bramall and Toli Gonodanov-Meydbray  Staff Writer Released in Feb. 2022, “The Witch Queen” is the first “Destiny 2” DLC (downloadable content) to put a majority of its focus on the story of the game, of which they did a flawless job. What once was a game where most players skipped dialogue and left lore unread has morphed into

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