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Arts Calendar: March 2019

By Hannah Keating and Christopher Payne March 4, 2019

  "Chicago Nights" Odyssey Dance Theater Feb. 27, March 1, 7, 9 The Odyssey Dance Theater will bring Chicago to life in the midst of the roaring twenties with “Chicago Nights.” Prepare...

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Gaming Corner: ‘Far Cry New Dawn’

By Christopher Payne, Assistant Arts Editor February 27, 2019

For Starters In "Far Cry 3," the character Vaas says, “Insanity is doing the exact same thing over and over again, expecting sh*t to change.” By its own definition, Ubisoft’s “Far Cry” series...

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The Gaming World Meets Title IX: Paving the Way for Women in Esports

By Christopher Payne, Assistant Arts Editor February 24, 2019

  With an average viewership of 98.2 million people, this year’s Super Bowl LIII was the least-watched Super Bowl in 11 years. Even if you add up all viewers across in-home televisions and official...

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Gaming Corner: ‘Apex Legends’

By Yixin Song February 22, 2019

  I was running down the hill when the circle started closing in. Only three people (including me) left in the match. The stakes had never been higher. I saw one enemy running into the house across...

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Equality in EAE: The Fight for Female Representation

By Christopher Payne, Assistant Arts Editor February 12, 2019

  Riot Games, the company behind the popular video game “League of Legends,” has been through a storm of controversy this past year. Last November, two employees filed a class-action lawsuit...

Games Worth Playing: Sundered

Games Worth Playing: ‘Sundered’

By Marshall Falkner January 25, 2019

  You guard your face as a sand storm rages. You push forward, rocky spires and broken stone structures just barely visible around you, breaching the desert sands. And there it is, the purple light...

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Crimson Gaming Celebrates the Release of “Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey”

By Marshall Falkner October 9, 2018

  On Oct. 5, Ubisoft teamed up with the University of Utah’s Crimson Gaming club to host an “Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey” launch party. There, I played the first two hours of the newest Assassin’s...

Console-nation King

Console-nation King

By Marshall Falkner September 11, 2018

Living in the dorms can be boring. When you’re not working or hanging out with friends, you may have nothing to do. If you’re looking to spend some disposable income on video games, well, one, you’re...

Fall and Holiday Video Game Releases

Fall and Holiday Video Game Releases

By Marshall Falkner September 1, 2018

We’re coming up on that time of year that game publishers toss out the games that they've previously announced, which usually hold releases for the third and fourth quarter to focus on the holiday season....

Should Video Games Be Considered Art?

Should Video Games Be Considered Art?

By Marshall Falkner July 9, 2018

If you’ve read here for a while, you’ll know that I write a lot about video games. It’s something I have loved since I was young and have come to appreciate so much more in my teenage years. I’m...