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Fields of Agony

Fields of Agony

Joe Kronberg, Staff Writer

December 15, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Song of the Week

Though released in 1995, No Use for a Name's Fields of Agony, in my opinion, is as relevant today as it was over 20 years ago. Though it was likely written in response to the U.S.'s involvement with the conflicts in Somalia and Haiti, and used for Rock Against Bush Vol. 2 in response to the war...

“Golden Time,” a cute story that will tug at your heart strings

“Golden Time,” a cute story that will tug at your heart strings

Joe Kronberg, Staff Writer

December 13, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Recently, while scrolling through various social media platforms, I came across an article of some of the hidden gems on Netflix. A lot of the movies and shows were hit and miss, but one of my favorites I came across was a 22-minute film called Golden Time. The story is somewhat reminiscent of Toy...

“Howard the Duck,” ridiculously funny, or just ridiculous?

“Howard the Duck,” ridiculously funny, or just ridiculous?

Joe Kronberg, Staff Writer

December 10, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Showcase

The year was 1986, and with the end of the original Star Wars trilogy, George Lucas apparently needed something to fill his time. And for some reason, Howard the Duck seemed the most appealing at the time. Setting the stage for the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe, Howard the Duck was the seco...

“Animal Crossing Pocket Camp,” simple, but fun

“Animal Crossing Pocket Camp,” simple, but fun

Joe Kronberg, Staff Writer

December 8, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Since 2001, Animal Crossing has been popular for cute and simple designs and gameplay, befriending animals and completing tasks. The most recent installment of the series is Pocket Camp, for iOS and Android devices. Users play as their own character, who is the new manager of a campsite, bring...

Tell me you love me

Tell me you love me

Kennedy Stone, Staff Writer

December 8, 2017


Filed under Song of the Week

Power ballads can be a hit or miss with a lot of people, because some people love drama while others think it is too much. These days everyone is obsessed with calling people "fake". No matter how much an artist tries to be sincere their message rarely gets across, or at least not in its original form....

“We Happy Few”

“We Happy Few”

Joe Kronberg, Staff Writer

December 7, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

"Happy is the country that has no history." Welcome to Wellington Wells, the dystopian society where happiness is key to survival. Though the game is still only available as early access, We Happy Few has picked up a lot of steam in the gaming community, becoming widely popular and making fans anx...