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TV FANatic: Grey’s Anatomy causes me the “Greys”

TV FANatic: Grey’s Anatomy causes me the “Greys”

Krysta Robles, Columnist

October 6, 2016


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Grey’s Anatomy is the cause of my death, to be honest. It’s such a good show and I am in love with every single character even though they can be quite stupid at times. Now, it has 12 seasons, which, by the way, is a lot of seasons a show could have. But it is understandable as to why it has so many...

Game Corner: Turning over a new leaf

Game Corner: Turning over a new leaf

Manuel Ruiz, Game Corner Columnist

September 29, 2016


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History  Animal Crossing New Leaf was revealed at the 2010 Entertainment Expo with very little info until the 2011 Entertainment Expo, where players received a trailer showcasing the game's new feature. The game wouldn’t release any new info until October 2012 when the game would receive the final ...

Musical Seoul: VIXX makes a “Fantasy” comeback

Musical Seoul: VIXX makes a “Fantasy” comeback

Mariene Sanchez, Musical Seoul Columnist

September 19, 2016


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Not too long ago, VIXX, a boy group, released a new music video named “Fantasy” that has a dark fairytale concept to it. Leave it to VIXX to have different concepts each comeback. Their new album is called “Hades” and it consists of four tracks. Although, the album only has 4 tracks, they’...

The Book Look: Ready for Ready Player One

The Book Look: Ready for Ready Player One

Belen Silva, The Book Look Columnist

August 26, 2016


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Where do you see yourself in the year 2044? In an office stacking endless papers in a 9 to 5 job? Or maybe off in Bora Bora with the money you saved up from working late night shifts? Or how about a barren wasteland with filled with hunger, poverty and nothing but a (video game) to remember what h...

Game Corner: Fighting your way to the top

Game Corner: Fighting your way to the top

Manuel Ruiz, Game Corner Columnist

April 20, 2016


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History Pokken Tournament was seen as a teaser during a Pokemon Game show with two well-known Pokémon, Blazikein and Lucario, about to begin fighting in a city-like road. Pokken was then announced on August 26, 2014, during an event hold by Japanese gaming magazine Fatmitsu with Pokemon CEO, Tsunekazu...

Musical Seoul: Oh My Girl makes a comeback with ‘Liar Liar’

Musical Seoul: Oh My Girl makes a comeback with ‘Liar Liar’

Mariene Sanchez, Musical Seoul Columnist

April 18, 2016


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It’s about time I actually talked about a girl group since all I've been talking about is boy groups. Not that boy groups are boring, but it makes it more fun for me to talk about girl groups who have amazing concepts. Oh My Girl recently came back with their third mini album named Pink Ocean and...

Burger Pursuit: Handling the Triple Triple isn’t easy easy

Burger Pursuit: Handling the Triple Triple isn’t easy easy

Victoriano Garcia, Burger Pursuit Columnist

April 8, 2016


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On a recent Saturday night some friends and I went to try out Wayback Burgers. My friends ordered some simple burgers to fill up their appetite, but I had my eyes on the legendary Triple Triple burger. Wayback is known for this burger. It carries lettuce, tomato, a stack of nine patties, and to make...

TV FANatic: There is only One Tree Hill

TV FANatic: There is only One Tree Hill

Krysta Robles, TV FANatic columnist

April 1, 2016


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What is One Tree Hill? A show full of love, heartbreak, family, friends, and everything in between. It’s a show of teenagers becoming mature adults. It’s a show about heartbreak; a thing teenagers and adults go through each and every day. It’s about love; everyone loves at some point and not a...

Gamebreaker: The Division is enjoyable with friends

Eric Botello, Gamebreaker Columnist

March 28, 2016


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The Division is a role-playing third person shooter-type game with survival elements. The game takes place in Manhattan with elements the player can destroy and explore. The player’s main objective is to restore order by investigating the source of the virus. Players have to team up as they progress...

Game Corner: Awakening the fire within

Game Corner: Awakening the fire within

Manuel Ruiz, Game Corner Columnist

March 3, 2016


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History Fire Emblem, known in Japan as Faiā Emuburemu, was first released in Japan for Nintendo Famicon, a tactical role-playing game which was never released in the United States. Fire Emblem was a huge success in Japan, which led to many games being produced that would never see a localized rele...

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