Category: Opinion

Technology’s evolutionary impact on the world of gaming

By: CHRISTINE GIVER Columnist It is amazing to think back to the early 90s when “Super Mario Brothers 3” seemed revolutionary compared to the days of Atari—and at the time it was. Yes, I said Atari. I owned one before it was considered old or vintage. It was pretty revolutionary for its time too, but

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Salisbury’s take

By: STEPHEN SALISBURY SGA President Do Black lives really matter in this country? If so, then why does it make so many people uncomfortable when we make that statement? Every day I turn on the TV and another unarmed Black man has been killed by a police officer. I must admit, I watched the recent

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SGA president preaches positivity

By: STEPHEN SALISBURY SGA President stugov@iusb.edu One of the traps that we often fall into as students is this mentality that the university is out to get us somehow or that our professors find some kind of joy out of seeing us fail. I have spent the past four and a half years on this

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Student Housing allows pets for special needs

By: C.A. Printup Staff Writer @dontwritedown There is a pig on campus—a kitty named Piglet to be exact. She lives with me in my dorm at River Crossing Student Housing and is incredibly fat in a good and adorable way. I have an invisible disability—one that requires constant medication, therapy and work. Pet therapy has

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