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Iconic anime Attack on Titan ends after 10 years of airing

In August, I caved. I wanted to give Attack on Titan a shot. I had always heard that this show was very similar to Game of Thrones, one of my all-time favorites and a show that was very formative to my media taste. The epic story, the vast amount of characters, the complexity, royalty, politics – all of it. 

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campus News SLIDER STORIES

How Baldur’s Gate 3 Shook Up The Gaming Community

By: Ashley BergeronStaff-Writer Baldur’s Gate 3 is a turn-based RPG that Larian Studios developed. It was an Early Access title. The PC release date was August 3, and the PS5 release date was September 6. Larian Studios is planning to release Baldur’s Gate 3 on Xbox sometime in 2024. Larian Studio was a small Belgian […]

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Arts campus Opinion SLIDER STORIES

Appreciating women in music

Throughout the history of music, there have been many figures that have pioneered several pivotal movements in the medium. Most of the credit goes to men, but a lot of music nowadays is influenced by the many women that pioneered music genres.

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campus News Opinion

Opinion: Food on campus, what gives?

Picture this: it’s 2018. You get out of class at 11:15, hungry for lunch, and the campus is your oyster. Will you stop by Northside Express for a panini? Make a sandwich at the SubConnection? Perhaps get a drink from Starbucks, or just head to the tried-and-true Grill?

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campus Opinion

We asked you: Are there enough healthy food options on campus?

By: Ashley Rose Intern    It’s no secret that the stereotype of college students eating ramen and microwave popcorn four days a week is the reality for most students. While this may be the reality, dining halls in colleges are expected to offer options to suit everyone’s dietary needs in a quick, easy and cheap way […]

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Opinion

Tasty Tips with Tay: TikTok to Table

By: Taylor Waldron Co-Editor-in-Chief tswaldro@iu.edu Wow, I’m actually cooking again! In short, you’re welcome. Totally kidding! Just feeling good and together for the first time in a long time. Like many, I’ve fallen into my fair share of TikTok dark holes. Most frequently, I end up on the food side of the app. I’ve seen […]

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Opinion

Accountability: Ted Cruz

By: Emily Trent  Columnist emmtrent@iu.edu As we have all seen, Texas was hit by mother nature last week and was left to deal with the severe aftermath. We also saw Ted Cruz board a plane to Cancun while thousands of Texans were without power and suffering.  Cruz failed as a public leader and people should […]

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Opinion

A Walk in the Woods: Winter Hiking

By: John Griffee Columnist With the passing of another temperate beginning to winter, the harsh backend of another northern Indiana winter has started to unleash on the area. While the premise of hiking in these wintry conditions may seem quite unappealing to the average person, winter can be one of the best times to trudge […]

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Arts Opinion

Online classes don’t work for Fine Arts 

By KATE LUCE Staff Columnist With school currently being online, I think the students that will suffer the most are ones in Fine Arts. I recently wrote a piece about seniors in the arts, but anyone in fine arts might have the hardest time transitioning into an online environment. I want to say, I do […]

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Opinion

The Student Soapbox: What are you mad about?

By: BRENDAN McDANIEL Guest Angry Ranter @brendan_preface Hi, I’m pissed. Everything sucks, and as a young twenty-something with opinions that people for the very first time seem to be listening to, I want to have someplace to yell about it. And while my regular segment, Not Quite News, is the perfect medium for me to […]