By Mari Landgrebe, Texas State University
The Mighty Morphin teens hope to rescue the world from exhaustive franchises.
Bisagna left behind an accounting career to return to school, where he’s following his passion for the sounds of life.
If you’re looking for something different between blockbusters, here are seven worthwhile indie titles coming out this year.
You were always more than a Princess, and it should have been said sooner and more often.
With the release of movies such as “Assassin’s Creed” and “World of Warcraft,” the game-to-film trend is proving both durable and lucrative—but why?
The gaming community is still reeling from the GamerGate of yesteryear, and now the dude-bro president-elect has set the board for its resurgence.
Benjamin Scott discusses the creation of his team and the video game that landed them in front of Sony, Microsoft and game enthusiasts at E3 2016.
Dealing with ADHD in academia is hard enough; dealing with it during finals can be downright traumatic.
The holidays are calling your name, the after-finals parties are getting planned, but you still have to get there with some semblance of accomplishment.
In the future, your favorite video game character may not have the same voice.
Barack’s humor, Michelle’s passion, Malia’s gap year lifestyle and Sasha’s braces all make it clear that they are the Jones we all want to keep up with.
It’s not padding your résumé if you learn new skills, flex your academic talents and network like a boss at conferences that fit your education and career goals.
You can either take your Adderall as prescribed or earn some pocket money; either way, you win. Just don’t get caught.
“Pokémon Go” has exposed the world to augmented reality, but such an immersive technology is more than just a game.
A decade ago, the show pushed mainstream audiences to embrace LGBTQ culture. Now, as hints of a reunion abound, the timing couldn’t better.
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