Tom Pinto, Ringling College of Art and Design
Here’s my dive into the world of being a writer at an art school, and if being a writer is equal to being an artist.
With a small budget but a monstrous fan base, the Boulet Brothers’ alternative drag competition showcases the multifaceted world of drag art that RuPaul leaves out of her show.
Not all who wander through the realm of tabletop roleplaying games are lost. In fact, many find themselves along the way. Here’s my story of the ups and downs of playing Dungeons & Dragons.
The charm of ‘Animal Crossing’ is mixed with the exploration of ‘Breath of the Wild’ in this warm and pleasant indie game.
A worthy effort, despite a few fumbles
This masterpiece of fright disappeared into the night.
Disney’s latest remake is raking in hundreds of millions of dollars, but does it pose a threat to the animation industry?
Dr. Luke: doctor of music but ruiner of morals and reputations
It’s a puzzling game, I’ll tell you that.
The Japanese genre evokes the sounds of neon city life, and it’s starting to make a splash in the West.
Are they real or are they fiction?
Ari Aster’s sophomore film is a colorful, bright and gory tale of family, relationships and terrifying traditions.
Fan theories … or Jedi mind tricks?
Start your writing in the virtual realm while navigating the reality of the semester.
Straight out of the forests of Norway, Aurora puts a violent twist on environmentalism and what it means to be a woman on her latest release.
Born from Stan Twitter and the ashes of early Britney rises Slayyyter, in all her glittery glory.
Here are the top five games in the franchise to get you into the “Zelda” zone.
The latest album from the pop darling is for herself, her lovers and the sounds of her past.
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