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Review: “LBD” adapts Austen

Review: “LBD” adapts Austen

“It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife.” If you don’t know this famous quotation,…

Halo 4: The best halo to date

Halo 4: The best halo to date

“Don’t make a girl a promise that you can’t keep.” Cortana This game is rich with story and expands the mythos while answering some questions about the Forerunners.  The story…

Assassin’s Creed III delivers on all it’s promises

Assassin’s Creed III delivers on all it’s promises

Following the buzz created by stunning trailers featuring innovative plot lines, cinema-like cut scenes, and exciting gameplay, Assassin’s Creed III lives up to all of the hype by delivering a…

In The Community

For those of you out there who constantly say “I would dress better, but clothes are way too obnoxiously expensive so forget that, SWEAT PANTS FOR LIFE,” or who feel…

Is ¡Uno! Number 1? Not Quite.

Is ¡Uno! Number 1? Not Quite.

Green Day has been one of the greatest pop-punk bands of the last twenty-plus years.  They have released albums that have spoken to the angst-filled teenager in millions of people. …

Muse: The 2nd Law

Muse: The 2nd Law

EPIC, Soothing, elegant, raw. These are just some of the adjectives that describe Muse’s new album, The 2nd Law. The British alternative rock band released this album on October 1st,…

Dishonored is honorable

As Corvo Attano, the protector of the Empress, you are sent on a journey that takes you far from your duties to search for a cure to a terrible plague…

Mumford and Sons: Babel

Mumford and Sons: Babel

Sigh no more, Mumford & Sons is back with their second studio album Babel which debuted this week with much anticipation. Babel continues the unique blend of folk and rock…