By Timothy Nguyen ‘23 With the recent end of midterms, a rush of relief is to be expected. The experience of the exam week was undoubtedly a very stressful event that I am sure no one wants to go through again. And so, here are some ways to help deal with, and prevent this almost … Continue reading Ways to Help Prevent Stress
Eric N. Narvaez ‘23 “Where no man has gone before.” Those are the famous words from the intro of the Sci-Fi TV show, Star Trek, back in the late 1900s. Now, William Shatner, who played Captain James T. Kirk in the popular show, was finally able to live out these words by setting the record … Continue reading William Shatner’s Journey to the Final Frontier
As equally monotonous and competitive as the shooting genre is, very few games truly stand out. Deathloop is not one of them. Silas Gonzalez '24 Deathloop is a first-person time-warping shooter and puzzle game where time has become paramount in your success. Arkane studios delves deep into the entertaining complications of this time mechanic. Colt, … Continue reading Deathloop Review
Ricardo DeJesus '22 Aaron Judge in the pinstripes for life? That’s what the Yankee super-slugger said in an interview with Fanatics, stating he wants to be a Yankee: “for the next 10 years.” The 3x All-Star and 2017 AL Rookie of the Year award winner is about to enter his age 30 season, and his … Continue reading Aaron Judge: Yankee for Life?
Jacob Matos ‘23 American singer, songwriter, and dancer, Britney Jean Spears, has spent the last thirteen years of her life struggling to get her life back from her father and management team. Ultimately, she has finally succeeded. On February 1st, 2008, a temporary conservatorship was granted in court for Spears that deemed her unfit to … Continue reading The Conclusion of Britney Spears’ Conservator-ship