Final Fantasy VII Remake Demo Review
May18

Final Fantasy VII Remake Demo Review

There isn’t much that could be said about Final Fantasy VII that hasn’t been said already. Originally released in 1997 for the PlayStation, FFVII is held by legions of fans as one of the greatest, if not the greatest JRPG of all time. Though, thanks to the limitations of the hardware it was released on, on a technical level, the game struggles against the test of time. Graphically, the polygonal character models and flat textures make...

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Pokemon Sword Review: Trubbish No More
May07

Pokemon Sword Review: Trubbish No More

Photo by NintendoPokemon Sword and Shield are gorgeous new entries into the main Pokemon franchise When Nintendo announced the Switch, most die-hard fans of the company’s first question was, “so when do we get Pokemon?” A staple franchise of Nintendo handheld consoles since Yellow, Blue and Red released on the original Gameboy in 1996. Long time fans of the series were ecstatic to finally be able to play a main series Pokemon game on...

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Indie Wrestling: The Mom and Pops of the Business
Apr28

Indie Wrestling: The Mom and Pops of the Business

When you think of Professional Wrestling, chances are, one of the first names that comes to mind is Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. And for good reason. He’s become a Hollywood megastar and was the highest paid actor in 2019. Or possibly names like John Cena, “Stone Cold” Steve Austin and Hulk Hogan. These entertainers who have transcended the squared circle to become pop culture icons all have their legacies tied to the titan of the...

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New KCC President Promises Change
Dec06

New KCC President Promises Change

Kingsborough Community College has a legacy of excellence spanning fifty-five years. With a rank in the top four community colleges in the nation according to the Aspen Institute College Excellence Program, the south Brooklyn institution nurtures the minds of thousands of students. The beauty of Kingsborough is that it welcomes those who want to learn with open arms. Regardless of race, gender, ethnicity, or any other status a person...

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Faculty Profile: Jennifer Mitchell: From Ole Miss to Brooklyn and Beyond
Oct11

Faculty Profile: Jennifer Mitchell: From Ole Miss to Brooklyn and Beyond

The Magnolia State is known for its rivalry between Ole’ Miss and Mississippi State, but to a cheery woman from the heart of the Bible Belt, the world has more significant issues to consider. It is no secret that racism runs rampant in the south. Cross burnings still happen, homes and shops still fly the Confederate flag, and the KKK is still jarringly active. With the current political turmoil and division in the United States, many...

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