Inside ‘A Princess to Save Me’
Dec07

Inside ‘A Princess to Save Me’

Video games have been prominent within our society for decades, though as society comes closer to gender equality gaming isn’t only for or about men. One couple from Seattle created “A Princess to Save Me,” a video game designed to break the pattern of the typical storyline of a damsel in distress and a prince to rescue her. Sandra Lokishina, the mastermind of “A Princess to Save Me” alongside Aundrey Lokishina, her husband, moved to...

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K.C. Timmons: A Hockey Life
Oct08

K.C. Timmons: A Hockey Life

Check out this oldie but a goodie from Class of 2013 student Dan Sicignano who talks with professional hockey player K.C. Timmons for the Pro Hockey News. Brooklyn Aviators defenseman K.C. Timmons’ face resembles that of many players in the FHL – one that is bumped, scarred and bruised from a lifetime of playing the game of hockey. But unlike many other players in the FHL, few can say their career has taken them the places that...

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Grey Gordon Talks Debut Album and More
Oct06

Grey Gordon Talks Debut Album and More

Check out Kingsborough Journalism student Aria Miller’s telling Q & A with up-and-coming singer-songwriter Grey Gordon, who discusses his upcoming album in a ReviewFix.com exclusive from last year. In Jan 2011 you put out “Demos,” and since then you’ve been releasing work nonstop. In April, you get signed to No Sleep Records, a West coast record label. How do you feel about all of this happening so quickly? Grey Gordon:...

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