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  • According to the dictionary, the term feminism is defined as, “The advocacy of a woman’s rights on the basis of the equality of sexes.” Feminism is brought up within society when talking about the history of women, during times of inequality between men and woman, and in instances when women [...]
  • In this 1961 dystopian sci-fi game, Nazis control the world. Developer Machinegames and publisher Bethesda take us back to the dual-wielding, mecha fighting, rebellious world of Wolfenstein in “Wolfenstein II The New Colossus.” The game is just like it is advertised. “If you’re a Nazi, [...]
  • Be advised at your own risk

    November 29, 2017

    I started studying at LCCC in 2014, and I want to throw my story in with all the other students who were lost in the tornado of campus life. Though it has gotten a lot better, during my first few semesters here I had no sense of direction on this campus. The Advising Center at that time was going [...]
  • History cemented into place

    November 28, 2017

    Local governments throughout the United States have recently made decisions to remove statues that represent the Confederacy because of their representation of slavery. This has caused controversy because some Americans believe the statues represent American history and shouldn’t be removed. [...]
  • Imagine a child watching as men lower his father’s casket into the ground, seeing a widow receive her husband’s flag as a symbol of his service for this country, or a family member leaning over the casket of a fallen soldier. I have a lot of respect for people who have fought for this country, [...]
  • 2016 was a weird year, but as 2017 comes to a close, it seems that this year has been even more surreal. This year has been a disruption to the status quo: A nontraditional president, more prevalent natural disasters, civil unrest, and Hollywood stars falling from grace. People have come forward [...]
  • Ring… ring… ring… “Hi, Mom. It’s Gracie, I have a question. How do you soften butter?” Conversations like the one above happen on daily basis with my personal human-encyclopedias, because their baby girl has officially been dipping her toe in the pool of adulting. I will just say now, [...]
  • I’ve done quite a bit of moving around in the past two years, and haven’t really had an opportunity to view my living situation as an actual home. I first moved out of my parents’ house and into the Laramie County Community College residence halls. I’ve done some hopping around from dorm to [...]
  • A few weeks ago, a friend of mine told me about a game she and her friends would play called “Don’t Get Me Started.” In the game, you’re given a random topic and have to have the most passionate rant about whatever it is, no matter how you actually feel. I’d play it with the friend I [...]
  • Fall season is game season. All the AAA game titles bombard the psyche of gamers around the world. While some games get center attention, others fall into obscurity. “Wait, that game came out? Didn’t hear about it.” Developer Ninja Theory’s Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice is one of those [...]
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