The current battle between “Apex Legends” and “Fortnite”
Mar13

The current battle between “Apex Legends” and “Fortnite”

Story by: Alex Garcia Here we are at the beginning of 2019 and every major gaming company is still trying to create a Battle Royale that can compete with the game that took over the world in 2018, which was “Fortnite: Battle Royale.” Although there have been other Battle Royale games that have been released, they haven’t been able to put up the numbers that “Fortnite” has. That was until Respawn...

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Alternative Notes: Her majesty returns: the resurgence of Queen
Mar13

Alternative Notes: Her majesty returns: the resurgence of Queen

When “Bohemian Rhapsody” was first released in 1975, the reviews were far from glorious. A review from Record Mirror, a former British music newspaper, stated that the tune has “no immediate selling point whatsoever: among its many parts. There’s scarcely a shred of a tune and certainly no one line to latch onto,” and that wasn’t the first of many poor reviews. If the song was so highly unfavorable from critics, why has it now...

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A jazzy performance at the Brubeck Theatre
Mar04

A jazzy performance at the Brubeck Theatre

Story by: Ripp Friesen The musical duo Peter Sprague and Leonard Patton came to the Howard Brubeck Theatre, Thursday, 21st for Palomar Performing Arts Concert Hour. Peter Sprague and Leonard Patton are a jazz duo based in San Diego who take inspiration from great bands like The Beatles, Jimmy Hendrix and Stevie Wonder and add their own jazz influences to create a whole new song. Armed with a double neck guitar, a pair of drum brushes...

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Video games are being used to train for high skill jobs
Mar04

Video games are being used to train for high skill jobs

Story by: Katy Lynn Over the past years of rising digital technology and popularity in gaming, researchers have found a new way to use graphic animation in order to improve the skills of two very important areas- the military and medical fields. A large percentage of millennials have grown into a world of expanding electronic devices and consoles, causing them to be advanced more when using technology compared to older generations....

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Alternative Notes: For those about to romance, we salute you (or not)
Feb20

Alternative Notes: For those about to romance, we salute you (or not)

For many, music is a way of expression, to share your feelings and to convey a certain emotion. With Valentine’s Day approaching, music is a key factor in setting the mood of your day with your special someone. Or, if you’re spending the holiday by yourself, we’ve got you covered for that too.   For those of you who love the holiday and plan to spend it with your loved one, here are some songs curated by our staff to help you get...

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You up? College in the age of online dating
Feb13

You up? College in the age of online dating

56 percent of people agree that dating Apps are common, even useful for some yet they are widely disliked by college students.   Carlie Jensen would agree, she is known as Tinder girl now amongst the pool of potential bachelors that are defined by a swipe left or right.   Jensen is on her third year studying Business administration at San Diego State University and says she hasn’t found anything “serious” in the past two...

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