“Objective” game review: Bayonetta 2 uses buttons and control sticks to perform actions

8 December 2014

Thanks to the #Gamergate movement, the Collegian has realized that video games should be reviewed objectively with no mention of art or social context. To fulfill this goal, Collegian Expat Patrick Creedon, Variety Editor Abigail LaBounty and Managing Editor Conor Fellin share their experiences of “Bayonetta 2.”

Stead lights up Chapman Commons

8 December 2014

Student Writer Vanessa Siemers relates the festivities at Night Light, the annual event hosted by President Upham wherein carols are sung, cookies are eaten and the Chapman Commons are lit by thousands of blue Christmas lights.

Music Review

8 December 2014
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Writing Out Loud touching, insightful

8 December 2014

Student Writer Hannah Kloppenburg attended the thought-provoking performances at Writing Out Loud, an open mic held in McFarlin Library.

My first Thanksgiving: An exciting experience in a foreign country

8 December 2014

Student Writer Vanessa Siemers shares her thoughts on experiencing Thanksgiving in America for the first time as a German international student. She describes her thoughts on the family togetherness and consumption of copious amounts of food that characterize American Thanksgivings.

My 20th Thanksgiving: tedious but worth it

8 December 2014

Student Writer Doesn’t-want-to-ruin-his-relationship-with-his-family relates the awkwardness of going home for the holidays, and the overall love and familiarity that makes spending an entire day with your family worth it.