80 Years of Batman (Part 1): Standing the Test of Time

Although Batman is traditionally a comic book character, the spread of the Dark Knight through all mediums truly is a testament to how well the character has been received since 1939. Since his debut, Batman […]

Should Division 1 Athletes Get Paid?

Anyone who watches football knows that bowl week is coming up. Stadiums will get packed, TV stations will get thousands of viewers, games will be sponsored, and universities and the NCAA will make thousands if […]

The Downfall of the SAT

Since before most can remember, the SAT has played a crucial role in getting into college, and heavily influences the decisions of admissions counselors. However, due to the rise in tutoring, the test no longer […]

What does it take to be a leader?

  By Neo Gaitan What does it take to be a leader? A leader isn’t someone who looks strong or speaks with boldness. A true leader is someone who does acts not for his own […]

Attacking Star Wars: Attack of the Clones

By Dylan Moure and Matthew Rembold Dylan Moure (George Lucas and Original Trilogy Fans) Star Wars: Attack of the Clones was directed by George Lucas. Some say it’s better than Star Wars: The Phantom Menace, some say it’s worse. […]

One Last Time: A Review of Logan

17 years have passed since the first X-Men film debuted in 2000. 17 years have passed since Hugh Jackman first debuted as Wolverine. In that span of time, the Australian actor has portrayed the character […]

A Return to Form: A Review of Split

By Matthew Rembold There was once a time when M. Night Shyamalan was considered to be the next great writer/director. Fresh off the heels of films such as The Sixth Sense and Unbreakable, Shyamalan was […]