Opinion

With technology, the best is yet to come

By  Jarod Kutz Before you read this article, close the laptop or turn off the phone.  Oh wait, you can’t because then you would not be able to read it. To get around that, you could print it and then read it off the printed paper.  But wait, is that efficient?…

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Opinion: The not-so Reflecting Pond

Pictured above is The Reflecting Pond in the center of Penn State Altoona By: Sierra Snigier Although named The Reflecting Pond, students cannot see their reflection in the Penn State Altoona pond. The 2.3-acre pond has been the trademark of this campus since the founding of the campus in 1939….


Censorship in Video Games

Censorship in Video Games Carlos’ Cartridge Column By Carlos Lee Video game censorship has been a long and tireless battle for censors, changing in response to controversial titles. Video games in the past were simple and targeted at children with an ensemble of a bright, pixelated color palette. Contemporary games…


Should Video Game Gambling be Banned?

Should Video Game Gambling be Banned? Carlos’ Cartridge Column By Carlos Lee   Gambling has been a hot issue in the gaming community that has taken on many forms over the years. The traditional format first saw change around 2011 with Rockstar’s L.A. Noire introduction of season passes, an extra…


So You Want To Go Pro?

So You Want To Go Pro? Carlos’ Cartridge Column By Carlos Lee For many people playing video games, being the best is what we want. Those who are the best can become role models for others and, nowadays, make a living from it. Professional players are essentially celebrities. Fortnite player…