• Endless Forms Most Beautiful is Beautifully Constructed

    By Matt Jakubowski | Posted April 13, 2015


    When Nightwish announced that they were working on a new album with a new singer, fans were divided. Some couldn’t wait to see what Floor Jansen would bring, while others lamented Anette Olzon’s absence. Each of the band’s three different lead singers has brought their own style to the band, and this time is no [...]

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  • The Myth of the Friendzone

    By Matt Jakubowski | Posted February 25, 2015


    We’ve all heard of the friend zone. It’s the so-called zone that guys and girls claim to be in when they’re attracted to someone that isn’t attracted to them. Is there such a thing as the friend zone? Can such a thing even exist in this world?   To put it simply, the friend zone [...]

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  • Matt’s Top 10 Video Games

    By Matt Jakubowski | Posted January 14, 2015


    As an aspiring video game journalist, I wanted to come up with something that would reflect that aspiration. Therefore, I bring you the list of my top 10 favorite video games.   10) “Mario Kart 64” – This game was known for ruining friendships. Of course you would make up later because, after all, it [...]

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  • Letter from the Editor: Going mobile

    By Jesus J Montero | Posted December 10, 2014


    The Collegian has successfully launched its very own mobile app on the Android and iOS market. This is a huge milestone for our publication that has catapulted us into a new age of student journalism.   Personally, I’ve seen many students reach new heights in their academic career with the Collegian. All that motivates me [...]

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  • Review: Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

    By Matt Jakubowski | Posted December 9, 2014


    “Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare” is the newest game in the popular gaming franchise. Its release in early November sent people into a frenzy to get their hands on the game. Is the game worth all of the hype?   “Advanced Warfare” offers three game modes: Campaign, Multiplayer, and Exo Survival. The campaign story is [...]

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  • Outober

    By Arielle Vega | Posted October 30, 2014

    Coming Out Day/LGBT awareness month

    There is evidence that the first gay couple existed in Egypt in 2400 B.C. Since then, there have been numerous celebrities, artists and politicians who have come out of the closet.   Coming Out Day, or C.O.D.,  was founded Oct. 11, 1988 to create awareness and discussion of LGBTQ issues in the United states. C.O.D. [...]

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  • 5 Sexist Stereotypes Portrayed in Movie Heroines

    By Alejandra Murillo | Posted October 23, 2014


      Today’s media sexually objectifies women to sell anything and everything. Our acceptance and tolerance of this behavior is the result of a sad truth that women are seen as “parts” while men are seen as “whole people.” This mentality has been ingrained in our minds so much that we sometimes miss or unconsciously accept [...]

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  • Opinion: My 48-hour media blackout

    By Matt Jakubowski | Posted October 18, 2014


    As part of a school assignment, I went through a 48-hour period of no media, and before I started I already knew it was going to be difficult. I use my phone for just about everything and to go 48 hours without being able to use my phone that much would be sort of weird [...]

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