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Only Heaven Knows how she does it again

Coming off an outstanding year on TikTok, Pinkpantheress returns from her debut EP 'to hell with it' with her first full album release 'Heaven Knows'. While her songwriting may have needed a bit more effort, the drum and bass beats and Y2K vibes are a quality listen through and through.


Fourth-year journalism major Emma Plank holds up photos of her as a baby Dec. 1 at the photojournalism studio in the Art and Journalism Building. Mya Cataline, DN
OPINION

What I’ll take with me

I want to reflect on what I learned and gained from this rollercoaster of an experience. I’ve compiled 20 things that I’ve picked up as a college student in these last four years. 



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WORLD OF HORROR makes the macabre mundane

Adding to the ever growing list of rogue-like games, WORLD OF HORROR offers unique and inventive gameplay, settled into stylish pixel art and eldritch horror in equal amount. While the loop approach to the narrative can end up a bit predictable, WORLD OF HORROR is an indie title well worth time and price tag. 


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A whisk of 'Wonder' for Mario fans

With a stunning new artistic direction and a plethora of inventive power-ups and abilities, Super Mario Wonder is a marvelous addition to Nintendo's 2D Mario lineup. Adding a host of new ideas, Nintendo captures the wonderful wackiness of imagination.


Opinion editor and second-year journalism major Kate Farr puts eye cream under her eye Nov. 27 in Muncie, Indiana. Mya Cataline, DN
OPINION

The fear tied to ageism is growing old

In our society, youth equates to beauty, but it shouldn’t be such a prominent point where it leads to fear. We need to stop ranking women by their age, looks or physical appeal. Women are more than the year they were born or their “fading” youth.



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OPINION

‘Lies of P’: the puppet of Soulsborne

With stylish game design and intense mechanics, Lies of P finds itself in a world of grim fairytales and despair. Following in the footsteps of FromSoftware's growing legacy, this Soulsborne-like masterpiece captures magic with no strings attached.



OPINION

Often missing the target, U.S. academic accommodations need to be improved

Based on my own experiences, the accommodation system in place for students with learning disabilities in elementary and middle school in the U.S. operates under the assumption that adults understand the experiences of the students better than those needing accommodation. There is a lot to be improved upon with the current system. At its core, it excludes the ones who need accommodations. 


DN Illustration, Meghan Holt
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Being a first-generation college student shaped my cultural identity.

In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, I wanted to share how being a first-generation Latina in college has led to a unique journey filled with both challenges and opportunities. As a trailblazer in my family, I’ve faced the exciting — and often overwhelming — task of navigating the contemporary educational system in America while still finding ways to embrace my cultural identity. 


Amber Pietz, DN Design
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Behind The Veil: How We Manage Invisible Illnesses

Even when the suffering isn’t always outwardly visible, there’s still the weighty baggage of pain that is oftentimes shouldered by those with invisible conditions. It’s important we keep an open mind so the people who are already feeling alone don’t become more isolated.


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OPINION

Doja Cat has gone to the dark side

Coming after a sizeable break and a hellish rollout campaign, Doja Cat scares with a new look and a not so new sound on Scarlet. With a focus on rap and hip-hop, Scarlet has some hits, some misses, and a whole lot of red.






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