Josie Santiago, DN Illustration

A Love Letter to Mother Earth

While the past 52 years have pushed some waves of environmentalism ashore, those who celebrate you  will always inevitably be squandered by the overwhelmingly selfish population. 



Amber Pietz, DN Design
OPINION

No Confidence

 The fact that we have allowed SGA’s reputation to sink this low is embarrassing, disappointing and infuriating.  



Rylan Capper, DN Photo; Amber Pietz, DN Design
OPINION

Cruelty is the Point

What is the “Don’t Say Gay” bill supposed to show kids in America? That the things we don’t want to talk about will go away if we shove our heads in the sand?  


Bracken Library hosted the "Human Library" event Feb. 27, 2019. Fifteen students volunteered to be books readers could check out for 20 minutes. Unsplash, photo curtesy
OPINION

Unbound

To the administrators, parents and government officials in charge of making these decisions: banning books does more harm than good.  


BYTE

A Retrospective on ‘Chocobo Racing’

Twenty-three years ago Chocobo Racing raced its way onto the PlayStation One (PS1) and into my house. So, in the spirit of Chocobo GP’s launch, I wanted to revisit this old classic and see if it’s still able to cruise on in 2022 and how it compares to its distant sequel.  




BYTE

‘Chocobo GP’ offers fantastic fun for a price

Chocobo GP could easily have been a slam dunk love letter to the original that could’ve attracted people tired of Mario Kart 8. Instead, it feels like a soulless cash grab that I cannot recommend until the monetization is reworked or the price is dropped.