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Cardinal Esports host discussion with ESL Caster Paul Todkil

  On Wednesday, Cardinal Esports hosted a conference with Paul Todkill, a project manager, producer, and caster for ESL. ESL is the largest official esports organization, hosting tournaments across the globe. Using Discord video chat, Todkill was able to sit down and talk with Cardinal Esports about how he got involved with esports, what his job at ESL entails, and then took questions from various members of Cardinal Esports.


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E3 2019: Bethesda Recap

 Bethesda is one of the biggest names in gaming. whether it be the legacy of past games, or the IP's they currently hold, it's hard to ignore anything that has the Bethesda name on it. Unfortunately for the gaming giant, this year that included a good amount of controversy. 


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Gillette’s ‘The Best Men Can Be’ ad sparks internet controversy over toxic masculinity

The ad, which you can watch here, covers the subject of “toxic masculinity,” the belief that being masculine bleeds into men’s everyday lives and negatively affects themselves and those around them. The ad features scenes of fighting, bullying and sexual harassment while a voice over talked about the history of “boys being boys.” The ad ends on the narrator explaining that showing boys how to act now is the way to improve men’s actions as a whole, then switches up Gillette’s traditional slogan, “the best a man can get,” for the topical “the best a man can be.” 


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Village Green Records Hosts its Back to School Show

The outdoor event featured six bands hailing from as far away as Bloomington. The playbill included Porch Kat, Wampus Milk Daddies, Killgulls, State of Them, Heaven Honey and Elk Manakin. The bands drew an ever-changing crowd throughout the entire 6-hour long set. Concert goers were free to sit at the tables outside, get up close and personal with the performers, and pick through albums inside the shop. 


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E3 2018 recap and reflection: Playstation

Sony had set the tone for their conference early in the week by announcing they would be revealing five new games coming to PlayStation in the five days leading up to E3. With some smaller announcements out of the way, Sony left time in their conference for some big reveals, so let’s take a look at what they showed off. 



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