Are the Dead Dead?

Image by COSMOPOLITAN Article by Naoki Nomura From its gnarly graphics to its well thought out storyline and character development, the fictional zombie apocalyptic world of The Walking Dead has taken the world by storm. Since its first aired episode back in 2010, AMC’s The Walking Dead has been Sunday night’s most viewed and favorite TV…

New Smartphones

Image by Phone World Article by Nishant Naricitty As the year 2016 has passed, many innovations in the field of technology have happened. Pokémon Go swept the nation. Augmented reality and virtual reality reached new heights. Automated home appliances and vehicles spread massively. Finally, new smartphones were released. Some of the new phones are the…

Grammys Preview and Predictions

Article by Eugene DeCosse   Every year, the music industry congregates to celebrate the previous year’s musical accomplishments at the Grammys. The Grammys are seen as the epitome of musical awards, like the Oscars for movies or the Emmys for television. This year the Grammys will be held on February 15th in Los Angeles, California…

Is it right for Unbroken to be banned in Japan?

Written by Naoki Nomura Last year a potential Academy Award winning Hollywood film sparked great controversy across the world. Unbroken is a film based on a true story about a former Olympic athlete, Louis Zamperini, and his life threatening experiences behind Japanese prison camp fences. Although some say the movie is an exceptional film, others…

Film Review of The Purge: Anarchy

  Written by Alec McGuire Cover Image by Elclon on deviantart.com; & Image above from http://www.washingtoncitypaper.com; This movie takes place nine years into the future’ in the year 2024. In a society where anything and everything is legal once for twelve hours every year. This is called the annual purge, a government-sanctioned, period when ordinary citizens…

Touching Up on ‘The Interview’

Article written by Alec McGuire Image from https://s.yimg.com The Interview is a controversial comedy that was co-written and co-directed by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg. Although this movie was criticised by many people including Kim Jong-Un, the lone leader of North Korea, the movie was released on DVD with a rating of over 90% on…

Net Neutrality

  Article written by Dylan Thinnes.  Cover image from AP Photo/ Martinez Monsivais. Net neutrality, as Winston Churchill could have put it, is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside of an enigma. It is a multifaceted problem propagated by a wide range of issues, involving such fundamental principles as freedom of speech, market innovation,…