Student Videographer Brings Wingate Student-Athletes into Spotlight

By: Jared Overstreet, Staff Writer  Photo Credit:  Bailey Goforth Wingate University’s athletic program has grown rapidly over the past few years.  Wingate University’s athletic videographer, Julian Irigoyen, helps make sure that the sports teams are getting the attention they deserve. “My job is to create video content that promotes Wingate Athletics”, said Irigoyen, who leads a team with two other videographers, who are current and former … Continue reading Student Videographer Brings Wingate Student-Athletes into Spotlight

A Review on the new PlayStation 4 game Horizon: Zero Dawn

Danny Stueber, Staff Writer Horizon: Zero Dawn, Sony’s newest PlayStation 4 exclusive, takes little pieces from other open world games and improves upon all of them. As a result, it feels like a breath of fresh air in the genre. There are some minor hiccups along the 30-40-hour journey but overall the game shines in every sense of the word. Presentation The setting is that … Continue reading A Review on the new PlayStation 4 game Horizon: Zero Dawn

Love Your Melon sells Apparel for a Great Cause

Maggie Smith, Staff Writer College students have a lot on their plates from classes and meetings to internships and jobs, therefore time management is an essential skill. Any college student will attest to how stressful their busy and hectic schedules can be. However, college students across the country are willing to add more to their plates and are joining the organization, Love Your Melon. So why does … Continue reading Love Your Melon sells Apparel for a Great Cause

Review on the new Resident Evil 7 Biohazard

Danny Steuber, Staff Writer The Resident Evil franchise dates back to 1996 and has had multiple games whether being mainline or spin offs. They basically invented the survival horror genre with mechanics revolving around limited ammo and needing to survive dangerous enemies at the same time as needing to solve puzzles.   Then with Resident Evil 4-6, it became more of an action series with some … Continue reading Review on the new Resident Evil 7 Biohazard

Review: Two ‘new’ games were 10 years in the making

Danny Stueber, Staff Writer (both games were announced a decade ago yet released within a month of each other) Game development normally takes anywhere from 2-5 years and the quality can differ. A game made over a two-year cycle can be just as good and fun as one with that of a longer cycle but then you get the few games that end up in … Continue reading Review: Two ‘new’ games were 10 years in the making

Video Game Review: Titanfall 2

Which game is better? Danny Stueber, Staff Writer               Titanfall 2 improves on its predecessor on all fronts so much so that the first game does not even matter anymore. In my mind, this is the first game in the series and it’s amazing. Everything from movement, gameplay, unlockables, story, etc. are improved upon completely and it’s the game I have not been able to … Continue reading Video Game Review: Titanfall 2