Opinion Column: The Grammys are a Sham

By Erin Robinson On Sunday, on March 14th of 2021, the 63rd annual Grammy Awards took place, recognizing artists from all genres for their musical talent and abilities. Notable events, such as Beyoncé now having the most Grammys awarded, or performances from groups including BTS and Black Puma, made the night much more exciting. However, that isn’t to say that the

Review: Gale of Darkness

“To catch them is their real test; to train them is their cause.” Pokemon fans are now celebrating 25 years of the franchise’s initial 1996 Japanese release, with more products and advertising than you could ever imagine. From cereal boxes, to T-shirts and stuffed animals, the Pokémon craze hasn’t diminished in popularity since its debut. Among  their slew of main-series games, where

Game Review: Pokémon Sword and Shield Features Creatures in Frigid Wasteland

By Erin Robinson On October 22nd, 2020, the company of Nintendo launched a downloadable content (DLC) update to Pokémon Sword and Shield: a popular role-playing game released on November 15th, 2019. Nearly a year later, the second downloadable content, the Crown Tundra, was released. While not nearly as anticipated as its previous update, the Isle of Armor, the Crown Tundra takes players into