Keeping Heroes Safe in a Storm

By: Briana Hicks COVID-19 has shifted the atmosphere within the nation, leaving Americans to view the meaning behind essential differently. On the front lines, working long hours and extra shifts is grocery workers. They have become the staple point and necessity to ensure that Americans everywhere have access to the things that supply and provide […]

UNLV Upsets No. 4 San Diego State

Saturday afternoon the Runnin’ Rebels defeated the undefeated in the Mountain West Conference, taking down the Aztecs, 66-63, in the Viejas Arena. The No. 4 ranked Aztecs were the highest-ranked opponent UNLV has defeated on the road since 1991. This was a revenge win for the Rebels after falling just short to the Aztecs at home in late January, 71-67.

Hiatus Season

By Charles Williams The 2019-2020 NBA season has been suspended since March 11th, 2020 after Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert tested positive for COVID-19. NBA commissioner Adam Silver addressed the situation by shutting the season down until further notice. It’s been two months since there has been an NBA game played with this pandemic spreading […]

Child Endangerment

By Charles Williams The documentary of Gabriel Fernández has blown up all over social media. The case of the eight-year-old boy who was murder by his mother and her boyfriend is now on Netflix. A little boy was taken away from the world too early, because of a weak system ran by LA County. No […]

NBA All-Star Weekend

By Charles Williams Back in February, NBA All-Star Weekend was making a lot of noise with all the events that took place in Chicago. Saturday, February 14th the dunk contest would stir up commotion about how the judges picked the wrong winner again. The contest included 2x Dunk champion Dwight Howard of the Los Angeles […]

A New Home

By Charles Williams The year is 2000 the New England Patriots just selected their franchise quarterback for the next 20 years. Tom Brady, a sixth-round pick out of the University of Michigan would be the face of the NFL for the next two decades. Bill Belichick put his trust into Brady after his first super […]

30 Years of Handhelds. How Nintendo Dominated the Portable Market.

By: Francis Guese (Image source: IGN) In this age of quarantine, entertainment reigns king. People of the world suddenly have more time on their hands than they know how to deal with. Video games are an essential pastime to help make the days go by quicker. Handhelds dominated the video game market in the early […]

Why Quibi Hasn’t Taken Off

by Trey Arline It is perfectly fine to ask one or two questions about Quibi: either “what is Quibi” or “how do I make their Youtube ads stop?” The new streaming service boasts some impressive leaders and money. Founded by Dreamworks CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg and former Disney exec Meg Whitman, Quibi is focused on providing […]

Sports At a Standstill

by Trey Arline The NBA is debating on whether or not to cancel one of its best seasons in nearly a decade. The NFL Draft went virtual rather than the fountains of the Bellagio. Two European soccer teams ended their seasons entirely. The threat of the coronavirus has all but consumed every aspect of public […]

Off the Grid Virtual Travel

By Matisse Johnson Around the world, millions of people are staying indoors to slow the spread of COVID-19. For adventurous spirits, it’s a burning question of when we will travel again and the proper safety restrictions that will be faced. Many have had to cancel spring and summer trips, and remain hopeful for fall. We […]

Parasite: the Future of Asian Representation in American Media

By: Tahnee Riddick For decades there has been a minimal amount of Asian representation in Western media, but with the release of South Korean film Parasite, new grounds have been paved for Asian entertainers.  Following the film’s release on Aug 30 2019, many were able to witness the masterpiece of Director, Bong Joon-ho. He shared […]