International Women’s Festival in the Pacific Northwest

The scent of lavender wafted from one of the many vendor tables lining the hallway of Gaiser Hall as people milled around, chatted and helped themselves to a lunch of seitan sandwiches, quinoa and salad. The ring of a Tibetan singing bowl radiated through the room, calling for everyone to gather back to their seats… Continue reading International Women’s Festival in the Pacific Northwest

Jobless Future

Reading the book, “Rise of the Robots”, by Martin Ford can give a whole new perspective of what the future will bring forth. Written with lots of research and informational resources, in my opinion the author hatefully tells the reader that the creation of automation will be the last nail in the coffin of this… Continue reading Jobless Future

Three Controversial Speakers hold Open Forum at PSU

Written by: Jr Bundy and Andrew Gebe Friday, at Portland State University Dave Rubin hosted a seminar discussing free speech and political correctness on college campuses. Philosophy professors Christina Hoff Sommers and Peter Boghossian joined Rubin on stage for the discussion in front of nearly 400 audience members. The event was $15 to attend but… Continue reading Three Controversial Speakers hold Open Forum at PSU

What’s in a Game: 45 Years of Video Games

Video games have come a long way in the 45 years they’ve been published and marketed to consumers across the world on more platforms than most people would even believe actually existed. With each new generation, technical advancements have propelled this “hobby” so far into the mainstream that game development budgets within the triple-A industry… Continue reading What’s in a Game: 45 Years of Video Games