Squid Game haunts and thrills

By Caroline Palermo, Staff Writer Trigger Warning: Violence, Spoilers Imagine you are given one minute to select a corner in a game of Four Corners. It doesn’t matter whether your strategy is tiptoeing to one or loudly stomping by all the other corners to draw attention to them, you just need to pick one. When the caller announces corner three, you breathe a sigh of relief, but the image of people in corner three being mercilessly gunned down will be engraved in the back of your mind. This continues for another eight minutes, and with each round, your heart races … Continue reading Squid Game haunts and thrills


By: Hana Priscu ~Feature Editor~ As college students, we all know the crushing weight of procrastination. Even when faced with the pressure of writing this article, my eyes would somewhat briefly slip to my phone to see what Tweetsnap or Facemessage I may have received, until the moment my looming deadline broke the trance. Since the dawn of man, humans have been playing stick ball rather than discovering fire, drinking barley instead of growing it and sitting around sipping tea rather than signing the Declaration of Independence. Little has changed in the years that followed, and little is likely to … Continue reading PROCRASTINATION