Business Manager Brendan Flaherty reviews the finale of Disney+ original “Loki” season two, which premiered on June 9th, 2021. The season finale provides a satisfying conclusion to Loki’s story, marking a seemingly final chapter for the character. New and existing characters, including Mobius and Sylvie, play significant roles in the season. Continue reading The Loki Finale: A Satisfying Conclusion
Epic Games is facing backlash for introducing a new feature in Fortnite that requires Creative map developers to rate their islands, impacting the visibility of certain cosmetic items. Its inconsistencies and mass blocking of cosmetics, including loading screens and outfits not deemed “age appropriate,” have infuriated players, with some calling it the worst update in the game’s history. Continue reading Epic Games Restricts Players from Wearing Certain Fortnite Cosmetics in Creative Islands
The Hunger Games series, introduced by Suzanne Collins in 2008, birthed the YA dystopian craze. In 2020, Collins revived the franchise with the prequel, “The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes,” focusing on President Snow’s origin, which has now in 2023 been release in theaters as a film adaptation. Join Photography Manager Rena Danho as she takes you through all the ups and downs of the movie. Continue reading The Games Aren’t Over Yet
A photography club is coming UMass Dartmouth! Despite challenges in attracting members and meeting the 10-member threshold for official recognition, initial meetings have drawn in students from across all majors and years. The club expects official recognition next semester as long as it can acquire a treasurer, an advisor, and a finalized constitution.
Continue reading The Photo Club Comes to UMass Dartmouth
The Student Media Collaborative (SMC) at UMass Dartmouth is holding its first media boot camp on podcasting on November 15th. The initiative aims to boost student voices and offer practical skills for budding podcasters. Furthermore, the SMC plans to host more learning events, create more episodes and programs, and provide internships and communication opportunities for students across all fields.
Continue reading The SMC: A New Opportunity for Students Who Want Their Voices to Be Heard
UMass Dartmouth Theatre Company’s 16th Annual Broadway Revue, themed “good versus evil,” with performances from an array of popular Broadway musicals. Despite minor technical difficulties and an unexpected cancellation, it was a roaring success with a well-received collection of iconic songs brought to life by a talented cast of students. Continue reading UMass Dartmouth Theatre Company Hosts 16th Annual Broadway Revue
The seventh season of popular adult cartoon, Rick and Morty, commenced amidst skepticism post its co-creator Justin Roiland’s departure over charges of domestic violence. New voice actors, Harry Belden and Ian Cardoni, took the place of Roiland, irking some long-term fans who found the writing lacking and humor forced. Continue reading Fans Unsure of Rick and Morty Season Seven Due to New Voice Actors
After an 11-year hiatus, Nintendo launched a new 2D Mario game, titled “Super Mario Bros. Wonder,” featuring an innovative art style and level designs. Despite its commendable graphics, novel power-ups, and revitalized level design, which introduces the unique wonder seed mechanic. Continue reading Nintendo’s Super Mario Bros. Wonder Plants Itself as a Hit
The WGA and SAG-AFTRA have reached an agreement with The Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers after a prolonged strike. However, the resumption of TV and movie production is likely to be slow due to logistical issues and SAG-AFTRA’s deal still needing approval. Continue reading The WGA and SAG-AFTRA Have Reached an Agreement – So Now What?
The popular horror game franchise, Five Nights at Freddy’s, released a movie based on the game’s lore on October 27th. Though not completely accurate to the original storyline due to content limitations, the film stays true to the series’ essence, thrilling its dedicated fans. The adaptation incorporates elements such as suspenseful encounters with familiar animatronics and hidden easter eggs, providing a new narrative to explore. It seems like it will be more popular among fans than viewers unfamiliar with the games. Continue reading Is The Five Nights at Freddy’s Movie Worth the Hype?