The education system continues to be the first affected by global economic crises as it endures budget cuts over $2 billion toward higher education.
Day: October 20, 2011
How is it that we as mankind disassociate ourselves from the laws of nature?
The world recently lost a man who was an innovator, a genius, and a visionary. American legend Steve Jobs. The world mourns the loss of a man that many refer to as being the 21st century’s Thomas Edison
There is an epidemic plaguing the United States, and it’s called poverty. Its No. 1 casualty?
Children, and it’s hitting close to home. An estimated 16.4 million children are starving while funding across the nation is rapidly decreasing.
From the makers of “Wolfenstein 3D” (the grandfather game of first-person shooters) comes “Rage,” a role-playing first-person shooter, from ID software, that gamers don’t want to miss.
Creativity is all about inventing, experimenting and having fun.
Friendly competition for a good cause was the goal of the Multi-Cultural Advisory Council when they announced an iCans competition would be taking place Tuesday, Oct. 11 at Riverside City College.
The thing about “The Thing” is that the only difference between the old “Thing” and the new “Thing” is special effects.
John Carpenter’s “The Thing” took place in an Antarctic American base where the new one was Norwegian.
Surprisingly this movie is not a direct remake.
Gaming has come a long way since Nintendo’s release of “The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past,” considered one of the best games ever made.
With all the pop stars, rock shows and big name singing sensations stealing all the spotlight in the entertainment industry, it is really refreshing to see a performer bring something as vibrantly new and artistically multi-faceted as “Benise: The Spanish Guitar.”
Every October, pink ribbons can be seen everywhere in support of those who have suffered from breast cancer, and to search for a cure.