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Video Games Courses That Teach

R.J. Huneke February 22, 2010

What is it about gaming that enthralls the senses, and in many ways, transcends more well known forms of popular culture? What role do video games play in many people’s lives as they continue to...

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Professor Billy Collins’ Look at “Aimless Love”

R.J. Huneke December 2, 2009

' Throughout the myriad traversing of 'love' poetry, one can come across the starkly unique views of Billy Collins with his work 'Aimless Love,' and be refreshed with this author who brings something new to the craft.

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Video Games as Art and History

R.J. Huneke November 4, 2009

' Video games are their own art, and one can study them from a variety of different perspectives aside from just the historical one.

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Dropping the Ball

R.J. Huneke October 20, 2009

The 2009 MLB American League Championship series game two, between the Anaheim Angels and the New York Yankees at the new Yankee Stadium, should have been a classic.

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The Art of the Human Body

R.J. Huneke October 19, 2009

There is a reason that the uninhibited naked female form is a staple of any reputable art program.The female body is studied as art, because the female body is art. There should be little surprise that...

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Buyer Beware

R.J. Huneke September 18, 2009

This summer's big blockbuster 'X-Men Origins: Wolverine' came out on DVD this past Tuesday, and for those who are thinking of buying it: don't.' I do not know what is worse watching a movie that is terrible from the onset until you are dragged through to the end, or seeing a fairly decent flick that pulls you in until the last third of the picture, where it totally and utterly goes to hell.

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LOST at Stony Brook

R.J. Huneke September 10, 2009

As an educated transfer to the island of Stony Brook, 'Jack' would like to put in his informal request '- through this tale '- to have the school put up a great many more signs (and accurate ones too). One could hope that this might have a positive affect on the numerous LOST individuals that tramp here daily (some of who, when interviewed anonymously, claimed that they still have trouble finding things amongst the infinite maze walls, despite being natives here for years).

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