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  • Thir13en Ghosts (5/4/2016) - This movie released in 2001 is a remake of William Castle’s classic horror film about a family that inherits an old house from an eccentric uncle. Unfortunately for Tony Shalhoub’s character and his family, their new home seems to have an agenda of its own. This story takes the viewer on a hair raising and suspense […]
  • Ink Master (5/4/2016) - This TV series hosted on Spike TV began in 2012 and is currently in it’s 7th season. Like the title states the show is all about ink and tattooing. in this show 15 tattoo artists gather from across the country to show case their skills and compete against their peers for a chance at the […]
  • The Seven Deadly Sins (5/3/2016) - This anime has been out since 2014 and honestly each time I came across it I just skipped over it, something about it just didn’t seem very interesting or original. However a few days ago a friend of mine suggested I give it a shot and so I started to watch the series. Despite my […]
  • Ajin: Demi-Human (5/2/2016) - For full disclosure I have not finished the first season of series as of yet, however only four episodes in and i have plenty of things to say about the Anime. First of all I think that it covers a lot of issues that everyday people grapple with, especially teenagers like the main character is […]
  • DelVal Sports Interview (4/11/2016) - Jordan Livingston Year: Sophomore Position: Started as a Safety but moved to Corner and Linebacker because he and coaches feel he excels mentally at the game of football. Member of the Dance Team   Football Experience at DelVal: Freshman year he came in thinking that he was going to start. Then reality hit and he […]
  • Attack on Titan (4/11/2016) - (Before I begin reviewing the Anime I would like to point out that the Anime is subbed so for those of you who hate on any series that isn’t dubbed… this is not for you! ) I binge watched every one of the 25 episodes over my last break. Seriously once you start watching it […]
  • A Couple Tips for Traveling (4/11/2016) - I have had the privilege to travel a lot of different places both inside and outside of the U.S. Recently (yesterday) my parents left for a 3 1/2 week vacation in Rome and already i am getting SOS messages and phone calls. Today i spent many hours canceling my fathers brand new android phone because […]
  • Trust (4/3/2016) - By far trust is the easiest thing to loose and the hardest thing to get back. Without it any and all relationships in life will fail. I have been blessed to find a partner who i have spent over 5 wonderful years with, and that would not have happened if we did not trust each […]
  • Brilliant App (4/3/2016) - One of my all time favorite apps to use is SnapChat. Snap Chat is a video messaging app that was created by Evan Spiegal, Bobby Murphy and Frank Reginald. One of the most interesting things about SnapChat is that it is constantly evolving. The app started pretty basic, allowing the users to send (what i […]
  • 1408 (4/3/2016) - This 2007 psychological/ horror film directed by  Mikael Håfström is well worth the time spent watching it. The film itself is 1:44 minutes long, but it is constantly keeping the viewers on their toes and invested in the plot. The movie is about a character by the name of Mike Enslin (John Cusack) who is […]
  • Delval SWC (3/21/2016) - Having transferred into Delval last year, I have only been able to participate in 2 of the conferences and it is actually quite sad that next year I will only be a spectator. The Student Writing Conference is the one event on campus that I look forward to going to and being a part of. […]
  • Phone App of the Week (3/16/2016) - Game of Dice is a game developed by JoyCity Corps and is the only game that I have played that successfully had brought the childhood joy and frustration that I felt while playing Monopoly and turned it into a forum that is complex enough to hold my interest as an adult. The game is filled […]
  • Spring Break Week @ Delval (3/7/2016) - As every student at Delval is aware, it is spring break! Meaning there are no classes Monday, March 7 – Friday, March 11. So enjoy your breaks everyone and catch up on some much needed rest! One event that is still happening during the week: Thursday, March 10 is the Land Ethics Symposium: The event is […]
  • Minecraft (2/29/2016) - I have to say that I absolutely love this game. Not only does it give me a platform in video gaming that allows me to play on equal footing with my son who is almost 9, but it also allows for growth in the creative engineering of every gamer. Playing the version for X-Box 360 […]
  • American Horror Story Hotel (2/28/2016) - One of my favorite things about the American Horror Story series is that each season stands on its own rather than building off of it’s previous seasons. Unfortunately for most American Horror Story fans, season 5 was nothing short of a disappointment. In fact the only thing that was done well was the costuming. It […]
  • Dance at Delval (2/21/2016) - I recently had the privilege to interview the current President/ Captain of the dance team, Johanna Marano. It became apparent during the interview that Delval has a responsibility to support the passion of its students and that there needs to be a greater investment in the arts. Johanna was kind enough to give me a […]
  • Parking Problems (2/21/2016) - Dear Delval University, I might be wrong, but I feel as though all student and staff at the school are entitled to a high level of safety. I would like to see that the large sums of money that I pay each semester in tuition, along with the $80 each year I have to shell […]
  • Time for Progress! Middle-Out Economics (2/15/2016) - “This growing inequality isn’t just morally wrong; it’s bad economics. When middle-class families have less to spend, businesses have fewer customers. When wealth concentrates at the very top, it can inflate unstable bubbles that threaten the economy. When the rungs on the ladder of opportunity grow farther apart, it undermines the very essence of this country.” – […]
  • 4 Adult Fantasy Series Worth Reading (2/15/2016) - My hope in posting this is to introduce you to a series, and in effect a world that is all together new. So often I over hear other students referencing fantasy novels or a series like Game of Thrones (great series) or The Magicians (not a fan) and I wonder how masterpieces such as these […]