Is It Too Late to Play ‘Sorry’?

Justin Beiber reveals true meaning behind song In a dramatic new interview, Justin Bieber has revealed that his big hit “Sorry” is actually about a game night gone horribly wrong. “Sorry” was originally believed to be about Bieber’s breakup with Selena Gomez. “In a way, that’s true,” Bieber said, choking back tears. “Selena was at […]

Apple vs. the FBI

When government and technology intersect dangerously On Dec. 2, 2015, 14 were killed and 22 injured in a mass shooting in San Bernardino, California. The act was cited as terrorism after CNN reported that ISIS claimed the shooters were their supporters. This came less than a month after a terrorist attack on Paris that killed […]

To Be Kept

by Erika Walsh Otto has had too much to drink. He is cradling a white bunny in his arms. Her nose is twitching and she is nibbling at his fingers. If this were a piece of classic literature, the bunny would symbolize something — like purity, or loss of innocence. Otto whispers, I will never […]

RAW FROM THE SAW: Street Fighter V

By Will Uhl Undeniably Street Fighter’s strongest entry so far, Street Fighter V makes its rapid-paced mind games more accessible without compromising its depth. However, a thick layer of unpolished and altogether lacking features line the solid core. To what degree this is a problem depends on your experience level with Street Fighter. If you’ve […]

The Sport of Stadium Building

How new venues cost cities and taxpayers in the long run In 2013, Pacific Standard Magazine reported that “over the past 20 years, 101 new sports facilities have opened in the United States — a 90 percent replacement rate — and almost all of them have received direct public funding.” What we’ve seen in recent […]


by Gavin Dubois I can’t seem to keep my mind away from the ballpark. Not because I’m one of those kids that was bred on movies like Angels in the Outfield. Not because my mother ever had to call me in for dinner far past the sun’s au revoir from the sky. Those were the […]