Month: September 2011

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Dance upon the mirror’s edge in this parkour-inspired first-person romp!

Mirror’s Edge By Electronic Arts, DICE (EA Digital Illusions Creative Entertainment) Genre: First-person platforming with parkour (free-running) Rating: Teen for Blood, Language, Violence Stark cityscapes and fast movements await you in this early 2009 game from the Swedish makers of the Battlefield series of tactical shooters! Faith is a Runner, an illicit courier who, along...

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More oldschool-inspired games for fun and nostalgia!

Oldschool FPS’s! I’ve talked before about my disillusionment with the games industry ignoring its roots, and praised independent game developers for making games which are more or less tributes to those old times. Well, again our indie friends don’t fail to entertain, and here I’ll discuss two first-person shooters just released this week that definitely...

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New fashion tips for the new year!

Veronica da Voe Goldsmith The Corsair  Starting a new semester of school, whether you are a new or returning student, can be a challenge. You’re faced with a ton of decisions. What should I major in? What classes should I take? Should I join a campus organization or club? The last thing you want to...

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Deluna Fest Band Profile: Ladytron

by Raymond Knott Few bands have been able to achieve the widespread acclaim and notoriety that Ladytron enjoys while simultaneously managing to avoid the watering down that comes with attaining huge commercial success. Touring with such a varied lineup, including Brian Eno, Nine Inch Nails, The Presets, Simian, Franz Ferdinand, and The Faint, even doing...

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Explore a lush tropical island with zombies around every corner!

Dead Island By Techland, Deep Silver Genre: First-person survival horror RPG Multiplayer: up to 4 players! Rating: Mature for Blood and Gore, Drug Reference, Intense Violence, Sexual Themes, Strong Language, Use of Alcohol The beautiful tropical island resort of Banoi has recently gotten a whole lot deadlier… The relentless hordes of the undead have somehow...

Arbitration hearing concludes for former faculty member
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Arbitration hearing concludes for former faculty member

Tim Ajmani – The Corsair The arbitration hearing for former Pensacola State College Employee, Robert Michael Ardis, was held last week from Aug. 29-31 at the Pensacola campus. Ardis was suspended without pay in December, 2010 year amid allegations that he presented the college with a degree from a non-accredited institution that he claimed to...

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Sneak through one of our world’s darkest periods in this glitchy but enjoyable game

Velvet Assassin By Replay Studios and SouthPeak Games Genre: Third-person sneaker Rating: Mature for Blood, Intense Violence, Strong Language, Use of Drugs Back during World War II, Violette Szabo was a British secret agent in charge of a French Resistance in Nazi-occupied France. She performed two covert ops missions before being captured, interrogated and executed...