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‘Superliminal’ Offers a Whole New Perspective

‘Superliminal’ Offers a Whole New Perspective

(Photo courtesy of Nintendo) Vernon Gibbs Connector Staff “Superliminal” is what would happen if “Inception” was a platformer. Released on November 5 by Pillow Castle on all consoles, “Superliminal” is a puzzle platform game reminiscent of the “Portal” series by Valve. The player follows a character through their dreams, controlling the environment by where they

‘Spider-Man: Miles Morales’: 2020’s most anticipated sequel in the video game world

(Photo Courtesy of PlayStation) Brigid Archibald Connector Editor Insomniac Games continues its love letter to Spider-Man in its second game, “Spider-Man: Miles Morales.” Two years after the launch of “Spider-Man,” the game was released on both the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. “Miles Morales” lives up to its predecessor in almost every way, from the

Student Spotlight: Grayson Owens, Co-founder of Gray-Mitch Productions

(Photo Courtesy from Grayson Owens) Robert Saquet Connector Contributor The influence and impact that the internet has had over our lives is undeniable. Through social media, streaming sites, and many other platforms, the internet has brought us together and increased accessibility in ways that once seemed like pure science-fiction. Actors, writers and artists are now

“The Witches” movie mixes humor and horror in this recent adaption of a Roald Dahl classic

(Photo Courtesy of IMDb) Kaliisha Cole Connector Editor Originally published as a children’s book in 1983, Roald Dahl’s “The Witches” gets revisited as an HBO Max movie adaptation. The film was released on Oct. 22 and stars Anne Hathaway and Octavia Spencer. Directed by Robert Zemeckis, the director behind the “Back to the Future” movies,

Katrina Leno’s “Horrid”: A new whimsical, young adult horror released in time for this Halloween season

(Photo Courtesy from Little, Brown and Company) Kaliisha Cole Connector Editor Set in Bells Hollow, Maine, this latest psychological horror novel will have readers fearing the smell of roses and leave them suspicious of what lies behind closed doors. “Horrid” by Katrina Leno takes the typical ghost story and twists the genre with a unique

‘Among Us’ Vents into the Spotlight

(Photo Courtesy of InnerSloth) Vernon Gibbs Connector Staff “Among Us” is the best advertisement for John Carpenter’s 1982 film “The Thing” to date. First released on June 15, 2018 to Android and iOS, “Among Us” has seen a rapid resurgence in popularity in late 2020. “Among Us” is an online roleplaying game meant for anywhere

“Every Body Looking” by Candice Iloh: The debut young adult novel in verse that preaches the power of loving oneself

(Photo Courtesy of Penguin Random House) Kaliisha Cole Connector Editor On Sept. 22, new Young Adult novel in verse, “Every Body Looking”, was released by debut author, Candice Iloh. The novel’s structure of verses was unique while also reading like a typical prose novel, tackling the topics of starting college, family drama, body image issues

‘Tickets to My Downfall’ by Machine Gun Kelly and Travis Barker: The new pop-punk album from a drumming icon and a former rapper

(Photo Courtesy from Machinegunkelly.com) Kaliisha Cole Connector Editor Pop punk is hitting the music scene in 2020 with the release of “Tickets to My Downfall” by Machine Gun Kelly and Blink-182’s Travis Barker. The album was released on Sept. 25 and has received a lot of attention. This track features 15 raw and energetic songs

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