App-ditction: Two Dots By: Stephanie Hoover

I only have a problem if I admit it, right? If you’re looking for a new basic app game download Two Dots and tinker away. The objects are different with each level. Sometimes you’re trying to “break glass” and sometimes you’re trying to get all of the anchors to the bottom, but it all hinges on connecting two or more dots. And it’s better if … Continue reading App-ditction: Two Dots By: Stephanie Hoover

Netflix Binge: Grace and Frankie By: Stephanie Hoover

After forty years of marriage Grace and Frankie find out that their husbands are not announcing their retirements at dinner, but are announcing that they’re leaving Grace and Frankie to be with each other. Robert and Sol’s partnership for twenty years has not been strictly limited to that of business and now they’re finally ready for “the next chapter” of their lives. Grace and Frankie … Continue reading Netflix Binge: Grace and Frankie By: Stephanie Hoover

SOLITAIRE By: Laura Winton

She sat in front of the computer while words ran in a steady stream through her head like a teletype reporting news or stock quotes.  Stories, anecdotes, metaphors, whole poems would pass through while she sat impassive, as if refusing to swat at a swarm of buzzing flies.  She sat still, moving only her wrist and forearm, wordlessly placing cards on cards on the screen. … Continue reading SOLITAIRE By: Laura Winton

You Can’t Avoid Politics By: Margaret Laupp

If this election year is notable for anything (besides the increase of interest toward 3rd parties) it’s the activity among the voting public. There are fewer and fewer people trying to avoid the election or political talk altogether, which is something that aggravated me in previous elections. Because you simply can’t avoid politics. Now this isn’t me saying that you have to be all about … Continue reading You Can’t Avoid Politics By: Margaret Laupp

LaGarrette Blount: From Trouble to Stardom By: Dan Dankert

I still remember my first memory of LeGarrette. I was in high school. Every morning, I always had some breakfast, a cup of coffee and watched Sports Center. It was here that I saw the replay of Blount punching the Boise State player after Oregon was upset by Boise State. For an immature high school boy obsessed with football I of course freaked out and … Continue reading LaGarrette Blount: From Trouble to Stardom By: Dan Dankert