All posts by "Daniel Park"

It’s no secret that Emory’s online services can be glitchy. For example, Emory’s Xfinity on Campus service often crashes midway through a broadcast and OPUS’ impossible-to-navigate interface stalls tremendously during ...

Recently, Duncan Cock Foster levelled accusations against the Emory administration in his op-ed, “Emory’s War on Greek Life.” The flawed article argues that Greek life is “persecuted” by Emory administrators. ...

With several highly anticipated Triple-A releases like “Mass Effect: Andromeda” or “For Honor,” it’s easy to overlook smaller indie games; they struggle to gain visibility and traction without big developer ...

Nowadays, video games seem so focused on creating pristine graphics indistinguishable from reality. These 3D models of people and stunning environments allow game developers to create film-like narratives in which ...

No character has quite defined the mystery genre like Sherlock Holmes. Beyond Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s renowned adventures, the character’s stories have been reimagined countless times. One beloved interpretation is ...

After a quiet few years with only occasional public appearances, Dave Chappelle took the Saturday Night Live (SNL) stage to enthusiastic cheers and whistles. After thanking the audience a few ...

In this day and age, when someone hears about a video game concerning alien invasions and the efforts of one man and his team of operatives to bring down the ...

As one of the most popular shows in CW’s DC Universe, it is only fitting that The Flash is the first of the four superhero shows (Arrow, The Flash, Legends ...

When the Student Programming Council (SPC) announced this year’s Homecoming lineup, their selections were met with mixed reactions. Some screamed in excitement when they heard that Smash Mouth would be ...