Aditya Prakash

Associate Editor | [email protected] Aditya Prakash (20C) is from Dubai, United Arab Emirates, pursuing a double major in neuroscience and behavioral biology and philosophy. He enjoys playing 16-bit indie games and arguing for his pronunciation of the word schedule. He half-jokingly aims to one day join The Onion or Clickhole, but until then he will continue to serve the Wheel.

‘Bandersnatch’ Hints at Interactive Experiences to Come

The first video game that ever blew my mind was “Chrono Trigger,” Square Enix’s legendary 16-bit Japanese Role-Playing Game (JRPG), originally released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES). What resonated with me was the plethora of choices I could make through the game’s time-travel mechanic that would significantly impact the story’s trajectory. Through this [...]

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Crossword | 2.6.19

  Click here for the answers Across 1. Ronald Reagan’s “Star Wars” program. 4. Acronym for road that spans the Americas. 7. Visual language. 10. Slang word for oxycodone. 12. Serious attention. 13. Red-white-yellow cords. 14. Game to help learn names. 17. Latin for "matter" or "thing." 18. To strongly express disapproval. 19. Kraus, Brie, [...]

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Crossword | 12.5.18

Click here for the answers. Across 1. LSAT, GRE, GMAT, MCAT, ACT. 5. Odd person; Joker; Checking an ID. 9. Buckwheat noodles often served chilled. 13. Spanish appetizer. 14. Denoted with lightbulb. 15. Clapton, Andre, Trump. 16. Pedantic, nit-picky. 17. Common practice before spending 9 hours at the library. 20. Terrapin, Sweet Water 420, Jekyll [...]

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Crossword | 11.28.18

Click here for the answers. Across 1. "___, ___, you shot me down." 5. Polite party prerequisite. 9. To spread smells. 13. One, two, buckle my ____. 14. ‘80s TV series with Mr. T. 16. Indonesian tourist destination. 17. Rock, Lazlo, Walden. 18. Juvenile comeback. 19. ____ of passage. 20. Unit denoting one-trillionth. 22. “Ladies [...]

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Editors’ Top Albums for Finals Week

Any Pixar motion picture soundtrack Annie Uichanco, Sports Editor Courtesy of Dan Goldwasser As a music composition major, it’s hard to listen to other music when you’re writing your own, so I rarely listen to music when I study. But when I study, I usually play film scores as background noise. Whenever I watch a [...]

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