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The Deaf: A way not to look at it

The Deaf: A way not to look at it

by Cody Reinhardtsen Misconceptions are infuriating, are they not? “Depression? You’re just being overdramatic. ADHD? It’s your choice to get distracted. OCD? Just stop, it’s not that hard. Dyslexia? They must be dumb if they cannot read. Any other sort of disability? I don’t understand them, but I will do my best to make assumptions based solely on ignorance. What […]

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Krystal Harris, Christian Monday and Jess Cornelius took the top three spots in this year's SGA Talent Show.

SGA Talent Show

by Stephen Guiffre The Blinn College Student Government Association hosted the organization’s annual Talent Show on March 10, 2015, with an attendance of approximately 300 students. For the second time, the first place winner of the Talent Show was Krystal Harris, who also won first place in the SGA show held in the fall semester 2014, winning first in back-to-back […]

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Feature 3

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Preview

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Preview

by Stephen Guiffre The final installment of the Metal Gear Solid franchise hits shelves worldwide this September. Previously known by the code name Naked Snake, Big Boss sets out on his final mission in the franchise that is meant to tie up all of the loose ends that will conclude the saga of Metal Gear Solid. Set in 1985 after […]

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Feature 4

Chappie: Unanswered Questions

Chappie: Unanswered Questions

by Cody Reinhardtsen   The concept of AI (Artificial Intelligence) has been represented in cinema for quite some time, now. While some of these movies attempt to depict AI in horrific ways, such as 2001: A Space Oddity and The Matrix, others have taken it upon themselves to explore a deeper level of the trope that identifies AI in a […]

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Kirby Peek, sophomore hurler from Jersey Village, rocks and fires against Angelina College. The Bucs won, 9=8-4.

Staff Report The Blinn Buccaneer baseball team will have its hands full for the remainder of April, hoping to close out the season strong as they bid for a playoff seeding. With an 18-19 overall record (9-17 in conference play), Blinn hosted Wharton in a double header April 15 in a pair of games slated to start at 3 and […]

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Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Preview

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Preview

by Stephen Guiffre The final installment of the Metal Gear Solid franchise hits shelves worldwide this September. Previously known by the code name Naked Snake, Big Boss sets out on his final mission in the franchise that is meant to tie up all of the loose ends that will conclude the saga of Metal Gear Solid. Set in 1985 after […]

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SGA Talent Show

Krystal Harris, Christian Monday and Jess Cornelius took the top three spots in this year's SGA Talent Show.

by Stephen Guiffre The Blinn College Student Government Association hosted the organization’s annual Talent Show on March 10, 2015, with an attendance of approximately 300 students. For the second time, the first place winner of the Talent Show was Krystal Harris, who also won first place in the SGA show held in the fall semester 2014, winning first in back-to-back […]

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The Deaf: A way not to look at it

The Deaf: A way not to look at it

by Cody Reinhardtsen Misconceptions are infuriating, are they not? “Depression? You’re just being overdramatic. ADHD? It’s your choice to get distracted. OCD? Just stop, it’s not that hard. Dyslexia? They must be dumb if they cannot read. Any other sort of disability? I don’t understand them, but I will do my best to make assumptions based solely on ignorance. What […]

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Chappie: Unanswered Questions

Chappie: Unanswered Questions

by Cody Reinhardtsen   The concept of AI (Artificial Intelligence) has been represented in cinema for quite some time, now. While some of these movies attempt to depict AI in horrific ways, such as 2001: A Space Oddity and The Matrix, others have taken it upon themselves to explore a deeper level of the trope that identifies AI in a […]

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Hoops: Balanced Blinn Has High Hopes

Hoops: Balanced Blinn Has High Hopes

By Jordan Boutte The Blinn Buccaneer men’s basketball team has started this year with promising expectations. There is a big difference between last year’s 2013-14 men’s team and this year’s 2014-15 team. In this month’s issue, we will be discussing the array of weapons at Coach Scott Schumacher’s disposal, how the new transfer adapted coming from a division one college […]

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A Semester in Retrospect

A Semester in Retrospect

By Stephen Giuffre The fall 2014 semester has certainly been one to remember. This time around I feel like I have finally found a way to get done what needs to be done in order to pass my classes effectively. The last two semesters were difficult for me, because I could never establish a good way to stay on top […]

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