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Hot Takes with MSU Presidential Candidate Giancarlo Dé-Re
Jan28

Hot Takes with MSU Presidential Candidate Giancarlo Dé-Re

Trisha Gregorio interviews MSU Presidential Candidate Giancarlo Dé-Re. Watch the video for some hot wings and hot takes: [Video Description: Trisha Gregorio sits down with MSU Presidential Candidate Giancarlo Dé-Re at Twelve Eighty for an interview. Trisha asked Giancarlo four questions as they ate wings of increasing heat and spice...

A Sil Second: Updates on Hamilton’s LRT Project
Jan16

A Sil Second: Updates on Hamilton’s LRT Project

Keep an eye out in next week’s print issue for a feature on Hamilton’s LRT project. For now, here are the updates: [Video descripton: Andrew Mrozowski, A&C Editor at the Sil, walks around campus to discuss updates on Hamilton’s LRT project.]...

Wake up to the Cartoon Revolution
Mar24

Wake up to the Cartoon Revolution

Cartoons have been on the rise lately. Adventure Time, Steven Universe, Gravity Falls and Over the Garden Wall have gained substantial followings in the past year, and this audience doesn’t look like it will be going anywhere any time soon. Sailor Moon got a reboot in commemoration of its 20th anniversary, and Digimon got a direct sequel. Tumblr has also witnessed the return of older cartoons, and bloggers are revisiting shows like...

[REVIEW] Firewatch will set your world alight
Mar17

[REVIEW] Firewatch will set your world alight

Firewatch is hands-down one of the most beautiful games I’ve ever encountered. I’d checked it out with zero idea what it would be about and what to expect, but the graphics of the start menu alone was all the convincing I needed to continue on. Firewatch is categorized under “first person adventure,” and it follows a fire lookout named Henry on his first few days on the job. The story is jump-started by the disappearance of two...

[REVIEW] The Little Prince Mark Osborne’s 2015 adaptation of The Little Prince reinterprets a poignant tale
Mar10

[REVIEW] The Little Prince Mark Osborne’s 2015 adaptation of The Little Prince reinterprets a poignant tale

Every year, I naively await the Oscars’ Best Animated Feature Film. Every year, Disney proves itself to be the most powerful force in the animated world, and every year, I nod and grudgingly agree as yet another Studio Ghibli film gets sidelined. With Pixar’s Inside Out setting the bar for animated films this year, Mark Osborne’s The Little Prince was released at the Cannes Film Festival with relatively minimal fanfare. However, I’ve...