Great Odin’s raven! Another academic year is at its end. How did that happen? Wasn’t I just preparing for the rapture, the end of the Mayan calendar, Valentine’s Day?
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You see, when I was a young boy at the age of three, my parents wanted to pull a prank on me. They thought that it would be funny to take me to see “Jurassic Park,” grab a large popcorn, sit back and enjoy watching my reactions to Velociraptors and a T-Rex hunting pre-teens and archaeologists.
The dangerous parking lots of Oakland leave their mark…on my car’s doors. Throughout the nearly four years that I’ve been an Oakland student, I’ve learned a lot of things about the campus. Here are a few examples of the things that I’ve learned.
Through working with the Small Business and Technology Development Centers, Doyle had the opportunity to work with the One Stop Shop Business Center. When the center’s previous director left in November, Doyle was asked to lead interim while the center interviewed prospective candidates. Shortly after that, he was selected to fill the position.
The Michigan Pinball Expo is coming to the Oakland Center’s Banquet Rooms April 4-7.
I don’t know about any of the other Netflix addicts out there, but I’m pretty sure that I’m being haunted by the buffering symbol. To be specific my dreams have stopped mid-sentence in order to load the rest, and even worse than that, sometimes they’ve gone from HD to Standard-Def in an instant.
Dead Space 3 was released earlier this month with a substantial buildup of hype and anticipation. But is the buzz surrounding this title justified? Do the zombie-like necromorphs still pose a challenge? And is it actually scary?
To my fellow Valentine’s Day-daters out there, it is a well known fact that the stress of a date can be similar to that of an exam. So here is the study guide.
Now, for the record, I am the type of gamer who mostly plays video games that contain a certain level of difficulty and/or an intricate storyline. So when Journey was released, I chose to ignore it because I had assumed that it would be a short and relatively easy game that wasn’t worth my time or money. To my surprise, I was proven horribly wrong.