AIA welcomes community members to traditional dance

Native American dancers travel from across the state to participate in the popular event.  Photo by D.J. Gosnell

  Submitted by Alan Neitzel, AIA   The Second Annual Contest Powwow will be held at 2 p.m. April 13 in the Student Center and is open to the campus. Organizers are hoping to replicate the success of last year’s powwow that saw dancers from around the state and actors Eddie and Michael Spears. The […]

Unlocking creativity through Magic

Pictured left to right: Mason Meyer, Steve Wolbert and Jimmy Barnes pit their play skills and deck building creativity against each other in a game of Magic: The Gathering. Photo by Logan Pierce

By: Logan Pierce, Editor-in-Chief Why does the collectible card game (CCG) Magic: the Gathering appeal to some students? Unlike the Pokémon or Yu-Gi-Oh CCGs, there’s no video game or anime to help promote sales of Magic. Its popularity is the result of the game itself. Shuffle and cut In 1993, when Richard Garfield created the […]

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