• Student Eats: Stella Public House hosts duel dining at a great price

    Student Eats: Stella Public House hosts duel dining at a great price

    Edgar Inda

    February 28, 2015

    Sitting in the middle of new housing developments in East Village, a shining new restaurant stands hidden in the scene of what appears to be a small retail office building. Stella Public House offers a surprisingly welcoming warm tone to its guests with a dual theme: a dark little secret and a couple of cool surprises. Located only half... READ MORE »»

    Stella Public House utilizes a woodfire oven to serve a variety of neo-Italian homestyle cuisine. Photo credit: Joe Kendall

  • Peeler peels off first conference win for Knights baseball

    Peeler peels off first conference win for Knights baseball

    David Pradel, Sports Editor

    February 27, 2015

    Through nine innings of play, sophomore starting pitcher Kyle Peeler led the Knights Baseball team to a 6-0 home victory against Southwestern College by throwing a complete game shutout with three strikeouts on Feb. 24. “(Going for the complete game) was in the back of my mind, I was just trying to get a win for the team. With this group of guys... READ MORE »»

    In the top of the ninth inning, Knights sophomore pitcher Kyle Peeler seals the 6-0 victory against Southwestern College by striking out Sammy Perez on Feb. 24 at Morley Field. Photo credit: David Pradel

    David Pradel

  • Perspective: I am ‘Fresh Off the Boat’ and American

    Perspective: I am ‘Fresh Off the Boat’ and American

    Richard Lomibao, Opinion Editor

    February 24, 2015

    I told my parents ABC was going to premiere a show based on an Asian-American family— they didn’t know what to expect. My dad immediately remembered the time when, comedian Margaret Cho’s “All-American Girl,” made television history. But the label “Fresh off the Boat” was frowned upon within my family and friends. “FOB” is a... READ MORE »»

    Official TV show poster. ABC.

  • Press Start: Free the beast

    Press Start: Free the beast

    Nowell Montejo, Co-Arts & Features Editor

    February 24, 2015

    The hunter and the hunted. It’s a concept that gamers are too familiar with. From the 1996 PC side-scrolling classic “Hunter Hunted” to Sucker Punch’s stellar 2009 release “inFAMOUS,” this gaming trope isn’t going away anytime soon. Turtle Rock Studios latest release, “Evolve,” takes that concept of hunter and hunted and turns... READ MORE »»

    In “Evolve” the player has the chance to choose to play as either one of the four hunters or the giant monster, with each choice having a different objective and outcome. Official image.

  • Random acts of club rush

    Random acts of club rush

    Franchesca Walker, Co-Arts & Features Editor

    February 24, 2015

    Students and clubs gathered in the new quad of the Arts and Humanities and Business Technology buildings for Club Rush. Organized by ASG and the Inter Club Council (ICC), the event took place Feb. 11-12 and featured booths from The Philosophy Club, Future Leaders Club and Visionary Feminists club. The theme for the event this semester was ‘Random... READ MORE »»

    Edward Yannaccone (right), President of the Philosophy and Cameron Kiplinger, Vice President, look to recruit sophomore mechanical engineering student Luis Garcia (left) during Club Rush on Feb. 12. Photo credit: Richard Lomibao

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Perspective: I am ‘Fresh Off the Boat’ and American

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