Prior to the Student Life Cinema Gaming Committee’s annual Noles Play for Child’s Play charity event, I had the opportunity to interview Joshua Miller, the main chair of the Gaming Committee and a … [Read more...] about Noles Play For Child’s Play: Gaming For A Good Cause
Prior to his lecture at Florida State University, “Gaming the Educational System: A Talk With A Game Developer,” I had the opportunity to speak to Ron Weaver, the developer in question. Weaver works … [Read more...] about Learning Through (Entertaining) Play: An Interview With Ron Weaver
As part of their Golden Tribe Lecture Series, the Student Government Association and Union Productions brought former DEA agents Steve Murphy and Javier Peña to Florida State University. Murphy and … [Read more...] about The Truth Behind Narcos: A Conversation with Steve Murphy and Javier Peña
“NASA spent millions of dollars inventing the ball-point pen so they could write in space. The Russians took a pencil.” ― Will Chabot For more than 50 years, governments of the world have poured … [Read more...] about Fly Me To The Moon: The Rise of Private Space Flight
Animals make up a wide portion of our society. Trained animals are used by the military, law enforcement, and disabled individuals. From companionship to technical expertise, our world is filled with … [Read more...] about Why Can’t Dogs Vote?
For Americans, mythical creatures and superstition tend to play at most a minor role in society and day-to-day life. With the exceptions of certain History Channel and Travel Channel shows, little … [Read more...] about An Exploration into Traditional Filipino Mythology