Review: Final Fantasy XIII: Lighting Returns

Genre: Action, RPG Developers: Square Enix, tri-Ace Platforms: X360, PS3, PC Rating: 3.5/5 When it comes to video games, few franchises boast the stamina and financial success of Square Enix’s Final Fantasy series. When one thinks about “role playing” as… [continue reading]

Ask Quentin

          Dear Quentin, I have a slight problem and would greatly appreciate your advice. I have developed a sleep walking problem. I have been waking up outside in my underwear. Please help. Kelsey A.   Dear… [continue reading]

Review: Maria the Virgin Witch

Genre: Fantasy, Magic, Seinen Studio: Production I.G Rating: 4/5 While there’s never been a shortage of anime based in and around the Middle Ages and various fantasy renderings of war and that time period, not one anime has approached it… [continue reading]

Global View: Coming to Canada

I would like to introduce different types of immigration process to Canada. If you want to immigrate to Canada, there are three major types of immigrants coming to Canada: Economic Class, Family Class and Refugees. Economic Class 1) Skilled Workers… [continue reading]

New Multi-Media Messaging App Hitting BU

British Columbian company Vidao Messenger is releasing a new multi-media app in the near future, and they are searching for BU students to help introduce it to our university in the Clash of the Campuses competition. Keeping participants connected with… [continue reading]

Evans Theater Spring Showings

The Evans Theatre is located on on campus in the George T. Richardson Building, next to the library. They show main features at 7:30 PM on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays for $6. For the weekend of March 27th – 29th… [continue reading]

Editorial: Keep SUDS Open Mic Night Alive

Over past years, SUDS has put on open mic nights every Wednesday from 10:00 PM until 1:00 AM for students and non-students to showcase their talents. You can sing, play instruments, read poetry or other literature, or do a comedy… [continue reading]

Nishtawinnakayen: Recognizing

Cameron Flamand is a proud Métis Fine Arts student who is graduating this year. His thesis statement “Nishtawinnakayen: Recognizing” was on display from March 15th  to the 21st, 2015 at the Glen P Sutherland Art Gallery. He held his reception… [continue reading]

Scholarship Banquet

The Scholarship Banquet occurred last Wednesday evening, where people old and young joined in on the celebration. Attendees included teachers, students, donors and alumni. It was a wine and cheese event, which offered the hundred or so people there, a… [continue reading]

Final Skate for Cougars

The ACC Cougars faced off in one of their last games of the year against the Minnedosa Wilds. The game started off strong for the Wilds as Danika Jones scored to lead the Cougars 1-0 in the first period. Early… [continue reading]