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Through the Looking Glass

Through the Looking Glass

October 29, 2015

Read vs. View!

Read vs. View!

October 29, 2015

The Big Black Dog

Alysha Terry, Cactus Contributor

October 29, 2015

Filed under Art & Entertainment

Roddy Doyle’s book, Brilliant is a children’s book which focuses  on the not so child-like concept of depression. Although the book is centered on depression, it is not at all gloomy. This story takes place in Dublin, Ireland...

Khan Academy

Rebecca Christensen, Cactus Staff Writer

October 29, 2015

Filed under Art & Entertainment, Technology

As students, one of our greatest resources other than teachers and textbooks is the internet. Some of us may not want to admit it, and some teachers may want to forbid it, but students get a lot of help and answers online. By...

Antivirus Software:

Rebecca Christensen, Cactus Staff Writer

October 29, 2015

Filed under Art & Entertainment, Technology

If you’ve paid attention to the news lately, you might have noticed that Anti-Virus Guard (commonly known as AVG), a family of security-related software products, has recently come under fire for not clarifying their End User...

Atomas

Rebecca Christensen, Cactus Staff Writer

October 29, 2015

Filed under Art & Entertainment, Technology

There are hundreds, if not thousands of puzzle apps you can download onto your phone or tablet to pass the time. Often, they work with the same mechanisms, and offer no more than entertainment to pass the time with. If you like...

Pokémon Go

Alex Koltz, Cactus Contributor

October 29, 2015

Filed under Art & Entertainment, Technology

Recently, at a special press conference, Nintendo announced that it would be launching Pokémon Go in 2016. Pokémon Go is a mobile app for iOS and Android that allows anyone to battle, collect, and trade their Pokémon on the...

Go Set a Watchman

Go Set a Watchman

October 3, 2015

Over the Rainbow

Destiny Vasquez, Cactus Staff Writer

September 26, 2015

Filed under Around Campus, Art & Entertainment, Editorial & Opinion

How good is your “gaydar?” To most, it is a seemingly harmless way to identify LGBTQ+ individuals based on some aspect of their personality or dress code or perhaps other stereotypical judgments we all tend to cast on others...

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