Have you ever wanted to go to a place where you could let go? Where you could be yourself and not worry about anyone but yourself. Where you wanted to go but you just didn’t have the time or money. Well, simple, video games.
Why We Play First-person vs Why We Play Third Person Games
The first-person viewpoint is the way we see and hear things, just like we’re actually there. We are the soldiers in the midst of battle. We are the peace of mind, the decision maker that kills or saves lives. The vision of a passing soul that is just trying to find its way.
13th Annual Food Drive ends Monday
The 13th annual Hokies vs. Hoos Food Drive to benefit the local Feedmore food bank is in full swing and will be ending Monday, February 13th, after an extension given on Friday, February 10th.
Graduation details available to seniors
With only 132 days till graduation, seniors can’t be more excited to finally graduate to the next step. This guide of information will help seniors walk the stage of the VCU Siegel Center.
Scholarships available to seniors
With college applications ending and the acceptance process under way, seniors need scholarships to help pay for the rising prices of college.
Winter Exam Schedule Guide
The first semester is ending and the end of 2016 is coming, but before we celebrate the holidays and the New Year, there is work to be done.
Big Game, Big Night cap Homecoming Week
Homecoming is upon us again.
Marching Band plays at Band Night
On Monday, October 10th, Cosby High School hosted the James River Regiment marching band at the annual County Band Night, which featured 10 different bands in the Chesterfield County area.
Are Video Games a Form of Art
I just heard Penn Jillette talking about why video games are the 21st-century of art and it got me thinking are the video an art form. Why won’t they be art? The creators are expressing themselves through the game in the best way they can. It tells us story’s of happiness, sadness, revenge, betrayal, or …