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The Booket List Episode 16: Storytelling and Video Games!

The Booket List Episode 16: Storytelling and Video Games!

January 31, 2017

Hey Everyone! On this episode of The Booket List we're discussing the dynamic between Storytelling and Video Games. As y'all know, this months read is "Halo: Contact Harvest". Which is in fact based on...

The Booket List Episode 15: We’re Back!!

Kimmy Workman

January 10, 2017

Hey Everyone! We are so excited to be back on campus this week to start off our spring semester! Tune in to this week's episode to hear about the different books all the hosts read over break, and hear the results of Kimmy and Brennan's competition! We will be reading a book from the Halo franchise this month titled "Halo: Contact Harvest" by Joseph Staten. For those of you who are scrunching your nose at this because you...

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Happy 30th Metroid

August 15, 2016

Hello again everyone! As of August 6th the Metroid series has reached its 30th anniversary. It may not get as much love and attention as the other stars from Nintendo, but Metroid can hold its own. When...

The Geekwave Episode 45: Ross Przybylski (Shh-bill-ski)

The Geekwave Episode 45: Ross Przybylski (Shh-bill-ski)

July 29, 2016

This week on The Geekwave we are joined by tech/game industry veteran Ross Przybylski. With 10 years of industry experience Ross knows what it has to offer and agreed to share some of that insight with us. During our interview Ross told us how he came about founding D20 Studios, becoming a...

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How To Fix Pokémon GO

July 28, 2016

Throughout the last week, millions of people have snatched up up their phones and spare Pokéballs to adventure outside on a quest to pursue fantastical creatures known as Pokémon. While we've all enj...

Adventures of A Geek - Pokemon Go!

Adventures of A Geek – Pokemon Go!

July 15, 2016

Pokémon Go: the new augmented reality game that everybody, and I mean everybody, is talking about. For those who are new to the world of Pokémon Go, it is Nintendo’s latest attempt, or rather success,...

The Geekwave Episode 37: The Big Utah Games Episode

The Geekwave Episode 37: The Big Utah Games Episode

June 3, 2016

What is up Geekdom! :) We are recording from the floors of the second annual Salt Lake Gaming Con at the Sandy Expo Center. This event is a gamers' paradise with countless games to play, demo and enjoy. There is still one day left, so don’t hesitate to come on down. SLGC has a specia...

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Geek Wish-List: Hyper Detailed Games

May 16, 2016

Welcome back beautiful readers for another Geek Wish-List. I wanted to take this week to discuss how video games are becoming extremely detailed and complex, more importantly I also want to discuss how...

The Geekwave Episode 34: Hi Mom!

The Geekwave Episode 34: Hi Mom!

May 6, 2016

Hey Friends, I hope you all survived finals. We here at The Geekwave are survivors, and we are very ready for summer. This is the final episode of the school season. Thank you for sticking with us and listening to The Geekwave. We love everyone of you. We are going to take next week off...

Gamer Moms: The Importance Of Moms To Gamers

Gamer Moms: The Importance Of Moms To Gamers

May 5, 2016

Hopefully you are aware that Mothers Day is this coming Sunday. If you were unaware of this very important holiday then you receive a poop emoji. It is actually quite cute. (Taken from Pintrest) That is how I feel about you, end of story. Mothers Day ...

The Geekwave Episode 30: Cory Doctorow on the Reality of Science Fiction

The Geekwave Episode 30: Cory Doctorow on the Reality of Science Fiction

April 4, 2016

"Stories can change world politics by describing a path." Solar and Ollie had a chance to sit down with Cory Doctorow, science fiction author, activist, journalist, blogger, member of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and co-founder the UK Open Rights Group. He'll be speaking in the Marri...

Professor Ann Engar

Reacting to the Past

March 29, 2016

"Reacting to the Past (RTTP) consists of elaborate games, set in the past, in which students are assigned roles informed by classic texts in the history of ideas." —(https://reacting.barnard.edu/about) Professor Ann Engar, an award winning teacher in the Honors Intellectual Tradition Program, is...

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