Gaming

Review: The Sims 4

No Comments 26 November 2014

The Sims was one of the first social life simulation games of its kind. It revolutionized the gaming industry at a time when video games were strictly based on point-and-shoot models, giving you a lifeless character to aimlessly guide through a linear environment. The Sims series altered the dimensions of how video games were classified. […]

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Art, Opinion

Art Beginnings

No Comments 26 November 2014

Bring up street art, or graffiti (as it is better known), and you are sure to get a wide multitude of opinions and responses ranging from the strongly against to openly advocating. Sure, some really is just mindless scribble, but what about the important stuff; what’s the true meaning behind this “scribble”? To put the […]

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Comedy, Film

The Bad Movie Challenge  

2 Comments 26 November 2014

I, Maria Dunne, challenge you, the readers of Signal Express, to watch a bad movie. Go on… try it! Every year, The Razzies honour the worst cinematic achievements.  The Razzies show the worst of the worst. We cringe at these movies terrible storylines and abhorrent dialogue sequences and yet, there’s something appealing about these really […]

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Opinion, Social Media

Trying the “Anti-Facebook”

No Comments 26 November 2014

Over the last few years, people of the world underwent a revolution in how they spoke to one another – due to the rise of social media such as Facebook and MySpace. Over these years, Facebook became the pivotal medium in this ‘revolution’ in terms of revenue, communication and culture.  In response, competition has sprouted […]

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Fashion, Opinion, Uncategorized

Outfitted With Judgement

1 Comment 26 November 2014

Unfortunately, it seems that as humans we are naturally predisposed to be judgmental. No matter how much we may try to avoid this tendency, no matter how open minded we think we are – we still end up judging other people (and often ourselves as well). The point is that it’s not something we can […]

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Film, Opinion, Uncategorized

A Film That Was Way Way Too Underappreciated

No Comments 23 November 2014

The Way Way Back tells the story of one remarkable summer through the eyes of an awkward and insecure 14 year old boy named Duncan. Co-written and directed by Nat Faxon and Jim Rash (both of whom play supporting roles in the film), this movie incorporates seamless cinematic techniques with screenplay that is equal parts […]

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