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Sports Are Cancelled, We're Gamers Now
Sports Are Cancelled, We're Gamers Now
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Lucas Schaefer
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June 24, 2021
Lucas Schaefer details what you can expect from the “gamer takeover” happening to Arthur’s sports section this summer. Check out what’s in store, and what we’re game for!
Chapter One of 'Highway Robbery: An Odyssey of Bikes Stolen in Peterborough'
Chapter One of 'Highway Robbery: An Odyssey of Bikes Stolen in Peterborough'
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Katie Pedlar
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December 9, 2020
In this first instalment of her series, Katie Pedlar retells her personal experiences with bike theft in Peterborough. Drama, crime, and intrigue -- this odyssey has it all! Katie confronts cycling as a paradox: it is a symbol of wealth and hardship, a means of transportation, a creative outlet and a metaphor for Peterborough itself.
Letter to the Editor: It’s time to take back Peterborough ... somehow?
Letter to the Editor: It’s time to take back Peterborough ... somehow?
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Alexia Kambanis
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December 4, 2020
In this Letter, Alexia breaks down a recently published Letter to the Editor in the Peterborough Examiner.
Be A Goldfish: How Ted Lasso is Changing the Game for Male Mental Health in Television
Be A Goldfish: How Ted Lasso is Changing the Game for Male Mental Health in Television
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Bethan Bates reviews ‘Ted Lasso,’ a TV series starring Jason Sudeikis, Hannah Waddingham, and Juno Temple about an American football coach who moves to London to coach a Premier League (British) football team.
Fallout New Vegas: An Introduction to Politics
Fallout New Vegas: An Introduction to Politics
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Can a video game about a post-nuclear fallout future set in Las Vegas change your understanding of the present political moment? Cheyenne Wood reviews Fallout New Vegas and dives into the twisted future and the political realities it reflects.
Top Five Internet and/or Operating System Simulation Videogames
Top Five Internet and/or Operating System Simulation Videogames
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Taking a break from literary criticism, Dante Pettapiece decides to sit behind a gamer's keyboard instead. While reviewing five recent videogames, Pettapiece charts out how each one replicates and comments on the past of technology and internet culture, occasionally pointing out where reality and technology might be better off separate than together.
How chess taught me to blunder, beautifully
How chess taught me to blunder, beautifully
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In this article Lucas shares his recent fixation on chess, and how it’s changed the way he thinks of failure. Read to enjoy how he’s learned to blunder beautifully!
It’s My World of Warcraft, and I Get to Pick the Soundtrack
It’s My World of Warcraft, and I Get to Pick the Soundtrack
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In this article, Cameron Noble writes about how he rediscovered his long lost middle school love during the pandemic: World of Warcraft. He reflects on his quest for nostalgia and recounts the many podcasts he listened to in his quest from the first level to the sixtieth.
A Love Letter to Red Dead Redemption 2
A Love Letter to Red Dead Redemption 2
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In this review of Red Dead Redemption 2, Cheyenne Wood explains why this game became a source of solace for her during the pandemic. They explain everything they love about it: well-developed characters, good story-telling, and all the historical accuracies that help to get people thinking about colonization.
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Chapter One of 'Highway Robbery: An Odyssey of Bikes Stolen in Peterborough'
Chapter One of 'Highway Robbery: An Odyssey of Bikes Stolen in Peterborough'
By
In this first instalment of her series, Katie Pedlar retells her personal experiences with bike theft in Peterborough. Drama, crime, and intrigue -- this odyssey has it all! Katie confronts cycling as a paradox: it is a symbol of wealth and hardship, a means of transportation, a creative outlet and a metaphor for Peterborough itself.
Letter to the Editor: It’s time to take back Peterborough ... somehow?
Letter to the Editor: It’s time to take back Peterborough ... somehow?
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In this Letter, Alexia breaks down a recently published Letter to the Editor in the Peterborough Examiner.