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October 5, 2011

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With two major blockbusters hitting the market in previous weeks, two Rip staff members  review EA Sports’ Fifa 12 and Epic Games’ Gears of War 3 to help you decide which of these games more fits your style, because although both are more than worthy of a five-star rating, each will provide you with something different. By Esteban Ramirez Reporter The new FIFA video game is out and th...

Blink is back, and it’s like they never even left at all

Blink is back, and it’s like they never even left at all

Patricia Rocha, Reporter

October 5, 2011

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“Neighborhoods,” the newest album from Blink-182, is a true reflection of all that the band members have experienced and matured from since their breakup...

Aluma Wallet: Not as indestructible as they claim

Gregory D. Cook, Photographer

September 21, 2011

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We are over a decade into the 21st century, and what was the science fiction of yesterday is quickly becoming the commonplace of today. While science seems to have fallen behind on its promise of flying cars, the Telebrands company of Fairfield, N. J. claims that the new Aluma Wallet is the 21st century upgrade for the good old-fashioned wallets and billfolds that our grandparents...

River Walk Cafe makes a better pastry than sandwich

Cassandra McGowan, Reporter

September 21, 2011

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I arrived at Riverwalk Café about an hour and a half late for breakfast, which was highly disappointing because I was really looking forward to a good omelet or breakfast burrito.  They stop serving breakfast at 10:30 a.m. but from the looks of the menu, it looks pretty tasty. The café features Peets Coffee & Tea, and also offers espresso as well as grape, apple,...

Madden continues success with deepest installment yet

Madden continues success with deepest installment yet

September 8, 2011

Every August, I go out and spend $60 I don’t have for the newest "Madden" video game, and nearly every year I am disappointed by how little the game...

Sparks fly in first issue of ‘Justice League’ reboot as two familiar superheroes meet for the first time, yet again

Martin Chang, Online Editor

September 8, 2011

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Other then music, no other medium has made a deeper impression on me than comics. But the superhero style comics represented by DC Comics have never been a part of that. It just has never clicked with me. The long history and back-stories of these styles of comics has made it even harder to get into. Therefore, the recent DC comic reboot is ideal for readers like me. “Justice...

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