Seawolf Slug: A meditation on ice

Icy conditions: the Slug guide

The New Star Wars Film Awakens your Nostalgia

When I was kid I had an uncle who was obsessed with Star Wars. He collected all the action figures, which one day would...

“The Hateful Eight” takes it slow

Can Tarantino make a slower film work?

Walk or Not: Should you go to your own Commencement?

TNL writers debate attending Fall Commencement

Klax Zlubzecon’s commencement speech

An intergalactic message for today's Earth graduates

“Fallout 4” is good, but not great

Bethesda's new game came out at the wrong place, at the wrong time

Refugees of war: a galactic history

A brain slug's perspective on the refugee crisis

The quest for Anchorage’s best chicken fried steak

In the search to find the best chicken fried steak in Anchorage, Victoria and I realized that there are, quite possibly, too many breakfast...

‘Battlefront’ leaves ‘Star Wars’ fans longing for more

'Star Wars Battlefront' is a gorgeous, half-baked mess

Sports in the Slug Empire

Klax discusses basketball, sports and violence

‘Viscera Cleanup Detail’ is surprisingly entertaining

Can a janitor simulator captivate gamers?

“Fallout 4” is no excuse to avoid classwork

A PSA from one “Fallout” fanslug to another

“SOMA” just can’t live up to “Amnesia”

“Amnesia: The Dark Descent” was really, really friggin' scary. It wasn't the only game to trigger the indie horror game phenomenon, but with its...

A crash course in Slug culture

It's recently dawned on me that you humans know just about nothing about the Slug Empire. Sure. I bring it up now and then,...

On the subject of Anchorage housing

When you’re in your twenties, the places you live tend to be contingent upon low cost and little else. While I could summarize the...

‘Bridge of Spies:’ a test of American and Soviet character

The 1950s were a strange time in terms of foreign policy. In many Americans' eyes, it was clear: it was us, or them. Many...

‘Undertale’ lets you play peacefully

Most Japanese-style role-playing games have a clear group of protagonists fighting a group of antagonists. The heroes of "Final Fantasy VII" are a clear...

Seawolf Slug: After the debates, Sanders has a long road ahead

Well, the democratic debates sure were fun to watch. This is the thing with you democratic societies, isn't it? I keep forgetting that it's not...

An ode to the Templewood

In college, you tend to gravitate towards a social group based on mutual interests. In my case, the common denominator is a love of...

Can you feel the Bern?

As a journalist I’m told to keep my opinion private, to not let anyone on to my beliefs, but a man named Bernie Sanders...

Can’t stump Trump

In my official capacity as just some guy, I'm told that I shouldn't have deeply held opinions about complex issues that I have no...

“Back to the Future” trilogy: Three gems out of time

The October 21, 2015 that we see in “Back to the Future: Part II” is a very different from the October 21, 2015 that...

Nearing the end: A look back and nervous glance forward

  13 weeks. By a rough estimate, that’s the imprecise remainder of time in which the excuse of being a college student is sufficient to...

Movie Review: “Resurrection ‘F’” is a love letter to “DBZ” fans

“Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F'” is a movie for the “Dragon Ball” fans that have been around since the beginning, and it's not for...

The Ten-Week Initiative: Does “Red Dead Redemption” really hold up?

Westerns aren't a genre that you see often in video games. Perhaps this is a sign of the times we live in; the Wild...

Movie Review: “Ant-Man” is good, dumb fun

Poor Ant-Man. He's the Marvel hero no one can take seriously. When you have gods like Thor, super-soldiers like Captain America, and forged warriors...

You won’t believe what Klax has to say about clickbait

We've all seen them. They've graced Facebook and Twitter feeds everywhere. They're the bane of journalists, and the disappointment of the masses who dare...

The Ten-Week Gaming Initiative: Gaming classics I’ve never played before

  I like to think of myself as a pretty decent gaming critic. But with that said, with the many new releases that I cover...

Seawolf Slug: The Confederate flag: disgusting, or worth protecting?

Ho boy, the news has just been absolutely juicy for the past week or so. I have so many topics to write about! First up...

Movie Review: “Genisys” can’t adapt to save itself

This movie had the potential to rescue a franchise that badly needed rescuing. The first “Terminator” film was an awesome thriller with excellent character...