Same book, new chapter

Volume 96, no.26 Jay Benedict | editor-in-chief I’ve been the Collegio editor-in-chief for about 15 months now, and my tenure is near an end. It’s a bittersweet feeling to leave this position. This will be my last issue as the head of the paper. I’m not graduating yet, so I’ll still be around in a lesser capacity. If anyone enjoyed my writing, don’t be disappointed. I’ll still be here for another semester. In all honesty, it will probably make me write more. Without having the weight of the Collegio on my shoulders I’ll have more time to do what I enjoy the most: write. The past 15 months have seen some of big changes for…

Zelda: Link strikes skyward

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword 2011

Todd Miller | Collegio writer “The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword” has finally been released, two years after Nintendo announced its production. Nintendo promised that Skyward Sword would be a new kind of “Zelda experience” that would please old fans and new players alike. I’d say Nintendo almost managed to keep its word as there was clear progress but it fell short. The plot centers on the origin of the Master Sword, the most iconic weapon of the series. The player character (I’ll refer to as Link) starts as a knight-in-training at a knight school on the floating sky-island, Skyloft. The game starts on the day of the “Wing Ceremony” (a good excuse to teach the…