The Sundial

CBS’s “60 Minutes” and book “No Easy Day” present conflicting accounts of Osama Bin Laden Raid

Nathan McMahon

September 11, 2012

This past Sunday night, CBS’s weekly news program, “60 Minutes”, dedicated their hour-long time slot to one story -- a play-by-play account of the Osama Bin Laden raid carried out by Seal Team Six. The source for their story was a member of the Seal team who released a book yesterday under the pse...

‘Bastion’ is a World That Needs Rebuilding

Nathan McMahon

September 10, 2012

A cracked and fractured world is something that slams into you not you into it. Awoken in his bed by a grizzled voice from some far-flung spaghetti Western, the hero of this story, simply referred to as, “the Kid,” inhabits that fractured world. It used to be known as Caelondia, but an event called...

A new drink recipe: Gummiberry Juice

Nathan McMahon

September 10, 2012

Gummi Bears! Bouncing here and there and everywhere! Blaaah, blah-blah, blahhh… gurgle, slurp. Oh yeah. You all know the theme song and I happen to know the recipe for their delicious Gummiberry Juice, as handed down to me by Grammi Gummi herself. It’s delicious and will give you superpowers like...

Mouse Guard comic is a bit of a mouse bore

Mouse Guard comic is a bit of a mouse bore

Nathan McMahon

September 5, 2012

Dark and gritty. Mice and mayhem. Welcome to the world of David Peterson’s fantasy graphic novel, Mouse Guard: Fall 1152. It has some strong moments and the action is great when amped up but the entire affair ends up falling flatter than a mouse fart in the wind. The appeal of a story like ...

Wait list isn’t all it seems for some students

Nathan McMahon

September 1, 2012

  On Aug. 31 a group of 14 students from the Mike Curb College of Arts, Media, and Communication, attempted to redress a multitude of issues they have been confronted with while attempting to navigate the University’s new waitlist process. While they were adamant in their demands for ...

Government reprimand of chick-fil-a does nothing to promote equality for gays

Nathan McMahon

August 29, 2012

Ahhh! The Chick-fil-A debacle seems to be over. Now we can look back and perform a proper post-mortem of how and why both sides behaved the way they did, and whether those reactions were helpful, harmful, or mattered at all in the end. Just in case you missed the whole thing, here’s the backstory....

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