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Borrowing from the free-to-play mobile market, video game developers rely heavily on loot boxes and other microtransaction content to maximize profits. Weary of potential pitfalls, some countries have banned loot boxes categorizing them as online gambling.

Taggart’s Take: Gamers May Fall Prey to Industry’s Predatory Practices

Michael Taggart, Editor-in-chief
October 26, 2017
The Coyotes are shown warming up before a game with Laredo College last season. The hard work continues to pay off in wins for the 2016 team.

Men’s Soccer Headed to Regionals

Ashlyn Brisbay, Contributing Writer
October 20, 2016
South student Francesca D'Agostaro sells cotton candy to raise funds for cosmetology's student club. In spite of heavy rain, over 20 organizations participated in the festivities Oct. 30 inside the South campus gymnasium.

Wicked Weather Moves Fall Fest Indoors

Holly Galvan, Contributing Writer
November 6, 2015

Gaming Society Still Going Strong After Decades of Play

Jade King, Staff Writer
November 10, 2014

Spike Ball Week Brings New Game to Central Campus

Jason Duran, Staff Writer
November 10, 2014
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