24 April 2015

Work-Study Staff Applications for 2015

We are now accepting applications from W&J students for work study staff positions for Fall 2015. The application form has details about the positions, responsibilities, pay, and how to apply. Note that you must be eligible for federal work study.  Hiring begins immediately!

Gaming Den

Hey, Hey, Hey, Everybody
Welcome to the Gaming Den

Today I would like to finish off with the final transformation that is available in the game, The Legend of Zelda Majora's Mask and that is the Fierce Deity Link. If you would like to learn about the other transformation masks you can find them here (Deku Scrub, Goron Link, Zora Link)

The only way to get this mask is to collect all 20 of the non-transformation masks. Then upon entering the final location you are able to play 4 mini-games and afterwards trade away the 20 masks to obtain the Fierce Deity Mask from the kid that has Majora's Mask.
File:MM3D Fierce Deity's Mask.png
Source: Zelda Wiki

The abilities of this mask are so great, you are restricted to using them during just the Boss Fights in the game. The weapon he wields is a double helix 2-handed sword, meaning that Link is not able to use a shield. But to compensate the sword shoots laser beams, much like in the older Zelda games.

File:MM3D Fierce Deity and Majora.jpg
Source: Zelda Wiki
There are many theories surrounding this mask especially since there is not much information as it is just given to you at the end of the game but one that I will share is that this mask may have been used as a transformation to Adult Link form. This is supported by the fact that each area of the game has some transformation but not the Ikana Canyon and this mask may have been used to get to higher ground or be more powerful. This also may be the case because the build and size of Fierce Deity Link is very similar to Adult Link. The other theories I will leave for you guys to find out.

Tune in Thursday's at 9pm to listen The Ravanator for Video Game Music inspired from Majora's Mask on wnjr.org or 91.7 FM

23 April 2015

New Changes to Our Twitter

Hello ladies and gents! I hope you're all having a fantastic day and are looking forward to the weekend. Anyone who has been on our twitter knows that we post a lot on a weekly basis, but what you guys don't know is that we've changed some things.

Some of you may or may not have noticed, but the WNJR staff are starting to initial our tweets. I would've loved to put it in our twitter bio, but that has a word count and it is very limited. So the following are the names and initials of WNJR's tweeters, but all the tweets that are not initialed will belong to me, the Events and Publicity Director. But for now blank tweets may not all belong to me. So look forward to that in the next 1-2 weeks. And we're off:
  • Joseph Jorjoliani- JJ
  • Maia Ervin- ME
  • Margie Keisling- MK
  • Samara Silverstein- SS
  • Sarah Knizat- SK
  • Passion Williams- PW
  • Nick K.- NK
  • Jess Perman- JP
  • Ravneet Singh- RS
  • India March- IM
  • Dr. Anthony Fleury- AF
  • Prof. Bill Cameron- BC
Thank you all for reading and enjoy your weekend!

22 April 2015

 If the album cover doesn't get you intrigued, would telling you that Ceschi has combined hip hop with a little punk make you want to listen? Ceschi's Broken Bone Ballads introduces a new sound as he "bends genres" to give listeners a smooth, satisfying rhythm. With songs such as, "Say Something" and "Bite Through Stone", Ceschi's flawless lyrics prove that he deserves a spot in the hip hop game.

Don't just take my word for it though, check it out for yourself !!

21 April 2015

Kevin Garrett

Happy Tuesday everyone! Hope everyone's week is going great. I recently found one of the most talented singers evs (yes "evs"is a word). Anyways, imagine combining Sam Smith with Usher. That gives us new Roc Nation artist Kevin Garrett. Who knew an R&B voice could sound so perfect over Pop beats?! Obviously Kevin Garrett because that's what his sound consist of. Whether he sings a ballad or speeds it up with a dance song, his talent is undeniable. Tune into WNJR Radio 91.7FM for a listen!