Join Glitch and be a part of the most active collegiate gaming community in the nation! As a member, you'll have access to some great perks including our weekly lounge, extensive video game library, exciting events, and networking opportunities within the industry.


Journalism 1501 is a brand new game studies course that's being offered this fall semester and the instructor is looking to hire one additional teaching assistant to help with this new class. Ideally, the TA, whether a graduate student or an advanced undergraduate student, would bring expertise in areas such as game design, mobile apps (programming or design), software development, or another domain related to gaming.   You can send applications or any questions that you may have directly to Seth Lewis, the course instructor. Good luck to everyone that applies!   Jour 1501 — Digital Games, Sims and Apps: Storytelling, Play and...
Glitch is excited to join the University of Minnesota family at the 2014 State Fair and we want to showcase your work! Submit your home-brewed games, artwork, videos, research,...
  By day, Gloria Kim and David Richardson seem like two typical U of M students. Gloria is a digital artist and senior double majoring in psychology and art. David is a recent U of M graduate working as a general java developer and an aspiring creative writer in his free time. But by night, these two Glitch gamers combine their art, programming and writing...
  Ask any Pokémon fan, and they will probably tell you pokemonshowdown.com is the best place for an online battle. With fully animated battles, active forum community and complete Pokédex feature, it is easy to see why.   Although it's now a leading Pokémon battle simulator, Pokémon Showdown began as the simple dream of longtime Glitch member, Computer Science major, and lifelong Pokéfan Cheny Luo.  

On behalf of the entire Glitch Staff, I’m so excited to announce some big changes in our membership structure starting spring of 2014.

 

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This process is to register your device for the University of Minnesota's wired internet access. This process does require you to use a device that has access to the internet, so use your computer on wireless first, your phone, or some other device to access the wireless internet.   The first step in the process is to use above-said device to go to "https://wired.netaccess.umn.edu/cgi-bin/register.pl" or "wired.netaccess.umn.edu" if you don't want to type in the whole url.   Internet Login   It will then redirect you to the Internet login page, where you will enter in your x500 login...
Calling all U of MN League of Legends players! Have you been brushing up on your skill over winter break and looking to crush the Badgers along with other collegiate teams? Then here’s some great news!   Riot Games has just recently announced the North American Collegiate Championship with a prize pool of $100,000 in scholarships. This is a great opportunity to compete against other universities...
I've been hearing a lot of rumbles about an indie fighter with only two game mechanics. At first I thought the concept sounded silly but after watching a few...