Becker's Alex Lizarbe is a ‘Student to Know' in Worcester

Published on Friday, January 19th, 2007

Computer and video gaming, and consumer-generated media are industries on the rise. Becker sophomore Alex Lizarbe is riding the waves of both those trends, landing him among STIR Magazine’s "19 Worcester Students to Know."

Enrolled in Becker’s thriving computer game design and programming major, Lizarbe is also co-host of the video game review show GameLife. The show has attracted plenty of attention from fans, hecklers and the media, including MTV.

Lizarbe and his co-hosts have produced 10 episodes of GameLife so far, which can be viewed at and the DIY video site You Tube.

Click here to view Lizarbe’s profile in STIR.

The rapid growth of the video game industry has created a high demand for artists and designers, as well as game developers and programmers, who can combine their skills and interests with solid technical know-how in the creation of the next generation of computer games. Becker College’s four year Computer Game Design (CGD) and Computer Game Development & Programming (CGD&P) concentrations are perfect for those students with an interest in creating and designing electronic games.

STIR Magazine is produced by students at Clark University in Worcester, Mass. Click here for information on obtaining copies of STIR.