Category: Arts

“Hecuba” – Returning to theater’s roots

As May approaches, there is a newfound warmth in the air: warmth that comes with summer looming over the horizon, and a sense of warmth that accompanies the hope that for once, the pandemic may have an end that is in sight. Even though, like the erratic weather we have been seeing lately, nothing about COVID-19 has been predictable, things are looking brighter these days as things are starting to seem normal, or at least, normal-adjacent again. This normalcy comes as a saving grace to many professions and fields impacted by the pandemic, particularly theater. While theater at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) has been far from stagnant this past school year, its newest show “Hecuba” marks the return of live shows on campus as well as a return to theater’s roots: Greek drama.

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Trash or Treasure: NH Seacoast artist digs up the BA & BFA exhibition

As several senior students reach towards their academic diplomas, there is still one last push before they can walk across the stage in May. From business to English students, there is a vast variety of adults at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) ready to jump into the real world. This past Monday, the senior art and fine arts students put forth their work for the last time at UNH.

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Lil Nas X’s new song is a cultural reset

On March 26, Lil Nas X dropped “Montero (Call Me by Your Name),” the title track for his upcoming debut album Montero. He had been teasing the song for weeks. After debuting in a Super Bowl LV commercial, the song became a mainstay on the artist’s TikTok account. The most memorable was the series of TikToks where Lil Nas X danced to the song wearing a pair of fake breasts that he had purchased because he was “bored.”

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Show some love to the Earth

We all love the Earth and the beauty it has brought to us, so it’s time to give back and show it some love too. There are many different ways to be more sustainable that are easy changes anyone can make in their day to day life. While the individual consumer doesn’t produce anywhere near the emissions that many big companies do, we can still make a difference and demand change together. So to help you with some ideas, here is a list of ways to live a more sustainable and environmentally conscious life.

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Durham Public Library reopening plan

The Durham Public Library (DPL) announced how they plan to approach phase two of their coronavirus (COVID-19) reopening plan. While taking many precautions to keep patrons safe, the library is allowing more people into the building as CDC guidelines have changed.

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Short and sweet: Miracle Workers and embracing miniseries

It can be sad seeing a good thing come to an end; and when it comes to entertainment, this couldn’t be more true. Getting swept up into a story and witnessing characters grow and eventually having to say goodbye is often a bittersweet experience. Yet in the case of TBS’ “Miracle Workers,” a comedy anthology series, each season finale offers a new beginning.

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“Hecuba” – Returning to theater’s roots

As May approaches, there is a newfound warmth in the air: warmth that comes with summer looming over the horizon, and a sense of warmth that accompanies the hope that for once, the pandemic may have an end that is in sight. Even though, like the erratic weather we have been seeing lately, nothing about COVID-19 has been predictable, things are looking brighter these days as things are starting to seem normal, or at least, normal-adjacent again. This normalcy comes as a saving grace to many professions and fields impacted by the pandemic, particularly theater. While theater at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) has been far from stagnant this past school year, its newest show “Hecuba” marks the return of live shows on campus as well as a return to theater’s roots: Greek drama.