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Movie Review: “Don’t Worry Darling”

Movie Review: “Don’t Worry Darling”

Stefanie Kistler, Staff Writer September 28, 2022

The drama surrounding the cast of Olivia Wilde’s “Don’t Worry Darling" is notorious. The movie involved a scandal  and much intrigue from the start, capturing the public’s gleeful attention almost...

Author and theater manager Howard Sherman to hold Our Town forum next weekend

Author and theater manager Howard Sherman to hold “Our Town” forum next weekend

Rhianwen Watkins, News Editor May 14, 2022

The Seacoast Repertory Theatre in Portsmouth N.H. is welcoming renowned theatre manager, administrator and writer, Howard Sherman, to host a discussion on May 21 following the 2 p.m. performance of Thornton...

The remake of West Side Story tells the full story

The remake of West Side Story tells the full story

Rhianwen Watkins February 4, 2022

TW: sexual assault/physical violence/discrimination  Sitting down in the movie theater to watch the newest rendition of West Side Story awakened excitement for my inner theater-kid who has seen the...

Mini review: Razias Shadow

Mini review: Razia’s Shadow

Hannah Donahue October 20, 2020

I’ll say it now, “Razia’s Shadow” was criminally underrated when it was first released and its fade into obscurity was unjust. Like clockwork, this album from 2008 finds itself back...

The Adventures of Tracy and James Chapter 1: Open the Glove Box

Hannah Donahue January 30, 2020

“You want me to get into the car now?” James asks. He’s on the sidewalk looking at the endless parade of vehicles. He commutes to school and to save money and make friends he decides to give...

Anderson .Paak gets his groove back

Anderson .Paak gets his groove back

Hannah Donahue May 2, 2019

“How do you mend when your world’s apart?” the multi-instrumentalist Oxnard native Anderson .Paak croons in a butter-soft inflection to open “Make It Better,” one of the lead singles...

10 Things to Do When You're Stuck in Durham Over Spring Break

Bret Belden March 2, 2017

It’s time to face the facts, ‘Cats: Not everyone goes to Cancun for spring break. Some of us road trip to Montreal; some of us work; some of us go back to our parents’ place, binge-watch “House”...

Webcomic author, artist visits for Gender Identities Awareness Week

Bret Belden November 17, 2016

“Assigned Male” webcomic writer and artist Sophie Labelle visited the Memorial Union Building (MUB) on Tuesday, Nov. 15 to discuss her experience of growing up transgender as part of Gender Identities...

UNH art community collaborates on climate change exhibit

Bret Belden October 27, 2016

The 3S Artspace, at 319 Vaughan St. in Portsmouth, is currently home to “Rise: Climate Change in Our World,” an exhibition of art from UNH students, alumni, faculty and staff. The exhibit opened up...

Venue review: Brooklyn's Knitting Factory

Bret Belden October 6, 2016

While the majority of UNH students either partied or slept last Friday night, both in preparation for Homecoming, I was bee-lining it with videographer “Mitch Muscles” to Brooklyn, New York for an...

TNH Travels: My weekend trip to Bermuda

Bret Belden September 22, 2016

I took time off from work and academics this past weekend to do something spontaneous and spent two nights in Bermuda visiting my boyfriend, Kade Stallard and his family, who are island locals. I flew...

Fine and performing arts credit breakdown

Bret Belden August 26, 2016

Alright gang, let’s talk classes. (I know, I know. Boooooring. But important.) As many of you probably know, the UNH Discovery Program requires you to take classes in many different disciplines, guaranteeing...

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