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The Batman Review: A Film Both Needed and Deserved

The Batman Review: A Film Both Needed and Deserved

Joshua Shaw, Staff Writer March 5, 2022

At its best, journalism is an attempt at objectivity.   It asks those who participate to shove preconceived notions aside to let an unbiased perspective take hold. This is true in sports journalism,...

Lil Nas X’s secures his place in music history with debut album

Lil Nas X’s secures his place in music history with debut album

Isabelle Curtis October 4, 2021

“When Lil Nas X releases his new album I’m about to act up.”   That’s the phrase that my friends and family have grown used to hearing over the past month. Lil Nas X...

Breakfast Banter: Far Out Diner

Breakfast Banter: Far Out Diner

Hannah Donahue February 6, 2020

The Good - Hannah Donahue: My first taste of Far Out Diner was a late Saturday morning during my junior year of high school after the SATs. I was avoiding going to work by saying I needed to get something...

Rick and Morty is still funny

‘Rick and Morty’ is still funny

Bret Belden November 21, 2019

It’s as simple as that. “Rick and Morty’s” fourth season is still just as funny as the first three. The new season premiered on Adult Swim two Sundays ago at 11:30 p.m....

Album review: Feet of Clay - Earl Sweatshirt

Album review: ‘Feet of Clay’ – Earl Sweatshirt

Bret Belden November 14, 2019

“The feet of clay were at the bottom of an idol that the King of Babylon had a dream about. And the statue was supposed to represent all the empires of the world, like chronologically. We find ourselves...

TNH café review: Baker’s Corner

Hannah Donahue September 26, 2019

The brand-new quaint and cozy bakery on the first corner of Madbury Road is no joke. Feeling like a kid in a candy store overwhelmed with delicious-looking choices, pastries, bagels, ice...

Food review: Food truck meat pies more than a snack

Food review: Food truck meat pies more than a snack

Hannah Donahue September 11, 2019

For me, food falls into two categories: “edible” and “good,” so as soon as Northeast Pie Company set up their food truck outside DeMeritt Hall, I volunteered to review their meat...

TNH Movie Review

TNH Movie Review

March 28, 2019

Many film directors suffer from the “second movie syndrome:” when a director’s first film blows up the box office, but the next picture turns out to be a complete flop.   Jordan...

Review: Novel ‘Linda and the Real World’

Bret Belden March 27, 2017

Stunning storytelling skill and powerful writing talent are the only ways in which to describe the prose of Nicholas Kurt Duffy in his new novel, “Linda and the Real World.” A fascinating tale with...

Review: Marvel's 'Logan'

Bret Belden March 9, 2017

The newest Marvel motion picture, “Logan” was surprisingly full of sentimentality and compassion, as well as the usual well-orchestrated, super-human action. For those who are unaware of the Wolverine...

Review: Oedipus at Colonus

Bret Belden March 2, 2017

Imagine, for a moment, a world in which free will is non-existent, and your fate was pre-determined before your birth. You can try as hard as you can to escape fate, but you have no choice in the matter,...

Review L.A. Doyle’s ‘About a Girl’

Bret Belden November 11, 2016

Local author Larry “L.A.” Doyle’s semi-autobiographical novel “About A Girl” is a coming of age story that delves into rape culture from the perspectives of a rape victim and one of her close...

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