Arts & Entertainment

An Unsteady Journey Back to The Twilight Zone

We are about to enter the fifth dimension, a dimension beyond that which is known to man. A dimension as vast as space and as timeless as infinity. This is the middle ground between light and shadow that lies between the pit of man’s fears and the summit of his knowledge. This is a dimension of imagination, an area called The Twilight Zone. The

A Closer Look at The Palace Theater, Sharing Years of Remarkable Talent with SNHU

In the heart of Manchester lies the entrance to a world of talent where the arts come alive. Among the long list of places in Manchester to visit, there is only one that stands out for its beautiful architecture, inspiring history and remarkable talent. This remarkable stage is the Palace Theater. Located at 80 Hanover Street, the Palace Theater first opened its doors on
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The Hidden World Is a Heart-Melting and Memorable Coming-of-Age Conclusion

In the third and last installment of the DreamWorks Animated saga How to Train Your Dragon, we reach the conclusion of the unlikely friendship between the young Viking, Hiccup (Jay Baruchel), and innocent Night Fury, Toothless. How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World is all about growing up. Hiccup, now Chief of Berk, rules alongside his faithful Night Fury Toothless, in a glorious,
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Four Reasons to Watch “Love, Death and Robots”

You are never too young or too old to watch an animated show. After all, not everything that looks cartoony is meant for kids. Some animations include graphic violence, mature content, supernatural/cyberpunk elements, and nudity, which, by all means, are not suitable for children. These are some of the elements you will find in Netflix’s new web television series, "Love, Death and Robots." "Love,

Parking at SNHU Is An Infinite Quest for Commuters

If case you haven’t noticed, there is a serious problem going on around campus: Parking. Commuters have already faced daily problems with parking: long lines of traffic, unpredictable weather, gas expenses and a long travel time are the least of their concerns at this point in their college years. What really scares the living daylights out of every commuter on campus is not finding
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‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ is a Visual and Inclusive Masterpiece

After Sony’s ultimate disaster with the Spider-Man franchise, the idea of an animated film of the Spidey-tale looked like a bad-enough idea. Fortunately, in an unexpected turn of events, ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ is a flawless film and unarguably the best Spider-Man film up to date (Sorry, Tom Holland). ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ is a critically acclaimed box office standout and academy hit of

Penmen’s 6-3-2 record dropped after facing the Western New England University Team

The Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) men’s hockey team defeated Franklin Pierce University 8-1 on Saturday, December 1 at The Ice Den Arena in Hooksett, New Hampshire. The Penmen currently stand with a 6-3-2 record. Freshman Forward Jake Cox has garnered over a point every game with fourteen points in eleven games. Senior Forward Brett Strawn has four goals and five assists for nine
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‘Teen Titans GO! To the Movies’ Turns Distasteful Show Into Unexpected, Heroic Fun

After Cartoon Network’s immature adaptation of the Teen Titans, ‘Teen Titans GO!,’ ruthlessly destroyed a loved show with terrible humor, appalling writing, cheap animation style and vile episodes, fans gave up all hope of seeing the team back together in what used to be the ‘good, meaningful days’. With a show that offends and disgusts viewers of the beloved classic and an upcoming live-action