TRIGGER WARNING: This show deals with topics of gun violence, bullying and contains explicit language. SNHU Drama will be presenting “Punk Rock” as their spring theater production on April 6 and April 7 at 7 p.m. in Walker Auditorium. “Punk Rock” by Simon Stephans is centered around a group of British high schoolers who are preparing for their A-Level exams. With unfortunate circumstances combined
The third and final installment of the successful Maze Runner series has finally reached our movie theater, and fans of James Dasher's book series couldn’t be more satisfied with it. As fans may recall, The Death Cure was set to be released last year; however, the film went through a major setback due to an unfortunate accident involving Dylan O'Brien in March of 2016.
With the Oscars rapidly approaching with an impressive list of nominees, it might be a good idea to check each of them out. Guillermo del Toro has recently received critical acclaim as a result of his latest work, “The Shape of Water;” however, del Toro’s most awarded work is his animation. “Trollhunters” is a Netflix original animated science fiction & fantasy adventure series produced
TRIGGER WARNINGS: This content includes mention of suicide. YouTube’s content has made its way from bad to worst thanks to the irresponsible acts of its most valuable members. No matter your social status or popularity on social media, everyone should know that there is a limit to consider in the quest for views and likes. Unfortunately, it looks like some people on YouTube do
As studious as we claim to be, even the best of us need to unwind every now and again. 2017 was a great year in media, and our Arts and Entertainment staff picked some of their favorite time wasters of the past year. Baby Driver - Emma Sheehan [caption id="attachment_3595" align="alignnone" width="1200"] (image credit: Sony Pictures)[/caption] One of my favorite films of 2017 is Baby Driver.
The long-awaited Nickelodeon’s feature length film “Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie” premiered on November 24th, 2017 and longtime fans’ questions were finally answered. The hour-long series finale of “Hey Arnold!” aired in 2002 and left viewers with quite a cliffhanger. On the last episode, Arnold finds his father’s journal and a map of his parents' last trip to San Lorenzo, where Arnold believes he
SNHU’s Drama Club adaptation of ALICE leads the tale into a whole new level of craziness. But, isn’t that the whole point of the story? On Friday, December 1 at 7:30 p.m., the SNHU Drama club premiered their Fall Production of ALICE on the second floor of the Dining Center. With their own little “bite” and “drink” of madness, the SNHU Drama transformed Lewis Carroll’s
“When you understand others, you understand better yourself”. This is the idea that Ask Big Questions Campus Conversation Challenge (ABQ) is looking to have members of SNHU community engage in. The ABQ Initiative represents an opportunity for the members of the Southern New Hampshire University community to see and hear each other deeply. This is done through conversations where members are guided to ask,
Sure, the concept of death can be scary to us, but Disney has always been obsessed with featuring in their movies the idea of loss and how their characters cope with it. However, the idea of life after death has never been fully explored before by Pixar; not until now. So far, Disney Pixar’s “Coco” might be the best example of how death has
Viewers of the 2017 American Music Awards witnessed history. Introduced by The Chainsmokers, BTS made their U.S. television debut at the 2017 American Music Awards on Sunday, November 19th. BTS is taking the U.S over a landslide by being the first Korean Pop Boy Band to perform on a major American awards show. BTS delivered their latest hit “DNA” with flashy choreography and enormous