Fetty Wap and Matt Corman Energize SNHU Major Homecoming Concert

On October 13, Southern New Hampshire University’s student-run organization Coordinators of Activities and Programming Events (CAPE) hosted their annual major concert as a part of 2017’s Homecoming celebration. Selling out in the first 13 hours of being on sale earlier this month, the concert was set to be bigger and better than its predecessors. In this regard, the concert met and exceeded many people’s

2017’s Destination: SNHU Homecoming Brings Students and Alumni Together

October 13-15 SNHU saw an influx of families and alumni for the university's annual Homecoming. One that proved to be among the largest events in campus history. Homecoming at SNHU is often one of the largest and busiest weekends of the year. Events and activities are organized by many on campus clubs, organizations and offices, and new or old college students, alumni and faculty
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Netflick of the Week: Gerald’s Game

We are incredibly lucky that Stephen King decided to become an author, rather than act on any of the deprived, terrifying ideas that come into his mind. “Gerald’s Game” is truly a story that only a master of suspense and horror could produce. TRIGGER WARNINGS: This film and review contain mentions of childhood sexual assault and graphic mutilation. Marital issues have plagued Gerald (Bruce
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Voice Actor Troy Baker on Career Development and “Middle-earth: Shadow of War”

If you’ve picked up a video game in the last fifteen years it’s likely that, somewhere along the way, you’ve heard Troy Baker’s voice. With over 300 individual voice credits to his name Baker has been a prolific figure in the voice acting industry with lead roles in The Last of Us, Bioshock Infinite, Uncharted 4 and Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor. But it wasn’t
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Netflick of the Week: “Okja”

There are some movies, great movies, that you can’t talk about without sounding completely ridiculous. “Okja” is one of these great, but ridiculous, movies. “Okja” follows a young girl, Mija (Ahn Seo-hyun), and her grandfather’s absolutely massive super pig. This pig is one of the 26 given out throughout the world by the Mirando Corporation, who, ten years later, plan on crowning the top

Take Back the Night Sends Message of Support to Victims of Sexual Assault

The Deborah L. Coffin Women’s Center held the eighth annual Take Back the Night march on September 27 on the Green Space. Organized over the course of two months, Take Back the Night is an international event and non-profit organization with the mission of ending sexual assault and domestic violence in all forms. Brooke Gilmore, director of the Women’s Center, commented on the goals
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Netflick of the Week: “American Vandal”

As a genre, "true crime" has exploded in popularity; the release of the podcast Serial and Netflix’s Making a Murderer each took over the collective pop culture consciousness following their release and have fans still searching for answers today. With so many storytelling tropes, the true crime documentary format is ripe for parody, but the mystery presented in American Vandal is well worth your
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Granite State Comic-Con Rocks New Hampshire for 15th Straight Year

MANCHESTER, NH - Granite State Comicon (Granitecon), celebrated its fifteenth annual convention at the Radisson on Elm St. September 16-17. Produced by Double Midnight Productions (owners of Manchester’s Double Midnight Comics) and priding “[them]selves in providing a more intimate experience” Granitecon featured vendors, artists, exhibitors, cosplayers and special celebrity guests alike who had the “chance to mingle and chat and enjoy each other’s company.”
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Concussion Symposium Highlights Effects of Head Injuries in Sports

On Wednesday, September 13, Dartmouth-Hitchcock hosted their Healthy Living Series Symposium: Concussions: Risks, Reality, and Reforms in Webster Hall’s Mara Auditorium. WMUR Sports Anchor Jason King served as moderator for the panel discussion between experts in the field of concussions, injury prevention and athletics. From the Dartmouth-Hitchcock preview for the event, panelists included: “Michael McCann, Legal Analyst for Sports Illustrated and journalist, Associate Dean