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Taylor Swift Releases an “Enchanted” Experience with Her Latest Taylor’s Version

Singer-songwriter Taylor Swift released her album, "Speak Now (Taylor's Version)" on July 7. It's a rerecording of her earlier album, "Speak Now." The record consists of familiar tracks like "Back to December," "Dear John," and "Enchanted." Along with these, Swift included 6 unreleased ("From the Vault") tracks, like "When Emma Falls in Love" and "I Can See You," a song that began trending on
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The Explosion of “Barbenheimer” In Social Media

Cultural phenomenons have a unique way of making an impact, especially with the prevalence of social media in today's society. "Barbenheimer," the fan-made fusion of Greta Gerwig's "Barbie" and Christopher Nolan's "Oppenheimer," is a prime example of social media creating a phenomenon. The two films were released on July 21, and have been a trending topic for months for the vast concepts of each
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Seniors Visit “A Whole New World” During Class Trip

SNHU's Senior Trip is something seniors look forward to all year. It's the last chance for the graduating class to come together for one final event. This year, the seniors went to Walt Disney World in Florida. They left Manchester on March 13 and returned on March 17. Stephanie Matte ('23) was one of the many seniors that attended the trip. She had a
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Can You Bear “Cocaine Bear?”

In today's day and age, original films are rarely seen. Everything has either been done or plots have been recycled to the point where they're redundant. Elizabeth Banks' film, Cocaine Bear, strays away from the common movie formula and provides an oddball tale of a coked-out bear in the woods, desperately attacking the characters. The title tells exactly what the audience should expect. In
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SNHU Rides the Gravy Train for the Biggest Concert in SNHU History

After a fall concert that many, including CAPE, would consider a major bust, the pressure was on to put together a spring concert that pleased the SNHU community; CAPE did just that. On March 4, the SNHU community, as well as the general public, packed the SNHU Arena as rapper and media personality Yung Gravy took the stage. The concert was a year in
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The Last of Us: From One Screen to Another

HBO Max released the first episode of their adaptation of The Last of Us on January 15. The series follows two survivors, Joel (Pedro Pascal) and Ellie (Bella Ramsey), going through post-apocalyptic America. The television series is based on the video game saga of the same name, which was released and rose to popularity in 2013. The first game has won various awards such as