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First Beanhouse of the Year Spotlights Student Talent

ankitsharma

September 24, 2008

Filed under Campus News and Events, Music, Opinion & Editorials

WEST HAVEN--UNH had its first Beanhouse of the semester in Bartels Hall on Wednesday, Sept. 17. This first Beanhouse, a celebration of the hidden talents of UNH students, had a first set of performers which consisted of an interesti...

Fleetwood Mac Legend Releases New CD

patrickkelly

September 24, 2008

Filed under Music, Opinion & Editorials

On Tuesday, Sept. 16, Lindsey Buckingham, the famed and oft-overlooked musical engine behind Fleetwood Mac released his fifth solo album. Gift of Screws is Buckingham's fifth solo project since his 1987 departure from Fleetwood Mac...

To Have Healthcare You Need “Care”

Zack Rosen

September 24, 2008

Filed under Global News, Opinion & Editorials

Okay, so we all know quite a bit about Barack Obama's healthcare policy and his stance on universal healthcare. But what about John McCain? Surely with so many Americans for universal healthcare, he must have some crazy amazing polic...

Let Me Think For Myself

Melanie Rovinsky

September 24, 2008

Filed under Opinion & Editorials

We've all been there: that point mid-lecture, when your professor switches gears from talking about microbiology to preaching about politics. In some classes, with some professors, it almost seems inevitable. No matter what topic is...

Jackson Brings the Heat in Terrace

Erin Ennis

September 24, 2008

Filed under Movies, Opinion & Editorials

Lakeview Terrace was exactly what any viewer could expect from a Samuel L. Jackson film. While there were no highly publicized catch phrases, Jackson's thriller was interesting, simplistic, and allowed the Academy Award nominee to c...

Girl Gives Raunchy Laughs

Mia Becker

September 24, 2008

Filed under Movies, Opinion & Editorials

It's a classic love story: boy meets girl, boy falls in love with girl, girl dumps boy, and boy hires his best friend to make girl run back to boy. My Best Friend's Girl, starring Dane Cook, Kate Hudson, and American Pie's Jason Big...

“Stupid Rich People”

Zack Rosen

September 17, 2008

Filed under Global News, Opinion & Editorials

Know who I don't like? "Stupid rich people." Take note that there is a vast difference between "rich people" and "stupid rich people," however. Translated from Latin, "rich people" is "(n.) a group of wealthy individuals who may enj...

Big Bang Theory

Erin Ennis

September 17, 2008

Filed under Opinion & Editorials

The cat's alive, let's go. That fateful line ended last year's first season of The Big Bang Theory, a popular 30-minute comedy on CBS. With its second season premiere slated for Monday, Sept. 22, enthusiasts must wonder what is in st...

Fringe Combines X-Files with Comedy

jonathancascio

September 17, 2008

Filed under Opinion & Editorials

FOX's Tuesday lineup starts with new series Fringe. The 90-minute premier shocked America in a few ways.  J.J. Abrams, who also wrote Lost and Transformers, grabbed the reigns for this psychological whiz-bang. I've never seen L...

Captain’s Catch: A Slice of Vacation

timothyfasano

September 17, 2008

Filed under Campus News and Events, Opinion & Editorials

We all have been on vacation to the beach: wind in our hair, sounds of the surf crashing up on the shore, and of course, fresh, homemade seafood from a local vendor. If you have been living under a rock, you probably should be infor...

They’re Back

bonniemclaren

September 17, 2008

Filed under Music, Opinion & Editorials

To say I was nervous about how the new Metallica CD would turn out would be an understatement! When I pressed play however, all my fears of a bad CD were blown away with the beloved Metallica guitar solos (they're in every song). Be...

Righteous Kill Delivers

timothyfasano

September 17, 2008

Filed under Movies, Opinion & Editorials

The new film starring Robert De Niro and Al Pacino, Righteous Kill, opened at the box office this weekend amidst large buzz. The film is a basic story about two police officers (Pacino and De Niro) trying to solve a series of murder...

Thunder Stays on Top of Weekend Box Office

The Associated Press

September 4, 2008

Filed under Opinion & Editorials

LOS ANGELES--Tropic Thunder hauled in $14.3 million to stay on top of the box office as Hollywood's solid summer wound down sleepily, with Hurricane Gustav contributing to a slow Labor Day weekend at theaters.The DreamWorks-Paramount comedy was ...

Jude Law Heads to the Middle East to Promote Peace

The Associated Press

September 4, 2008

Filed under Opinion & Editorials

KABUL, Afghanistan--Jude Law is visiting Afghanistan to promote peace in the war-ravaged country.Together with director Jeremy Gilley, the Oscar-nominated Law has returned to Afghanistan to help maintain momentum for Peace Day-a...

War of the Worlds for the Modern Day

jonathancascio

September 4, 2008

Filed under Opinion & Editorials

On Halloween 1938, Orson Welles shocked a nation with a radio drama about Martians invading Earth. Listeners fled major cities, thinking aliens actually were marching towards New York City.  Despite all the shock and confusion,...

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