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“Minari” debuted January 2020 at the Sundance Film Festival, winning the U.S. Grand Jury Prize: Dramatic and Audience Award: U.S. Dramatic. 

(L-R) Alan S. Kim, Steven Yeun, Noel Cho, Yeri Han

Column: ‘Minari’ is not foreign. It’s as American as it gets

Natalie Duerr, news staff February 9, 2021

Last week, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, or HFPA, released this year’s Golden Globe nominees. Films such as “Mank,” “Promising Young Woman” and “Nomadland” found themselves up...

With Valentine's Day around the corner but the pandemic still in full swing, there are so many options to celebrate at a proper distance or virtually.

Column: 10 ways to safely spend the holiday of love during COVID-19

Katie Mogg, news staff February 1, 2021

Valentine’s Day is the single remaining holiday with festivities not yet altered by the COVID-19 pandemic. But unfortunately, the holiday’s fate is sealed. Although our nation’s efforts to roll out...

Column: The LGBTQ+ community finds a new, family-friendly icon

Grace Comer, news staff January 31, 2021

A new face has joined the A-list of queer celebrities – JoJo Siwa. Siwa inspired a flurry of discussion Jan. 20 when she posted a TikTok video lip-syncing to Lady Gaga’s song “Born This Way.” “No...

Column: A list of virtual party games to spice up quarantine

Grace Comer, news staff January 28, 2021

With COVID-19 safety restrictions back in full force on Northeastern’s campus, many students are once again searching for new ways to connect with each other. One way to meet new people and reconnect...

With awards season soon, here is our second wave of predictions

Natalie Duerr, news staff January 24, 2021

2020 began as an uncertain year for film. Would studios hold their releases and only leave the few films released in January and February to be nominated this award season with theatres closed? While some...

One way to destress after the craziest year yet, is to prepare for the holidays.

Column: 7 ways to finish off the year stress-free

Clara McCourt, news staff December 3, 2020

Anyone can argue that 2020 has been the strangest year in modern history. The COVID-19 pandemic took over our lives. The nail-bitingly close presidential election kept us glued to our news outlets, thinking...

Marino's basketball courts, normally populated by intense pickup basketball, now are the home of socially distanced exercise equipment.

Column: How to stay active when it seems impossible

Rachel Erwin, news staff November 15, 2020

As the pandemic drags on and the weather gets colder, it becomes increasingly difficult to stay active. The dropping temperatures and dwindling hours of daylight make us want to stay in bed all day. It...

Here are some of the best songs to add to your Fall 2020 playlist.

Column: The best playlist for Fall 2020

Annetta Stogniew, news correspondent November 9, 2020

There’s something inherently sentimental about fall. As the leaves morph from dazzling green to soft oranges and yellows and the bite of cool morning air brews, there is a jittery anticipation of some...

There are still many ways to enjoy Halloween in the COVID era.

Column: Ways to celebrate Halloween safely during COVID-19

Ariana Ottrando, news correspondent October 28, 2020

This year, Halloween will look much different than in the past. Parties and large gatherings can't occur, but there are plenty of ways that you can still get into the spirit of spooky season. Here are...

There are many classic, spooky and scary Halloween movies to watch this season.

Nine must-see movies to watch this Halloween

Luiza Loyo, news staff October 22, 2020

One of the best things about Halloween is the endless catalogue of spooky films to choose from as you cozy up for the fall weather. Since most Halloween plans will be indoors this year, watching movies...

'Saturday Night Live' came back to performing live, in studio shows in New York City.

Review: The shaky return of ‘Saturday Night Live’

Clara McCourt, news staff October 22, 2020

Saturday Night Live, or SNL, had a highly anticipated comeback episode premiere this week. But the return to Studio 8H did not come without issues.  Many pandemic procedures were put in place to ensure...

Northeastern students socialize on Centennial from a socially distant length.

Column: Socializing in a time of social distancing

Katie Mogg, news correspondent October 22, 2020

Although people have returned to work and school, the COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked relentless havoc on social life, leaving people feeling dejected and isolated. Indoor gatherings in Massachusetts, for...

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