Listening to music during school helpful or hurtful?

Senior Alicia Southland listens to music in the hallways of NKHS.

Hannah Stall, Arts and Entertainment Editor

April 28, 2016

School days can be long, boring, and stressful. The seven minute breaks between classes may be all the time students have to unwind and reset themselves. However, the atmosphere in the hallway barely differs from that of the classroom and may not offer enough relief from stress. To fix this, many students...

WBRU Summer Concert Series

Sara Boldt, Features Editor

April 26, 2016

Every summer WBRU works hard to bring great alternative music to their faithful listeners and the city of Providence. Their free summer concert series is held at Waterplace Park in Providence on select Friday evenings in the summer and is open to people of all ages. The bands consist of the WBRU Rock...

Best albums of 2015

James Wilson, Staff Writer

February 10, 2016

Pond - Man it feels like space again (EMI) Down in Australia, [a group of young tadpoles are conducting their own NASA space project... with their music. They go by the name of Pond and are communicating with aliens to conduct spaced out riffs that resonate throughout your ears leaving you with the feeling...

Relax playlist

Iron and Wine

Sara Boldt, Features Editor

December 16, 2015

“Communion Cups and Someone’s Coat,” Iron and Wine: Samuel Beam, better known by his stage name “Iron and Wine,” is an American singer-songwriter. His songs contain passionate lyrics that mix excellently with the sounds of his guitar strings. This track is simple and concise, but brings powerful...

Media’s Influence on Rising Generations

French artist Villemard’s 1910 postcards showcasing his vision of Parisian life in the year 2000.

Sara Boldt, Features Editor

December 14, 2015

In the past 24 hours I have seen aliens, corruption, violence, unidentified flying objects and teenagers fighting to their deaths (to name a few). Although I did not experience any of these events firsthand, my computer, phone, and television screen provided a vivid depiction. In the past several years,...

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