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Blade Runner 2049—A Breath of Fresh Air

January 11, 2018 6:06pm | Ari Steinberg

Today’s film landscape is largely populated by simple, spectacle-driven blockbusters. This setting primarily causes action movies to flourish, while more unconventional movies are left in the dust—this harsh environment has resulted in the new release Blade Runner 2049 gaining a minuscule attendance and the label […]

“It” Review

October 16, 2017 2:27am | Ari Steinberg

Clowns are scary—there’s no getting around that. There is something intrinsically frightening about the bright, colorful, slightly off-putting performers. The hold clowns have over the imagination is something NHS students are hard-pressed to forget, after last year’s clown-related false alarm. NHS students will find that […]

Bright Nights in Northampton

January 14, 2015 8:43am |


Paradise City Arts Festival is Huge Success in Northampton

October 17, 2014 6:19am |

This past Saturday, Sunday and Monday, the Paradise City Arts Festival came to Northampton for one of its bi-annual visits to display the works created by many of New England’s artists. Walking into the festival, you immediately take in the incredibly detailed and exquisite artifacts […]

New Teacher Paves the Way for Stronger Media Program

October 4, 2014 9:05am |

Media and technology have always played large roles in our community. Northampton High School uses technology to connect their students to the school, to show students their grades, to improve theater shows, and even to teach in the classrooms. Northampton High School’s new media teacher […]

Ceramics: An Underrated Art Form

October 1, 2014 8:23pm |

  “As long as I’ve known Northampton High School, there has been a ceramics class,” said art teacher Sheryl Jaffe. From ornate mugs to abstract sculptures, people can fashion whatever they fancy. From at least 7:30am until 2:00pm, Jaffe is one of the art teachers […]