By: Michael DePietro Last month, audiences worldwide finally got a chance to sink their teeth into “Dracula,” a new television series based on Bram Stoker’s classic horror novel. Co-produced by the BBC/Netflix, the series is helmed by Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat, the duo behind the BBC’s critically acclaimed series, “Sherlock.” Like many of the … Continue reading “Dracula” series review
Photography by: Nina Grenga Last semester, NU's Peace Action Group held an anonymous feminine hygiene product donation drive for local women's shelters. With this core group of dedicated students, the drive was ultimately a great success and we are looking forward to more projects to come in the future.
By: Alison Chodak NIAGARA UNIVERSITY,N.Y.- “IT: Chapter Two" has arguably been the most talked about movie this month. "IT" is originally based on Stephen King's supernatural novel. The movie was released September 6, 2019; two years after the remake was premiered and was directed by Andy Muschietti. The movie is about The Loser's Club all … Continue reading The clown is back
By: Nina Grenga NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y.- Have you ever listened to a song and felt the artist wrote it specifically for you? In the case of Sleeping at Last's album, "ATLAS: Enneagram," it's true. The project is based on the Enneagram Test, which is an online psychological examination that categorizes individuals into nine different personality … Continue reading Mixing mediums: An album based on psychological test
By: Nina Grenga BUFFALO, N.Y.- Gaining a $155 million grant for expansions, the Albright Knox is expected to close this November for approximately 2-3 years. Back in 2014, the art gallery made the decision to take on the grand expansion of the campus, adding the "AK- 360" building to their roster along with other extensions. … Continue reading The Albright Knox to close for several years
Nina Grenga and Brigid Burns NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y.- On April 13, the NU Against Cancer student group held their Relay For Life in the Kiernan Center. From 6 pm to 2 am, over one hundred students came to show their support and participate in the amazing activities. Relay for life is a community based event … Continue reading Relay for life
By: Nina Grenga “Time stops for nobody,” is a lesson I’ve learned all too well and while the last few weeks have been bittersweet, the joy of what we’ve accomplished at this university has been outstanding. The passion that we have for giving students a platform to speak, a platform to communicate, a platform to … Continue reading Farewell senior editors
Recently, "The Strangers: Prey at Night" premiered, 10 years after the original "The Strangers" came out. Taken place in a secluded trailer park, the story follows the same three invaders who target an emotionally struggling family of four. The film gives a deep background on the family and their troubles with their daughter Kinsey, who … Continue reading Strangers: Prey at Night- Another disappointing sequel?
"Here's to strong women, may we know them, may we be them, may we raise them." This is the advice these amazing individuals on campus have for young women. Averal Harbin: Stay true to yourself, continue to support one another and build on the people who have helped us in the past. Dr. Teresa: … Continue reading WE CAN DO IT : Women’s Month
Professor Alegre : "The people. Those who work here care about the university, its mission, values and the students. The students are good people and they want to make a difference for others." Professor Teresa:“I smile every time I walk into my newsroom or classroom and students are smiling at me.” Professor Schoepflin: “I love the … Continue reading Reasons why teachers smile