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Film Fanatics: Failed masterpiece becomes 'cult classic' with The Room

Film Fanatics: Failed masterpiece becomes 'cult classic' with The Room

Jason Alpert-Wisnia March 12, 2018

In December of last year, I attended a midnight screening of what I and many others call the world’s most beloved bad movie: The Room, brought to life by the ironically illustrious Tommy Wiseau. Written,...

Kanye and Friends: Kanye West's The Life of Pablo

Kanye and Friends: Kanye West's The Life of Pablo

Adam Clements April 8, 2016

by Adam Clements In the weeks surrounding the release of his seventh studio album The Life of Pablo, Kanye West has, more than ever before, behaved like a conflicted, hypocritical, arrogant misogynist...

Super Bowl 50 Review

Super Bowl 50 Review

Will Kharfen February 14, 2016

by Will Kharfen The Super Bowl is largely considered the biggest sporting event in the world. In it’s 50th edition last Sunday, the thought-to-be underdog Denver Broncos defeated the 17-1 Carolina Panthers...

Photo by Douglas Abrams

The Student Foodie: Five-minute Miracles

The Newtonite September 16, 2014

by Douglas Abrams As school gets under way, I’m finding myself more and more busy, and I know I’m not alone. Here are two fast and simple recipes that make the most out of a small amount of time. Magic...

The Student Foodie: This blog follows seasonal trends in culinary arts and offers fun and creative recipes that are easy for anybody to make. Check out more blog posts at theNewtonite.com. Graphic made by Julia Moss.

The Student Foodie: Unappreciated foods part two

The Newtonite June 10, 2014

by Douglas Abrams Yes, they look gross. I’ll admit that. But I won’t agree with any of the other nasty stereotypes that have befallen these little flavor machines. And even if you can’t stand them...

The Student Foodie: This blog follows seasonal trends in culinary arts and offers fun and creative recipes that are easy for anybody to make. Check out more blog posts at theNewtonite.com. Graphic made by Julia Moss.

The Student foodie: Unappreciated ingredients part one

The Newtonite June 10, 2014

by Douglas Abrams Poor parsley. Poor, poor parsley. It must feel so dejected and alienated—marginalized in the corner of the food world. “You’re just a garnish parsley, you’re not a real ingredient!”...

Silence of the Tigers: All monsters are human

Silence of the Tigers: All monsters are human

The Newtonite May 7, 2014

by Kyle Mendelsohn Horror films may be perceived as mindless gore without depth, however this is not the case. Horror films, as well as other genres, are rich with psychological themes called archetypes....

The view from Logan Airport before the flight. Photo by Leah Budson.

Newton North in New Orleans: Chance meeting with Snoop Dogg highlight of first day

The Newtonite April 7, 2014

by Leah Budson Each year, a group of students from this school goes on a service trip to New Orleans to help repair houses devastated by Hurricane Katrina. This blog will give you daily updates, through...

The Student Foodie: This blog follows seasonal trends in culinary arts and offers fun and creative recipes that are easy for anybody to make. Check out more blog posts at theNewtonite.com. Graphic made by Julia Moss.

The Student Foodie: Spectacular toast the Italian way

The Newtonite February 28, 2014

by Douglas Abrams Achieving the perfect piece of toast, crispy-brown and covered with the perfect topping, is an elusive and often frustrating goal. Although it may seem unimportant to the gourmets and...

The Student Foodie: This blog follows seasonal trends in culinary arts and offers fun and creative recipes that are easy for anybody to make. Check out more blog posts at theNewtonite.com. Graphic made by Julia Moss.

The Student Foodie: Delicious dips

The Newtonite October 7, 2013

By Paulina Romero Although they are sometimes referred to as party dips, I usually eat dips without a throng of people skipping and chatting around me. Either with a few friends or all by my lonesome,...

The Student Foodie: Spring Salads

The Newtonite February 27, 2013

by Douglas Abrams Believe it or not, spring is just around the corner. For most people, spring means more pleasant weather, more time spent outside and shorts-wearing weather. For the student foodie,...

Topics in American Education: The west, the world and modernization

The Newtonite February 15, 2013

by Peter Diamond Every sophomore takes the same history course, modern world history, which might as well be renamed modern European history, or, for the occasional instance in which the curriculum diverts...

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