Culture

Drive-in theaters: One post-pandemic way of coming together while staying apart

When was the last time you went to the drive-in? Whether you are snuggled in a car, making yourself comfortable in a flatbed, or sitting in the back of an SUV, there is nothing quite like witnessing summer’s sunset at dusk, enjoying a film on a balmy evening, blanketed under a sky full of stars. A universally enjoyable experience, it’s difficult to believe that the current generation’s familiarity is possibly only through film.  READ MORE

Education

Artist Kylie Cropper: Journey of self-discovery has been one of enlightenment and pain

Kylie Cropper’s journey to and navigation in New Hampshire has been one of meaningful self-discovery. Born in Washington, D.C., with the heart of an art artist, Cropper is now a senior at the Institute of Art and Design at New England College and Design (formerly the New Hampshire Institute of Art in Manchester), a place that has taught her many things, and where she says she has faced racial challenges during her four-year tenure. READ MORE