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Noho Nibbles: The Roost

Features March 10, 2016 at 9:00 am 0 comments

Tyra Wu ’19 Assistant Features Editor While Northampton has a number of coffee shops, The Roost is certainly a favorite of Smithies. With its lively atmosphere and plentiful menu, the Roost is a great place to do work, catch up with a friend or bring a date. On Saturday afternoonRead More

In Defense of Reality TV: Why Does Watching the Kardashians Have to be a Guilty Pleasure?

Opinions March 3, 2016 at 9:00 am 2 comments

Nora Turriago ’16 Opinions Editor  If there were a ranking of television shows — a hierarchy, if you will, based on appeal and the number of viewers — it would surprise no one if “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” landed squarely at the bottom. It is no secret that theRead More

Photo courtesy of Veronica Brown '16 | The Korean American Students at Smith sold assorted lunchboxes of Korean food for $7.

NoHo Nibbles: KASS Lunchboxes

Features March 3, 2016 at 9:00 am 0 comments

  Michelle S. Lee ’16 Editor-in-Chief  Price: $ Rating: ★★★★★ Sunday nights are (hopefully) studious nights. Particularly at the onset of yet another midterm season and with such minimal dining options available at Smith after 7 p.m., the hungry question “Do you have food?” is tossed around in conversation so frequentlyRead More

NoHo Nibbles: Paul and Elizabeth’s

Features February 25, 2016 at 9:00 am 0 comments

Tyra Wu ’19 Assistant Features Editor For Smith students in search of a meal that is both healthy and flavorful, Paul and Elizabeth’s, a vegetarian and seafood restaurant located in Thornes Marketplace, may be the restaurant for them. Founded in 1978 by Paul and Elizabeth Sustick, the restaurant has becomeRead More

Sara Del Villar '17 | Assistant Photo Editor

Smith held a conference on Title IX early in the fall semester in the Campus Center.

The Message Behind the Screen: Smith’s Mandatory Sexual Assault Online Training Program

Opinions February 4, 2016 at 9:00 am 0 comments

  Anna Casasco ’19 Contributing Writer On college campuses across the United States, sexual assault is an all too familiar issue. Smith has recently implemented a sexual assault online training program for both current and incoming students. The program, called “Not Anymore,” is an online video-based program that will coverRead More

A Not So Ordinary Day With Vanessa Carlton

Arts December 10, 2015 at 12:00 pm 0 comments

Becca Damante ’17 Arts Editor I have to admit, if you’re a female singer-songwriter around the age of 35 and you play the piano, I have high expectations for you. Some of my favorite concerts over the last few years have been by the likes of Sara Bareilles, Ingrid Michaelson,Read More

Photo by Yuka Oiwa '16 | Local Burger offers classic burgers and fries as well as a variety of sides and milkshakes.

NoHo Nibbles: Local Burger

Features December 10, 2015 at 12:00 pm 0 comments

  Janan Fugel ’19 Staff Writer Rating:  ★★★★ (out of five) Price: $$ (out of three) This week, I decided to try another Northampton staple, Local Burger. This burger joint has a bit of a vintage but casual feel. There is limited seating inside, so if you are planning on eatingRead More

Photo by Lena Wilson '16 | Woodstar provides a cozy atmosphere to study or enjoy a cup of coffee.

NoHo Nibbles: Woodstar Café

Features November 19, 2015 at 9:04 am 0 comments

  Janan Fugel ’19 Staff Writer Rating: ★★★★★ (out of five) Price: $$ (out of three) I trekked down to downtown Northampton one afternoon this week to have lunch at Woodstar Café. I went with a few friends, so I was able to try a variety of menu items. The menuRead More

Eight Years and Counting! Grey’s Anatomy

Arts October 10, 2014 at 9:00 am 0 comments

Sakshee Chawla ’17 Contributing Writer For a loyal Grey’s Anatomy fan like myself, being bothered at 9 o’clock on a Thursday night is the worst thing that could happen. For the last eight years, Grey’s has been a source of emotional unburdening for me. Watching Meredith and Cristina, the well-known best friends on the hit show, unveil theirRead More

Carolyn Brown '16 | The Doll People, directed by Ellen Kaplan, is a musical adapted from a novel written by Smith Alum. Ann M. Martin.

The Doll People: A Review

Arts October 24, 2013 at 9:00 am 0 comments

  Carolyn Brown ’16 Assistant Photo Editor The Smith Theatre Department’s first main stage production of the year, The Doll People, directed by Ellen Kaplan and based on the novel by Ann M. Martin ’77, is a charming children’s musical – an atypical play for the Smith theatre, whose recentRead More