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EDITORIAL: The Northerner does not tolerate hate

Natalie Hamren and Josh Kelly February 9, 2021

After the impeachment vote of SGA President Lauren Goodwin during Monday’s SGA meeting, many people took to social media to voice their opinion.  Some people were upset at the decision to not impeach...

REVIEW: Harry Styles returns with 'Fine Line'

REVIEW: Harry Styles returns with ‘Fine Line’

Corinne Byrne, Assistant Arts & Life Editor December 13, 2019

There’s something we all expect of Harry Styles, whether we like to admit it or not. He’s carried a persona of being an immortal early 1970’s rock star with a taste for psychedelics and an obsession...

VIDEO: What are Your Plans for Halloween?

Cameron Doan, Aaron Magee, Nick Tobler, and Jake Funk October 29, 2019

Northerner reporter Cameron Doan went around campus to ask students what their Halloween plans are, as well as how they get into the Halloween spirit.

Review: Plot of ‘The Public’ eerily familiar for Cincinnati

Review: Plot of ‘The Public’ eerily familiar for Cincinnati

Noël Waltz, Reporter April 16, 2019

“The Public” is a fictional interpretation of current issues haunting Cincinnati. It manages to touch on the opioid epidemic, inefficient public transportation, police brutality and homelessness all...

Review: Khalid releases sophomore album ‘Free Spirit’

Review: Khalid releases sophomore album ‘Free Spirit’

R&B artist Khalid reflects on becoming an adult.
Corinne Byrne, Reporter April 11, 2019
R&B artist Khalid reflects on becoming an adult.
'Shazam!', DC's newest superhero film, stars Zachary Levi.

Review: Fun Times in Philadelphia with ‘Shazam!’

By uttering the titular phrase, a young boy finds himself as an adult superhero
Billy Keeney, Copy Editor April 11, 2019
“Shazam!” is a step in the right direction for the DCEU.
REVIEW: Captain Marvel offers thrilling but familiar action

REVIEW: Captain Marvel offers thrilling but familiar action

Brie Larson has the ‘Right Stuff’ in ‘Captain Marvel’
Billy Keeney, Copy Editor March 11, 2019

Marvel’s first female-led feature is undoubtedly a giant leap forward for representation for women in the mega-franchises that have dominated the box office the past decade, but a small step toward bringing...

REVIEW: History no longer black and white in ‘They Shall Not Grow Old’

REVIEW: History no longer black and white in ‘They Shall Not Grow Old’

Footage comes to life in 'Lord of the Rings' director's World War II documentary
Billy Keeney, Contributor February 11, 2019

“They Shall Not Grow Old” brings the Great War to life for a new generation through impressive restoration, sound design and colorization of century-old World War I footage. In the film’s intro,...

Singles Edition: Editor's favorite songs of 2018

Singles Edition: Editor’s favorite songs of 2018

We gave you our favorite albums, now here's the songs that helped our editors get through the year
Northerner Staff January 3, 2019

This Party - Houndmouth Houndmouth’s familiar indie, folk and blues tone is gone with their newest album “Golden Age.” The first single “This Party” set the tone for their transition into more...

Editor’s picks: Our favorite albums of 2018

Editor’s picks: Our favorite albums of 2018

We danced, we sang, we flossed sometimes a little too hard. Here's the albums that inspired those moments.
Northerner Staff January 1, 2019

Black Panther: the Album - Various Artists The Black Panther album, released in February alongside the record-shattering movie, created anthems for the summer, Instagram captions and more, and the...

REVIEW: the 1975's new album dazzles

REVIEW: the 1975’s new album dazzles

Corinne Byrne, Reporter December 6, 2018

After disappearing for almost two years, the 1975 re-emerges with their project tackling millennial culture on their new album, “A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships.” The album is...

Chris Hemsworth in

REVIEW: No “Bad Times” found at El Royale

Kane Mitten, Copy Editor October 30, 2018
A priest, a salesman, a hippie and a soul singer walk into a motel lobby.
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