USA Sled Hockey Returns to Top of Paralympic Podium


By Stephanie Greenland — Team USA has captured gold in Paralympic sled hockey. The U.S. did it by defeating Japan 2-0 in Vancouver yesterday. Alexi Salamone drove the puck home despite heavy traffic in front of the net with 10:50 remaining in the first period.

Justin Timberlake Brings Sexy Back to Harvard


By Tanya De Jesus Harvard’s Hasty Pudding Theatricals awarded their Man of the Year award to Justin Timberlake. The Grammy and Emmy award winner received the golden pudding pot during a roast.

Oscar-Nominated Film Director Lee Daniels Discusses Precious


By Valencia Wicker Oscar-nominated film director Lee Daniels sat down in Boston for an interview about the making of his Oscar-worthy film, Precious. Daniels, whose laughter and ease are contagious, entered the room like any other guy.

New York Governor Won’t Resign

By Justine Frostad — A forthcoming news report threatens to ruin David Patterson’s career. But the New York governor says he won’t resign. Media blogs are reporting that the New York times will publish an article that would force Patterson’s resignation.

Tea Party Convention Hits Nashville

By Abbey Niezgoda — It’s a controversial tea party taking the political world by storm. The inaugural national tea party convention drew almost 6- hundred people to Nashville. The group’s goal is to elect a conservative congress and president come 2012. The activists say no party shares their views when it comes to limited government and individual liberty.

Obama Lashes Back At Counterterrorism Critics

By Justine Frostad — Obama officials are lashing out at U.S. Lawmakers. Lawmakers are accusing the Obama administration of mishandling the arrest of a Nigerian accused of trying to blow-up a plane Christmas day.

Jennifer Coolidge Gives Advice To Boston


By Diana Jeong The crowd that packed the Bill Bordy theater got faked out when the lights dimmed and went back on for what they thought was Jennifer Coolidge’s entrance. As the audience sat in anticipation, a slideshow appeared showing clips from her most popular movies including “American Pie,” “Best in Show,” “Legally Blonde,” “A Mighty Wind,” and “For Your Consideration.”

Intergalactic Transfer Students takes you to the next galaxy


By Kayla Harrity Space ships, dancing goats, and aliens… this is not your typical musical. “Intergalactic Transfer Students” is a hip-hopera show that challenges the boundaries of musical theater. A hip-hopera fuses hip-hop and opera together in a musical show with lights and dancing.

‘Dear John’ Breaks Hearts

By Tori Bergland Sniffles and “awwws” filled the theater of the newly-released film, “Dear John.” The movie is based on the novel by Nicholas Sparks. The director was Lasse Hallstrom (“Chocolat”, “Cider House Rules”). It is a tear-jerking love story where two characters have a difficult time giving up the memories of their carefree two-week romance.