In this week's episode of The Transcript, Jamie Bashista and Jared Kubin take a look at last week's Patriots game, Frida Karney-Dunitz analyzes sentiments around Northampton's homeless, Smarts and Crafts finds some surprising facts about art teacher Louise Martindell, Hamped Up balances sports and academics, and The Other Stuff finds a healthier alternative to vaping.
This week on The Transcript Quiara Howard takes a look at deaf culture, the Hamped Up crew write haikus with the fall sports captains, and Cheap Thrills makes a cameo at El Comalito for some authentic Central American cuisine.
On the first episode of the 2019-2020 school year, senior news producer Alexa Colly and senior news editor Fiona McMahon talk about the recent changes in administration and new rules and policies with senior class president Sam Ginsburg.
Emma Jackson and Kayleigh Hunter-Gasperini learn about Asian and Pacific Island Heritage Month.
This week, the folks at the Transcript get in tune with musicians at NHS, go behind the grill with the crew at Mi Tierra, and start to close out the spring season of Hamped Up
Emma Jackson and Kayleigh Hunter-Gasperini drop by the band room to learn about a fun music collaboration between local musician, Corey Laitman, and the music department.