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CAB Presents: outdoor movie night

September 19, 2014

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By Danielle LeBlanc, Staff Writer We’ve all seen movies playing on the T-Hall lawn, but who is in charge of putting on these movies? Campus Activities Board, fondly known as CAB, is in charge of the outdoor movies —they show...

Durham public reacts to traffic changes

September 19, 2014

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By Cam Tranchemontagne, Contributing Writer This past summer the town of Durham underwent a very significant change in the downtown area. The section of Main Street between Pettee Brook Lane and Jenkins Court was changed from...

Main Street Makery offers art supplies, classes

September 19, 2014

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By Cole Caviston, Staff Writer Tucked back in the alley between the Candy Bar and the Durham House of Pizza is a small store with a large entrepreneurial spirit. It’s called the Main Street Makery, a recently opened arts a...

Photo leak leads to security questions

September 19, 2014

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By Cameron Johnson, Multimedia Editor The inadequacies of our technological security were brought sharply into the public consciousness this month when a massive leak of celebrity nudes were released by the Internet group 4ch...

Tech-minded students convene at Cyber Security Club

September 19, 2014

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By Rob Wilson, Contributing Writer Picture this: A group of UNH Student Cyber Security Club members cramped in a Kingsbury Hall room while competing against 30-plus schools across the nation. It’s a typical night for the group...

Circle K in downtown Durham robbed by man with gun

September 17, 2014

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By Kelsea Campbell and Cameron Johnson, Contributor and Multimedia Editor [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8I3FEQLP8RM] On Tuesday, at approximately 4 a.m., a man wielding a gun robbed the Circle K in downtown Dur...

Football season kicks-off new tailgating policy

September 16, 2014

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By Justin Williams, News Editor University of New Hampshire Homecoming is a tradition that has been around for a long time and is a weekend that students and alumni look foreword to every year. While the weekend is filled wi...

Wildcat Youth Mentors: 10 years later, still changing lives

September 16, 2014

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By Danielle LeBlanc, Staff Writer While sitting in the back of the Dairy Bar, Bruce Montville talked passionately about a program that he has fathered, nurtured and has truly come to love. Ten years ago, Montville founded th...

Red Cross brings first of several blood drive campaigns to campus

September 16, 2014

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By Craig Harriman, Staff Writer The University of New Hampshire and The American Red Cross teamed up again last week for the first of several blood drive campaigns on campus throughout the year. Three members of the Red Cross C...

Community care program to focus on integration

September 16, 2014

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By Tom Spencer, Staff Writer The University of New Hampshire’s new certificate program intends to focus on training students to help patients assimilate back into the community. The Thompson School of Applied Science is pa...

UNH researcher presents new lunar theory

September 16, 2014

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By Melissa Proulx, Staff Writer A new study of lunar soil in the permanently shadowed areas of the moon has resulted in some shocking conclusions — literally. Andrew Jordan, a researcher for the UNH Institute for the Study ...

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