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Editorial: Hamel raises the bar with historic contribution

September 23, 2014

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By TNH Editorial Staff Dana Hamel made the single largest contribution to the UNH scholarship system in the history of the university on Monday. His $10 million donation is yet another indication that Hamel, who has been among the...

LeRoy: Immigration reform without amnesty a fruitless aspiration

September 23, 2014

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From the Left By Brendan LeRoy Highlighted by the arrival of central american children, immigration reform has once again been revitalized as a major issue for this year’s upcoming mid-term elections. Even New Hampshire, 2,0...

UNH: A modern ephebeia?

September 19, 2014

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The Classics Corner By Mike Mignanelli Today’s world lacks the reverence and appreciation for the beginnings of Western civilization. We adamantly believe that we are far more superior to our ancient Greek and Roman counterparts. As we...

Chains slowly creeping into Durham

September 19, 2014

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Opinion By Theo Brown The first time I came to the University of New Hampshire was in 2011, the summer before my freshman year, a shaky plebe from a small town trying to absorb every last detail. One observation I made, also...

A dream candidate for NH and for us

September 19, 2014

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From The Right By Alex Fries I have been speaking to many “Millennials” about politics and why they are not only disinterested in politics, but rather why they have a deep disinterest in all things political. Millennials...

A small fish in big waters, Innis made some waves

September 19, 2014

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By Editorial Staff When Dan Innis first announced his candidacy for Congress back in October of last year, he had to have known what he was going up against. Since 2007, only two people have filled the seat representing the 1st C...

Just breath… And other relaxing tips

September 16, 2014

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Stress Less By Gabrielle Lamontagne As we jump into the swing of the semester, there are plenty of stressors running around campus, kind of like a scene from “Gremlins” or “Invasion of the Body Snatchers.” From anxiety abou...

Havenstein is out of touch with NH

September 16, 2014

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From The Left By Brendan LeRoy The primary opponent and Republican establishment candidate to Democratic Gov. Maggie Hassan this fall is Walt Havenstein. Like many of the other Republican challengers to Democratic incumbents th...

Breaking out of your inner-homebody

September 12, 2014

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THE DURHAM 500 By Greg Gottlieb If you know me at all, you know I’m from Jersey. I like to talk about New Jersey. All New Jerseyans do. There’s something about some U.S. states that just harbor a great sense of pride among the...

Change and false hope

September 12, 2014

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FROM THE RIGHT By Alex Fries Over the course of the last six years, Democratic politicians have lured the majority of the population, and especially us “Millennials,” into voting for them with the promise of hope and change....

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