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‘Buddies’ new and old dance the night away

Brendon Burns, Staff Writer

January 30, 2017

Filed under News

UNH students and members of Best Buddies chapters from all across the state flooded the Memorial Union Building’s (MUB) Granite State Room (GSR) for the annual Snowball Dance on Saturday, Jan. 28. UNH Chapter President Sa...

What’s on Wednesday? International Excitement

December 7, 2015

Filed under Arts

By Sam Rabuck Executive Editor A Caribbean steel drum band, calligraphy, origami and a silent auction were all featured at this week’s “What’s on Wednesday” in the MUB’s Union Court in the spirit of “International Educa...

Sen. Rand Paul discusses civil liberties at UNH

November 5, 2015

Filed under News, Showcase

By Sam Rabuck Executive Editor Presidential candidate and Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul spoke to a crowd of about 200 in the MUB’s Strafford Room Monday morning. The republican got right down to business as he touched on issues like punishment for the possession ...

Your bathroom stall publication: ‘The Toilet Paper’

November 5, 2015

Filed under News

By Jessie Zionts Contributing Writer What else sounds more enjoyable than reading the newspaper while doing your business in the bathroom? It is especially enjoyable when the newsletter is an informative piece that notifies...

Students support each other at UNH open mic night

October 16, 2015

Filed under Arts

By Adam Bergeron Contributing Writer Lexie Buiel was seated in the center of a bright stage at the front of a dimly-lit room packed full of students. She held a ukulele in her hands and was halfway through her performance of “Radioactive” by Imagine Dragon...

Brazilian June’s Festival hosted in the MUB

April 23, 2015

Filed under Arts

By COREY SCARANO, Contributing Writer Green, blue and yellow flags and banners hung from door to door. Smiling, decorated faces swarmed the room as loud, catchy music played and vibrant food and drinks covered the tables. Th...

Cahill wraps up ‘What’s on Wednesday’

April 16, 2015

Filed under Arts

By JOCELYN VAN SAUN, Contributing Writer With temperatures in the mid-60s and the sun showing some of its first springtime rays, heads started to sway and smiles spread across the faces of a sea of students as the band Cahil...

Homecoming’s night of comedy in the MUB

October 24, 2014

Filed under Arts

By Ken Johnson, Staff Writer Homecoming weekend brought two comedy shows to the University of New Hampshire campus. Friday night, The Shock T’s performed preceded by UNH’s own Improve Anonymous as an opening act. The Shock T’...

Meditation Mondays in the MUB popular among students

September 26, 2014

Filed under Arts

By Madeline Ragland, Contributing Writer The room is quiet, contrasting with the outside world of the Memorial Union Building. All the noise and chaos of the world seems to disappear as students file in and fill the seats th...

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