Vaccine clinic announced for out-of-state students

University of New Hampshire (UNH) Police Chief Paul Dean and Health & Wellness Medical Director Peter Degnan announced in an email on Wednesday that all members of the UNH community who have not received their first dose of the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine can do so at the Whittemore Center Arena on Monday, April 19.

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Wildcats forced to withdraw from the America East Tournament

DURHAM, N.H. – Just one week after clinching a playoff berth in the final week of the regular season, coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns forced the University of New Hampshire (UNH) women’s soccer team (5-2, 2-2) to withdraw from the America East Tournament. The timing of the outbreak couldn’t have been worse for the Wildcats. UNH had managed to avoid an outbreak this season, but with the America East Semifinal set to be played Thursday, the positive tests meant a withdrawal from the season.

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OPINION: Should students be required to pass a citizenship test?

Last week, the New Hampshire State Senate passed HB320, a bill that if signed by Gov. Chris Sununu would add a civics competency as a graduation requirement for all New Hampshire public high schools. This bill flew mostly under the radar, passing the House 208-141 with some bipartisan support: 14 Democrats joined Republicans in favor with six Republicans voting against, before passing the Senate on complete party lines 14-10.

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Topanga Canyon Vintage holds first Maker’s Market

Lively chatter filled the parking lot behind Topanga Canyon Vintage on Saturday, April 10. Basil, a large German shepherd, loped across the concrete clamoring for attention from vendors and their customers. It was the first day of Topanga Canyon Vintage and Groovy Thrifty’s first-ever maker’s market to promote young artists and designers. The event was held on April 10-11 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

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Record donations made during 2021 (603) Challenge

[Durham, NH]—On April 9, the (603) Challenge for the University of New Hampshire (UNH) took flight. With thousands of donations every year, donors come together to show support for their favorite areas of the university. For a certain period of time, any gift amount is matched by some of the annual and underwriters. Adding up to almost $200 per donor, the funds are matched until the $225,000 runs out. With an abounding number of challenges, gift opportunities and a live leaderboard , contributors have five days to give back to their favorite community in New Hampshire .

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