First-year athletes provide depth for men’s basketball in 2020-21

DURHAM, N.H. – The UNH men’s basketball team was back in action for the first time since March on Wednesday afternoon when they welcomed Keene State College into the Lundholm Gymnasium. The Owls were the first team the Wildcats have played since UMBC in the America East Tournament, and it showed in the first half. Led by junior Nick Guadarrama, UNH pulled ahead in the second half to win by a final of 93-54 leaving head coach Bill Herrion optimistic about the season ahead of them.

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“Trader Danny” still searching for answers seven years later

On July 27, 2013, Boston Celtics General Manager Danny Ainge completed one of the greatest heists the NBA has ever seen, most notably trading Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett to the Brooklyn Nets for five players and an eventual four first-round picks. Seven years later, the book has closed on Ainge’s opportunity to capitalize on the deal that he will be remembered by as an executive, and it’s time to retire the “Trader Danny” nickname he earned as a result of it.

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UNH’s Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins: A Storybook Retelling for All Ages

As November steadily winds to an end, the days are becoming darker and darker- both literally as night begins to draw in earlier each day, bringing with it a taste of winter, and metaphorically as coronavirus (COVID-19) cases are once more on the rise. But not all hope is lost in the darkness. Sometimes all it takes is a little bit of light and determination in the world to make things right and persevere in the face of daunting circumstances. Perhaps that’s what makes the University of New Hampshire’s newest filmed theatre production “Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins” just the show we need right now.

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