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New Hampshire’s cities on the frontline of worsening climate crisis

New Hampshire’s cities on the frontline of worsening climate crisis

Isabelle Curtis, Josh Shaw, Rhi Watkins, TNH Staff May 12, 2022

After the United States experienced its hottest summer on record last year, the country is poised for more record-breaking heatwaves as climate change worsens. New Hampshire’s infrastructure is being...

Senior farewell: Isabelle Curtis

Senior farewell: Isabelle Curtis

Isabelle Curtis, News Editor May 2, 2022

When I try to recall my junior year of college, the image is hazy like a photo taken with expired film. It was the first semester since COVID-19 had sent us all home the previous spring, and while I was...

Mask and Dagger Opens Production of Wedding Singer

Mask and Dagger Opens Production of Wedding Singer

Rhianwen Watkins April 30, 2022

The University of New Hampshire (UNH) student-run drama club, Mask and Dagger, is getting ready for their opening production of “The Wedding Singer,” which runs April 29 through May 1.  The show,...

SCOPE: behind the scenes 

SCOPE: behind the scenes 

Aimee Rothman & Sarah Donovan, Contributing Writers April 25, 2022

With mostly sunny conditions on Sunday, there was no other place to be on campus besides the Student Committee on Popular Entertainment (SCOPE) and Campus Activities Board’s (CAB) outdoor event, held...

Volunteers at the Waysmeet Centers food pantry organize food.

“I don’t know how other people survive:” Food insecurity rises in New Hampshire

Isabelle Curtis, News Editor March 29, 2022

Durham, NH— John* walks to the Waysmeet Center food pantry every Friday. It’s the only weekday the University of New Hampshire (UNH) student isn't stuck in labs or classes that sometimes don’t get...

Masks no longer required in almost all campus spaces

Masks no longer required in almost all campus spaces

Anna Kate Munsey, Managing Editor March 11, 2022

Last Friday, University of New Hampshire (UNH) President James Dean and Provost Wayne Jones announced in an email that masks were no longer required in indoor spaces on any of the three campuses.   “Throughout...

Durham town elections experience record turnout

Durham town elections experience record turnout

Anna Kate Munsey, Managing Editor March 11, 2022

The town of Durham saw record-breaking election turnout on Tuesday, as well as decisions on a widely-debated issue and the election of new faces to local government.   Unofficial election results...

Dudley and Sandberg reflect as Mill Pond Dam debate comes to a head

Dudley and Sandberg reflect as Mill Pond Dam debate comes to a head

Max Scheinblum March 7, 2022

DURHAM - It was fall 1973 when freshman state legislator Dudley Dudley’s nap was interrupted by the “bringgg” of the telephone. Calling was Barbara Underwood, a Republican colleague whom she considered...

Future of Mill Pond Dam to be decided Tuesday at Durham town election

Future of Mill Pond Dam to be decided Tuesday at Durham town election

Max Scheinblum, Staff Writer March 5, 2022

DURHAM - As winter comes to a close and temperatures rise, residents of Durham wonder if this is the last time they will see a frozen Mill Pond at the center of town. The answer could come Tuesday, March...

What’s in the water?

Max Scheinblum, Staff Writer March 5, 2022

DURHAM - The months-long debate over the Mill Pond Dam will come to a close next week when Durham residents flock to Oyster River High School for their annual election. Key points ranging from fish migration...

UNH’s investigation involving faculty member still ongoing

annakatemunsey26 February 5, 2021

It has now been over four months since the University of New Hampshire (UNH) launched an investigation into a faculty member’s alleged actions on social media.   On Sept....

UNH Lecturers United releases statement addressing inequality, anti-facism

annakatemunsey26 January 21, 2021

In an effort to denounce fascism and defend lecturers’ ability to stand up for truthfulness, the University of New Hampshire’s Lecturers United (UNHLU-AAUP) released a statement on...

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