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UNH loses member of community, Vincenzo Lirosi

UNH loses member of community, Vincenzo Lirosi

Cassie Hollasch December 9, 2021

A missing person alert reached UNH community members Saturday at 6:18 p.m. It was quickly followed by an email at 6:25 p.m., looking for student Vincenzo Lirosi,...

UNH opens healthcare simulation center to address worker shortages 

UNH opens healthcare simulation center to address worker shortages 

Cassie Hollasch December 9, 2021

The University of New Hampshire (UNH) officially opened the College of Health and Human Services’ Health Sciences Simulation Center (HSSC). Construction for the facility began in November 2020 and was...

UNH Sexual Violence Action Committee pushes for reform on campus

UNH Sexual Violence Action Committee pushes for reform on campus

Cassie Hollasch December 3, 2021

The Sexual Violence Action Committee of New Hampshire (SVAC) is a new, student-run organization pushing for radical changes in the way college campuses handle issues of sexual misconduct. The committee,...

Officer Maggie- The heart of the UNH Police Department

Officer Maggie- The heart of the UNH Police Department

Cassie Hollasch November 29, 2021

Officer Maggie isn’t your typical member of the University of New Hampshire (UNH) Police Department. Maggie stands tall on four legs, snout high with a uniform that consists...

UNH features faculty in TEDx event

UNH features faculty in TEDx event

Cassie Hollasch November 29, 2021

On Nov. 18, the University of New Hampshire (UNH) featured five faculty speakers in its first-ever TEDxUNH event. The independently organized lecture series, licensed by TED, was sponsored...

Album Review: Red (Taylor’s Version)

Album Review: Red (Taylor’s Version)

Cassie Hollasch November 22, 2021

With four albums released in the past year and a half, pop-star icon Taylor Swift has been extremely busy and hard at work. Her most recent album released on Nov. 12, “Red (Taylor’s Version),” consists...

GOP proposed redistricting map would shake up congressional districts, switch Durham to NH02

GOP proposed redistricting map would shake up congressional districts, switch Durham to NH02

Cassie Hollasch November 22, 2021

The GOP-controlled Committee on Redistricting for the State of New Hampshire released a proposed map early last week ahead of the first hearing on the redistricting process....

Dunkin’ opens on-campus for the first time since COVID-19

Dunkin’ opens on-campus for the first time since COVID-19

Cassie Hollasch November 17, 2021

America isn’t the only thing that runs on Dunkin’. On Oct. 8, the University of New Hampshire’s (UNH) on-campus Dunkin’s reopening was met with hordes of excited students and long lines. The...

If persistence had a name: Peter Petrigno

If persistence had a name: Peter Petrigno

Cassie Hollasch November 16, 2021

It is not unusual in the United States to find civil servants from all walks of life. Some have lived comfortable childhoods and want others to live a similar, worry-free existence. Others have come...

COVID-19 booster shots available for all UNH students, faculty and staff

COVID-19 booster shots available for all UNH students, faculty and staff

Cassie Hollasch November 16, 2021

Health & Wellness at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) is now offering Moderna and Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 booster shots to UNH community members. Individuals over...

Mill Pond Dam continues to be a point of contention among Durham community

Mill Pond Dam continues to be a point of contention among Durham community

Cassie Hollasch November 10, 2021

Durham residents will soon have to decide whether or not they want to remove the Mill Pond Dam. Residents will have to mull over the environmental, economic and social consequences of either choice. The...

UNH receives $260 million in record funding

UNH receives $260 million in record funding

Cassie Hollasch November 10, 2021

The University of New Hampshire (UNH) received $260 million in grants and contracts this fiscal year. Among many programs, grants have gone to studies dealing with climate change...

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