Hannah Donahue

“Phantasmagoria” at 3S Artspace looks into memories of Portsmouth

Mia Rollins was determined to pursue a career in figure skating; ultimately, turning her passion into her dream job. At age 18 an ankle injury destroyed this possibility. Devastated, Rollins turned to a different creative avenue – art. She attended Brown University where she received a bachelor’s degree in Visual Art and Modern Culture. Rollins now works full time as an artist and actively applies to show her work in galleries across the United States.

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New Hampshire rolls out Phase 1B of vaccine distribution plan

Now over a month since the first doses of the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine arrived in New Hampshire, over 50,000 people have received at least one dose of the vaccine. Phase 1A of vaccine distribution, which includes health care workers, emergency responders, and older adults living in residential care facilities, is wrapping up in the next two weeks as the first round of vaccine recipients are now receiving their second doses.

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UNH Law won’t change “Franklin Pierce” title

University of New Hampshire (UNH) President James W. Dean decided not to change the name of the UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law after a task force of students, faculty, staff, and alumni recommended against doing so. The school considered eliminating Franklin Pierce’s, the fourteenth and only U.S. President from N.H., name because of his connections with slavery.

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