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Journalism alumni speak to aspiring journalists

Journalism alumni speak to aspiring journalists

Josh Morrill April 27, 2021
In an effort to help aspiring young journalists adapt to reform in the industry, the University of New Hampshire (UNH) journalism program organized the annual Donald M. Murray Visiting Journalist event; this year being titled “Journalism Today and Tomorrow: Lessons Learned in the Newsroom.”

Issue 19 of the 2020-21 Academic Year

Josh Morrill March 31, 2021
Issue 19 of the 2020-21 Academic Year
President Dean announces return to yellow mode

President Dean announces return to yellow mode

Josh Morrill March 4, 2021
On March 1, 2021, University of New Hampshire President James Dean announced in an email to students and faculty that the university would be returning to yellow mode, a distinction that would allow for full student-focused operation on campus.
N.H. college students among last to receive vaccine

N.H. college students among last to receive vaccine

Josh Morrill February 17, 2021
For students at the University of New Hampshire (UNH), the last week has been a miserable case of déjà vu, and a coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine provides a glimmer of hope.
Kenneth Holmes addresses quarantine capacity issues

Kenneth Holmes addresses quarantine capacity issues

Josh Morrill February 11, 2021
After the University of New Hampshire (UNH) released their coronavirus (COVID-19) testing information on Feb. 10 via their COVID-19 Lab Testing Dashboard, Senior Vice Provost of Student Life Kenneth Holmes sent out a video message to the university community addressing the increased quarantine and contact tracing numbers.
UNH resources to help you celebrate Black History Month

UNH resources to help you celebrate Black History Month

Josh Morrill February 7, 2021
As students migrate back to Durham and into their dorms, they are being met with the requirements of coronavirus (COVID-19) self-testing, signing prerequisite pledges and maintaining a valid Wildcat Pass, but they are also arriving just in time for the annually commemorated “Black History Month.”
The Folklore of Evermore

The Folklore of Evermore

Josh Morrill February 3, 2021
Just when her fans thought she was all out of surprises, Taylor Swift decided to drop yet another 17 songs with almost no heads up. I guess we really shouldn’t be surprised. With all of the quarantining and free time, it only feels right that she would be expressing herself in some folk-pop lyrics for her millions of fans to enjoy.
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