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Nine UNH students begin their study abroad journey in Budapest, Hungary.

Getting Our Footing in Budapest, Hungary

Emma Kostyun, Contributing Writer March 20, 2023

Nine strangers met for only their third time in Boston International Airport to spend the next four months with each other. After eight hours in the air we touched down in Budapest, Hungary. Through the...

Students and employers filled the Memorial Union Building for CaPS spring career and internship fair.

CaPs Holds Spring Career and Internship Fair

Brianna Williams, Staff Writer March 20, 2023

DURHAM- Career and Professional Success (CaPS) welcomed over 220 businesses and 1,300 students to its spring Career and Internship Fair from Feb. 28- March 2.  The three day event had companies ranging...

Krista Farrell as Sara Weddington and Maddie London as Norma McCorvey arguing amongst other pro and anti-abortion activists during a town hall on the topic.

‘ROE’ Review: Hilarious and Heartbreaking

Amanda Pirani, Arts Editor March 8, 2023

Content Warning: This piece discusses abortion, domestic violence, systemic oppression and other topics that may be triggering for survivors.   University of New Hampshire (UNH)’s production...

Psychological and Counseling Services (PACS) located in Smith Hall at UNH.

Various UNH Departments Affected by Shifting Mental Health Conversation

Victoria Fluet , Contributing Writer March 8, 2023

Departments across the University of New Hampshire are working hard to bridge the gap between professionals' and students' understanding of mental health. The decline in college mental health is a well-documented...

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​​Through the Belly of HoCo

Chloe Gross, Staff Writer March 8, 2023

When a napkin arrives at Holloway Commons Dining Hall (HoCo), it enters how everything else does–at the loading dock. Boxes of the brown paper tissue neighbor local apples in cardboard crates, frozen...

Freshman Leadership Revives UNH Native American Cultural Association (NACA)

Freshman Leadership Revives UNH Native American Cultural Association (NACA)

Jade Kwitkiwski, Contributing Writer March 7, 2023

Despite being one of the seven advertised Diversity Support Coalition (DSC) organizations, the Native American Cultural Association (NACA) has held no executive board or general members meetings for many...

Review: “The White Lotus” Season Two

Review: “The White Lotus” Season Two

Owen Mayer, Staff Writer March 5, 2023

Second seasons are always tough. But for HBO’s “The White Lotus,” which brought home five Emmys in 2022 for season one, would naturally be renewed for another sharp-witted season. And of course,...

Students play pleasure plinko with Health & Wellness intern, Sam Ansart. 2/14/23

Health & Wellness hosts Pleasure Party for Valentine’s Day

Aidan Bearor , Staff Writer March 3, 2023

DURHAM- This Valentine’s Day saw another installment of Health & Wellness’ Pleasure Party. Serving as a smaller, more intimate counterpart to the fall semester’s Sexpo, it was met with a warm...

The Mount Washington Hotel in the White Mountains.

Signature New Hampshire Winters Are Vulnerable in Changing Climate

Julie Bobyock, News Editor March 1, 2023

This past winter has been quite an unusual one. With temperatures sporadically rising to the 60s and a lack of significant snowfall, it has been one New Hampshire’s warmest winters ever recorded. January’s...

Intramural Sports Welcomes Ice Pickleball

Intramural Sports Welcomes Ice Pickleball

Brianna Williams, Staff Writer February 27, 2023

DURHAM- With the spring semester underway, intramural sports have started up again and have added a new sport to the mix–ice pickleball.  Ice pickleball is a combination of volleyball and tennis...

Renewable Energy: The future for New Hampshire

Renewable Energy: The future for New Hampshire

Sarah Donovan, Content Editor February 27, 2023

With the New England region warming at one of the fastest rates in the world due to climate change, a transition to more renewable energy is essential to reduce greenhouse gases and further warming.  To...

Dean Touts Past, Present, Future in State of the University Address

Dean Touts Past, Present, Future in State of the University Address

Max Scheinblum, Executive Editor February 27, 2023

DURHAM - UNH President James Dean delivered his annual State of the University Address on Tuesday, Feb. 14 in a Strafford Room packed with various administrators, high level faculty and an array of Reserve...

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