Bret Belden

Schools consider face-to-face instruction as COVID-19 cases decrease

President Joe Biden announced Tuesday, March 2, that the administration is striving to vaccinate grade K-12 teachers with their first coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines by the end of this March. He also declared that national vaccination levels are moving vastly ahead of schedule. The U.S. is on track to administer the first vaccine shot to every American adult by the end of May — two months ahead of the previously stated goal.

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UNH student creates nutrition app like no other – LogSmarter™

What began as late nights and early mornings in dorm rooms and one-bedroom apartments over the span of two years ultimately turned University of New Hampshire (UNH) senior computer science major Ryan Lefebvre’s dream into reality. Lefebvre created LogSmarter™, an artificial intelligence (AI) nutrition coach app that uses machine learning to help people reach and sustain their health goals.

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Opinion: You are more important than your grades

Sometimes it seems there will be no end to this pandemic. Yet, we have normalized it now and expected everyone to go on with their lives and not think too much about it. But not thinking about something doesn’t mean it’s not there. It’s there. And it might be affecting you more than you think.

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Sununu approval rating at 72% according to UNH poll

Last week, a UNH survey center conducted poll showed that New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu is still maintaining one of the highest job approval ratings for governors in the country. The poll also offered insights into key issues like redistricting, New Hampshire’s first-in-the-nation primary, and the status of sports betting in the state.

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