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E-scooters parked outside the MUB have little protection from New England weather.

The Conversation Around E-Scooters Continues

Cassandra Chabot, Staff Writer February 28, 2024

It’s common to see students finding alternative ways to get to class in 2024, and the changing of seasons does not stop their innovation. In the upcoming months of rain and snow, electronic motorized...

President Dean delivered the 2024 State of the University Address on Feb. 13.

State of the University Address Shares News of the Past Year

Meredith Hohnbaum, Staff Writer February 23, 2024

President James Dean delivered the 2024 State of the University Address to the University of New Hampshire (UNH) community in the Strafford Room of the Memorial Union Building (MUB) on Tuesday, Feb. 13,...

Leah Pereira (right) and Sophia Schlichtmann (left)

Got questions? Consult the Wildcat Word with Sophia and Leah

Leah Pereira and Sophia Schlichtmann, Staff Writers February 22, 2024

Do you hate everything in your closet? Are you looking for love in all the wrong places? Are you experiencing an existential crisis? Hi, there! We are Sophia and Leah, and we have the answers to your...

Chef Todd Sweet showing off the meat from Maine Family Farms in the walk in refrigerators below Holloway Commons Dining Hall.

The Sweet Life of Chef Todd

Isabel Dreher, Managing Editor February 14, 2024

As hungry University of New Hampshire (UNH) students flow into Holloway Commons (HoCo) at all hours of the day, it’s not uncommon for them to see a man in a white coat with two rows of buttons and a...

The University of New Hampshires Thompson Hall in Durham.

UNH graduate students move closer to unionizing: Low pay, high housing costs key issues

Ian Lenahan, Foster's Daily Democrat February 6, 2024

DURHAM — Hundreds of graduate student workers at the University of New Hampshire are one step closer to fully unionizing, a multi-year effort expected to conclude in March with the election of union...

Donald Trump and Joe Biden secure wins in New Hampshire Primary Election

Abigail Driscoll, Staff Writer February 2, 2024

On January 23, New Hampshire residents gathered at the polls to cast their votes in the presidential primary, leading to a victory for former President Donald Trump, bringing him one step closer to the...

Amanda Daly and Jed Siebert holding their signs at the first UNH demonstration for Palestine

Polarization of Israel-Palestine conflict and calls for peace in UNH Community

Sophia Schlichtmann, Staff Writer January 28, 2024

On November 15 University of New Hampshire (UNH) students sat in room 352 of Dimond library with paints and a scroll of paper with the names of those who had been killed in the Palestinian territories...

UNH to cut 72 faculty and staff members

Isabel Dreher, Managing Editor January 25, 2024

On the morning of Jan. 17, Ashley Cierri along with her music department peers, received an email in her inbox with a subject line simply stating “Some News.” The email came from Susan Adams, the senior...

Patients at the Drip Bar sit in one of the seven white leather lounge chairs that line the main room.

Drip IV Therapy: Infiltrating the Wellness Industry One Drop at a Time

Kylie Valluzzi, Staff Writer January 15, 2024

On a blustery Friday afternoon in early December, Tori Scearbo concocted an intravenous (IV) drip for a client. She stood in teal scrub-like joggers and Hoka sneakers, garbed in a mask, plastic gown, and...

Models taking their final walks in the CL fashion shows third category: Get Dressed up to Get Down.

Dover Clothing Library provides first-hand looks at second-hand attire

Sophia Schlichtmann, Staff Writer December 21, 2023

On Dec. 1, the Dover Public Library (DPL) was perhaps the rowdiest it has been in the building’s 118-year history, with the exception of the children’s room, of course. Loud pop music played as...

On October 18, the University of New Hampshires College Republicans held a candlelit vigil on Thompson Hall lawn for the lives that had been lost on October 7.

Israel-Palestine Conflict: Historically, Currently and its effect on UNH

Abigail Driscoll, Staff Writer December 18, 2023

Amidst Durham’s first snow of the season, a group of students stood in freezing rain holding signs in support of the people in Gaza. The students of the pro-Palestinian demonstration were only a small...

University officials conversed with UNH Student Body President, Joseph Skehan, and the general student population on the issue of electric scooters on campus

Scootergate Explained

Cassandra Chabot, Staff Writer December 14, 2023

Beginning in September, the University of New Hampshire’s “Monthly Updates,” courtesy of President James Dean, have all had a common reminder: to please take care while walking, riding and driving...

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