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Durham winter break testing updates

The University of New Hampshire (UNH) is now nearly one month into its winter break coronavirus (COVID-19) testing program and currently stands at a 1.24% positivity rate of the students, faculty, staff and contractors participating in the program. This rate is the highest it has been since the start of UNH’s testing program, however there are less people being tested during this period.

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Business spotlight: Koastal Kooks

Inspired by the word “Kook” which is a slang to describe an amateur surfer, Koastal Kooks is an apparel and clothing company founded by University of New Hampshire (UNH) students John Bogush, Patrick Cotter, Adil Hamdi, Carter Havey and Christian Lamers. Though Koastal Kooks was only an idea for these five co-founders when they were in high school, it came to fruition this past summer. Since then, Koastal Kooks has become a popular brand in the UNH community. The brand sells basic clothing pieces ranging from t-shirts, crewnecks, hoodies, sweatpants, to accessories like hats and beanies. 

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Manchester still seeking solution for rising homeless population

Last week the New Hampshire State Police dismantled the growing homeless encampment at 300 Chestnut Street in Manchester. The homeless encampment, which at the time of dismantling housed over 80 tents, had been a growing topic over previous weeks that the Attorney General’s office announced their intent to dismantle the encampment. The encampment area, which sits on state-owned land behind the Manchester courthouse, was deemed a “no camping” area on Nov. 6.

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Durham winter break testing updates

The University of New Hampshire (UNH) is now nearly one month into its winter break coronavirus (COVID-19) testing program and currently stands at a 1.24% positivity rate of the students, faculty, staff and contractors participating in the program. This rate is the highest it has been since the start of UNH’s testing program, however there are less people being tested during this period.

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