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N.H. bill easing land permit process passes

A bill has passed in the New Hampshire State Senate that would ease the process for which land permits are given out. According to Sen. Jeb Bradley, the author of the bill, SB 129, current restrictions prohibiting developing on land that might cause any harm to endangered species are holding up a large number of development projects. The proposed changes would require developers to minimize harm instead. However, some wildlife organizations worry the bill might result in harm to endangered species.

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UNH graduate student creates viral TikToks about lumpfish

When Nathaniel Spada started making videos on TikTok featuring lumpfish, he never expected them to go viral. He had been looking for good content to post in the hopes of gaining a following – “I didn’t realize my greatest assets were swimming right in front of me,” he said.

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Bobcats show increased stress in higher populated areas, study shows

Between a canceled spring break and midterms, students at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) are feeling the burnout. However, UNH students are not the only stressed-out wildcats. Bobcats may also be feeling increased stress because of human activity in residential and agricultural areas, according to a study by scientists with UNH’s New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station.

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N.H. bill easing land permit process passes

A bill has passed in the New Hampshire State Senate that would ease the process for which land permits are given out. According to Sen. Jeb Bradley, the author of the bill, SB 129, current restrictions prohibiting developing on land that might cause any harm to endangered species are holding up a large number of development projects. The proposed changes would require developers to minimize harm instead. However, some wildlife organizations worry the bill might result in harm to endangered species.

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Stillings remains open during COVID-19

In response to the coronavirus pandemic, the University of New Hampshire (UNH) sent students, staff and faculty home to work remotely for the rest of the semester. Almost every quintessential part of campus has closed its doors. However, there is one campus building that remains fully functional: Stillings Dining Hall.