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Senior Farewell: Max Scheinblum

Senior Farewell: Max Scheinblum

Max Scheinblum, Executive Editor May 16, 2024

At the very moment I’m typing this, I have a tick over 300 words down, largely in the form of fragmented sentences and bullet points. Some highlights: The profound “emoji fun” ; the eloquent “no...

One of two rain gardens behind Hamilton Smith

UNH’s Stormwater Center Undergoes a Renovation

Adria Meadvin, Contributing Writer May 15, 2024

Where does rainwater go, and what does it carry with it as it rushes across a parking lot? What about all that melted snow each spring, flowing from the mountains toward the Seacoast? The University...

Where to freak out at UNH

Where to freak out at UNH

Sophia Schlichtmann, Staff Writer May 10, 2024

You might feel like a ghost of yourself cramming for finals this week: your dining dollars are in the single digits or behind the decimal point from purchasing sweet treat after sweet treat to get you...

Christian Katumba and Rachel Rowley

Christian Katumba and Rachel Rowley share their plans to unify the student body

Sophia Schlichtmann, Staff Writer May 9, 2024

On March 28, third-year student Christian Katumba was elected University of New Hampshire (UNH) study body president (SBP) and second-year student Rachel Rowley was elected student body vice president...

Senior Farewell: Alexander Rapp

Senior Farewell: Alexander Rapp

Alexander Rapp, Digital Editor May 9, 2024

Hello, Wildcats! Welcome to my senior farewell and final episode as host of TNH Review. If this sounds clunky over your headphones that’s because I’m writing this out to be published on our website...

Senior Farewell: Brianna Williams

Senior Farewell: Brianna Williams

Brianna Williams, Sports Editor May 9, 2024

I spent my freshman year coming to The New Hampshire (TNH) contributor meetings and leaving, having no idea if I could see myself being part of something like this. I was expected to reach out to strangers...

Senior Farewell: Owen Mayer

Senior Farewell: Owen Mayer

Owen Mayer, Content Editor May 9, 2024

When I was a kid, I had several different dream jobs: race car driver, astronaut, actor, author, the list goes on and on. However, I never planned on majoring in journalism in college, nor did I think...

Smith Hall, where the PACS office is located

Budget Cuts Impact Mental Health Resources on Campus

Pacy Morgado and Adria Meadvin, Contributing Writers May 9, 2024

“It was in January, I got an email from her saying that her job had been terminated and that she no longer works at the university,” said Emma Locher, first year Human Development and Family Studies...

UNH announced Elizabeth Chilton as the new president of the university.

Elizabeth Chilton named 21st President of UNH

Isabel Dreher, Managing Editor May 7, 2024

On the morning of May 7, the University of New Hampshire (UNH) announced Elizabeth Chilton as the next university president.  The search for current President James Dean’s predecessor has been ongoing...

Following the events of May 1, UNH students and faculty members gathered on T-Hall lawn to stand in solidarity with student protesters and Palestine.

UNH Students and Faculty Walkout in Solidarity with Student Protestors and Palestine

On May 6 at the University of New Hampshire (UNH), students and faculty members participated in a walkout on Thompson Hall (T-Hall) lawn in solidarity with student protestors and Palestine following the...

12 arrests made on T-Hall Lawn at pro-Palestine Demonstration

Abigail Driscoll, Isabel Dreher and Kaylin Moriarty, Staff Writer, Managing Editor and Executive Editor May 7, 2024

On May 1 at the University of New Hampshire (UNH), 10 students and two non-students were arrested after an encampment began on Thompson Hall (T-Hall) lawn.   The University of New Hampshire Palestine...

Sriyam Rimal, the student behind this project, sifted through university archives for over a year for this exhibit.

SHARPP Anniversary Exhibit in Dimond Library highlights organization’s decades-long history

Abigail Driscoll, Staff Writer May 7, 2024

Just by the West Elevator on the main floor of Dimond Library, a pop-up history exhibit will hang on the walls until May 8. The exhibit opened on April 30 and displays the 35 year history of SHARPP, the...

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