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Pachinko: a stunning depiction of immigration, family, and sacrifice

Ava Montalbano, Contributor May 14, 2022

“Pachinko” by Min Jin Lee is a beautifully written novel about four generations of a Korean family living in Japan. Lee is a fantastic storyteller whose characters capture the complexity of immigration,...

I tried really hard to like “It Ends With Us” by Colleen Hoover; believe me, I did.

Ava Montalbano April 29, 2022

My biggest mistake was going into reading the book with really high expectations. I caught wind of how great the book was through TikTok, and after hearing so many people rave about it, I knew I had to...

Covid College: Zooming in on its impacts on the UNH student community

Covid College: Zooming in on its impacts on the UNH student community

Julie Bobyock , Staff Writer March 9, 2022

It’s been two years since the outbreak of a pandemic that has impacted everyone’s lives – businesses, institutions and corporations globally have had to not only develop countless new protocols,...

The Batman Review: A Film Both Needed and Deserved

The Batman Review: A Film Both Needed and Deserved

Joshua Shaw, Staff Writer March 5, 2022

At its best, journalism is an attempt at objectivity.   It asks those who participate to shove preconceived notions aside to let an unbiased perspective take hold. This is true in sports journalism,...

UNH Theatre Department Performs Into the Woods

UNH Theatre Department Performs Into the Woods

Rhianwen Watkins , News Editor March 5, 2022

The University of New Hampshire (UNH) Theatre department performed their final show of “Into the Woods” last Sunday. The musical, which ran Feb. 23- 27, was a huge success and brought incredible talent...

Why celebrity voice acting is lazy

Why celebrity voice acting is lazy

Isabelle Curtis February 4, 2022
Last November, I was one of the many that watched with fascinated horror as Chris Pratt was voice cast as Mario and then Garfield only days later.  Despite recent allegations of homophobia, Pratt’s rise to stardom from the Marvel franchise has made him a box office draw.
If persistence had a name: Peter Petrigno

If persistence had a name: Peter Petrigno

Eric Hilton November 16, 2021

It is not unusual in the United States to find civil servants from all walks of life. Some have lived comfortable childhoods and want others to live a similar, worry-free existence. Others have come...

Opinion: UNH Health & Wellness Hosted Pro-Abortion Panel Discussion

Opinion: UNH Health & Wellness Hosted Pro-Abortion Panel Discussion

Althea Ansah November 10, 2021

I glanced at the clock in my living room: it was 6:27 p.m. After grabbing my phone and headphones, I rushed upstairs to my room and logged onto Zoom. University of New Hampshire (UNH) Health &...

Why we need the Freedom to Vote Act

Why we need the Freedom to Vote Act

Heath Howard September 29, 2021

If you are a young person in New Hampshire like me, there is a seemingly endless list of concerns that make us question our future. Every day, we see the devastating effects of climate change with...

Opinion: HB544 would impact effective discourse

Cassie Hollasch May 17, 2021

As students who have benefitted from professors who have taught topics that others find difficult to address, we know that progress is not made through silence. It is made through rigorous debate...

OPINION: Should students be required to pass a citizenship test?

OPINION: Should students be required to pass a citizenship test?

Ben MacKillop April 14, 2021

Last week, the New Hampshire State Senate passed HB320, a bill that if signed by Gov. Chris Sununu would add a civics competency as a graduation requirement for all New Hampshire public high schools....

SCOPE Hosts Pete Davidson for virtual Q&A

SCOPE Hosts Pete Davidson for virtual Q&A

Cassie Hollasch April 8, 2021

Saturday Night Live (SNL) star, Pete Davidson, was welcomed to a Q&A hosted by the University of New Hampshire’s (UNH)  Student Committee on Popular Entertainment (SCOPE) and moderated by SNL’s Alex...

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