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Ben-ding Through Time: Sony MDR-V6 Headphones Review

Ben-ding Through Time: Sony MDR-V6 Headphones Review

February 28, 2019

Unless you don’t mind lugging an entire stereo system about you on all your travels or give the slightest damn that all your friends are sick of hearing “Your Love” for the thirtieth time in a row,...

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Ben’s Bar at the TNH Test Kitchen: REAL Chicken Chili

November 15, 2018

I consider my mother to be many things; but aside from one of the greatest people in my life - and too many other roles to count - she is a wonderful chef. Much of my love for food and willingness to try...

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WUNH Rallies for Marathon Week

November 15, 2018

For college radio station and University of New Hampshire staple WUNH, the music never ends as it calls for community support and donations over its annual Marathon Week, running this year from midnight...

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Turning Point USA Holds Fall Festival

November 1, 2018

In doing their part to capitalize on a season of change - both in the air and otherwise - Turning Point USA’s University of New Hampshire branch held its first ever Fall Festival of Freedom on Friday,...

TNH's annual Wildcat Sports Awards

Bret Belden April 27, 2017

Team/Coach of the Year:  Maureen Magarity- Women's Basketball  After a season that broke the program record for most wins in a single season and a program’s first outright regular season America East...

Vietnam War veteran shares experiences in preparation for MUB display

Bret Belden April 27, 2017

Born in 1943 in Manchester, in a house where “you couldn’t rub two nickels together,” Armand Francoeur has lived a life that not many have the opportunity to tell. Francoeur, a 28 year war veteran,...

Trump supporter speaks out about campus experiences

Bret Belden April 27, 2017

Colin Raffio, a UNH junior finance major with a political science minor, had just finished his lunch at Holloway Commons on an early fall day when he started making his way toward the exit. Upon reaching...

SHARPP promotes assault awareness in discussion

Bret Belden April 27, 2017

Students, faculty and SHARPP representatives met Wednesday, April 26, to discuss the future of the battle against sexual harassment on campus, focusing around the anti-street harassment display in the...

Senate rejects SAFC chair nomination

Bret Belden April 27, 2017

Student Senate has rejected the student activity fee committee’s (SAFC) proposal to re-elect sophomore Jake Adams, as the SAFC chairperson on two different occassions according to at-large SAFC member,...

Display debacle: political orgs feud after MUB poster removal

Bret Belden April 27, 2017

Posters of Muslim, Latina and African American women painted in red, white and blue, scripted with “We the People” underneath were hung in the Memorial Union Building (MUB) by a non-student MUB employee...

The finishing touch: After slow start to season, UNH punches ticket to conference tournament

Bret Belden April 24, 2017

The stakes couldn’t have been higher for the UNH women’s lacrosse team on Saturday against Binghamton University, and they were relatively simple to grasp: win, and you’re in the playoffs. UNH accomplished...

Three sides to the story

Bret Belden April 24, 2017

One of my biggest pet peeves is when people speak about an issue they are not educated on.  I have always believed that, until I knew all sides to every story, I would not form an opinion, because an...

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