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Farewell Column: Goodbye from the science guy

Bret Belden April 14, 2016

Over these past four years this university has made me feel at home. From the late nights to frantically studying for tests, I feel like I’ve learned my fair share of knowledge that has helped prepare...

Retired professor awarded vegetable breeding award

Bret Belden April 7, 2016

Professor Emeritus Brent Loy was awarded the 2015 Vegetable Breeding Working Group Award of Excellence by the American Society of Horticultural Science. Loy, a retired professor of plant biology and genetics,...

The UNH class of 2016 plans for what’s next

Bret Belden April 4, 2016

Another school year will soon be coming to an end, and another batch of seniors are preparing to move on and join the real world. However, a common problem is not all seniors have an idea of where they...

Snow severity takes Clement by surprise

Bret Belden March 24, 2016

With snowstorms in spring and heat waves in winter, New England weather is arguably one of the hardest things to predict. On Monday, March 21, Durham was hit by a snowstorm that was predicted to deliver...

The Spot opens its 3rd location on the Seacoast

Bret Belden March 21, 2016

With summer quickly approaching, it is apparent that many people are trying to get in better shape to look good on the beach. As it is widely known, maintaining a good exercise routine and healthy diet...

Accomplished author found hiding among UNH Dining staff

Bret Belden March 20, 2016

Growing up, everyone has had a dream job, but oftentimes, those dreams are replaced with realities. For Gary Sabbag, this is not the case. Sabbag grew up living at his family’s restaurant in Hingham,...

Harvard professor speaks to UNH about the origin of life

Bret Belden March 20, 2016

By Adam Cook STAFF WRITER Students, professors and local residents filled the auditorium in Spaulding Hall Tuesday night, as highly credited scientist George Whitesides began his speech about the origin...

The curtailing operation

Bret Belden March 20, 2016

After watching the weather, many students lie awake hoping for a snow day, but few know of the efforts that go into determining whether or not to cancel classes. New England weather has always been unpredictable,...

UNH alumni duo brings funk to the seacoast

Bret Belden February 22, 2016

Two childhood friends and UNH graduates bring their own style of funk and their own version of a jig to iTunes.  Jig and Funk is made up of two UNH alumni, Anthony Fiel and Elliot Tousely. The duo are...

Dr. Nancy Targett appointed as the new provost

Bret Belden February 1, 2016

Last week, President Mark Huddleston appointed Dr. Nancy Targett, acting president from the University of Delaware as UNH’s new provost. A provost is a high ranking position that overlooks the administration...

Screening of the movie Everest 3D to come to UNH

December 8, 2015

By Adam Cook Staff Writer Treacherous winds, freezing temperatures and blizzards sound terrible to most people, but for Rob Hall, Jake Fischer and the rest of the brave hikers who tried to conquer Mt....

UNH professors share their stories of being in Paris during the recent terrorist attacks

December 8, 2015

By Adam Cook Staff Writer As information is still coming out about the terrorist attacks in Paris this past weekend, United States citizens who were in Paris at the time are coming home to be reunited...

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