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UNH graduate Sophie Kenny helps change local lives

Bret Belden October 23, 2019

Sophie Kenny a 22-year-old University of New Hampshire (UNH) graduate from Stratham, NH, made huge strides in benefitting the lives of individuals and families in the Kennebunk, ME area,...

Too Many Zooz electrifies Portsmouth audience at 3S Artspace

Too Many Zooz electrifies Portsmouth audience at 3S Artspace

Hannah Donahue April 18, 2019

“When I say ‘Too Many,’ you say ‘Zooz,’” Leo Pellegrino, saxophonist of brasshouse trio Too Many Zooz (TMZ) commanded the audience of the band’s show at 3S Artspace...

Diplomat inspired to initiate scholarship fund

Hannah Donahue April 17, 2019

State Department security officer Mark Lenzi was medevacked last June from Guangzhou, China, where he had been working in the U.S. Consulate. Lenzi said he and his family had been experiencing classic...

Goodr sunglasses review

Goodr sunglasses review

Hannah Donahue April 10, 2019

When the best pair of sunglasses I’ve ever owned got stolen from my jacket pocket in the cubbies outside of HoCo this past December, I thought that I would never love again. It took me 20 years (a...

Too Many Zooz rise from the bottom: An interview with the King of Sludge

Too Many Zooz’ rise from the bottom: An interview with the King of Sludge

April 4, 2019

When it comes down to it, the success of Brasshouse band Too Many Zooz came from a video taken on an iPhone. King of Sludge (KOS), the drummer of Too Many Zooz, said that...

In the classroom: Fighting to eradicate violence

In the classroom: Fighting to eradicate violence

March 28, 2019

Tim Churchard, professor of Women’s Studies 403, Gender Issues in College Sports, invited his students to get out of their seats last Monday night and practice martial arts. Students formed pairs...

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Advocating for climate change reform at the midterm elections

Ian Lenahan November 8, 2018

Quincy Abramson, a University of New Hampshire senior studying Italian and International Affairs, spent much of this Tuesday standing in the rain, encouraging students to vote and helping them find their...

Excess Dining Dollars; impending food drive

Bret Belden April 27, 2017

‘Tis the season at UNH for many students to be a bit overwhelmed by any remaining Dining Dollars that they have failed to use up over the last two semesters. Students are making more trips to Union...

On the Spot with Bruno Pape

Bret Belden April 24, 2017

About 12 years ago, Bruno Pape asked his daughter if she would like a unicycle for Christmas, and now he is known amongst many UNH students as the man who cycles around campus while juggling. “It’s...

Alter Ego Dance Crew prepares for showcase

Bret Belden April 7, 2017

In April of 2015, UNH senior and Alter Ego Dance Crew President Michelle Zhu, from Shanghai, China, inquired through the Chinese Students and Scholars Association (CSSA) if any students would be interested...

‘Cats lend helping paw with Alternative Break Challenge

Bret Belden March 23, 2017

Though most students have returned to campus from coastal vacation spots, snowy ski mountains or the comfort of their own homes, some students have returned from spring break from spots in the country...

Outdoor businesses look to UNH for summer workers

Bret Belden February 27, 2017

UNH has been hosting the Outdoor Jobs and Summer Camps fair since 2008 with hundreds of students visiting the fair each year. This year, the event was held in the Granite State Room (GSR) this past Thursday,...

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