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Mahrajan celebration educates about Arabic culture

Bret Belden April 10, 2017

In order to both celebrate and educate students about an often misunderstood culture, UNH’s Middle Eastern Cultural Association (UNH MECA) held a Mahrajan, Arabic for festival, on Thursday, April 6,...

Farewell column: An unconventional journey

Bret Belden April 7, 2017

My path to TNH was certainly an unconventional one. When I decided to transfer to the Durham campus from UNH Manchester, I was studying communication arts and wanted to work with video production. That...

On the spot with Miranda and Marissa Parker

Bret Belden April 7, 2017

Last week’s UNH Dance Company concert consisted of two very diverse performances; an adaptation of “Cinderella” for ballet, and a Jazz, Tap and Aerial (JTA) performance of “Ooh, La Paree!” Among...

Student org educates community about Iranian culture

Bret Belden April 3, 2017

Together with the Iranian Association of New Hampshire, UNH’s International Student Organization (ISO) hosted a conversation on Iranian culture in Memorial Union Building room 330 last Thursday, March...

UNH organization showcases Jewish culture by celebrating Shabbat

Bret Belden March 27, 2017

Each organization in the UNH Diversity Support Coalition held events to celebrate and raise awareness for all the various cultural traditions that make up UNH, as part of UNH’s Diversity Week. UNH Hillel,...

On the Spot with MFA candidate Kristen Peyton

Bret Belden March 9, 2017

Master of Fine Arts in painting candidate Kristen Peyton has always been connected to art.  “I believe art is an essential thread in the fabric of what it means to be human,” Peyton said. “My...

Muslim Student Association presents talk on the refugee crisis

Bret Belden March 6, 2017

Humanitarian activist and author Becky Sakellariou is a first hand witness to the refugee crisis currently affecting Europe. She spoke on Friday, March 3, in the Strafford room of the Memorial Union Building...

Review: Oedipus at Colonus

Bret Belden March 2, 2017

Imagine, for a moment, a world in which free will is non-existent, and your fate was pre-determined before your birth. You can try as hard as you can to escape fate, but you have no choice in the matter,...

USNH collaborates on three-part theater event

Bret Belden February 24, 2017

Though the Oedipus Cycle plays were created hundreds of years ago, professor of theatre and humanities David Richman thinks that current students at UNH will have a lot to learn from these classic productions.  “This...

NH Notables earn second in regional competition; Prepare to move on to semifinals

Bret Belden February 16, 2017

After competing against eight other groups in the International Competition of Collegiate A Cappella (ICCA) Northeast Quarterfinals last Saturday, Feb. 11, UNH’s original all-female a cappella group,...

NH Notables hit the road to compete in the ICCA Northeast Quarterfinals

Bret Belden February 10, 2017

Ten collegiate a cappella groups from the Northeast will be competing in the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella (ICCA) Northeast Quarterfinal at Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts,...

One for the thumb: UNH students celebrate Patriots’ 34-28 Super Bowl victory

Bret Belden February 6, 2017

It was around 10:25 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 5 when the New England Patriots pulled off a miraculous comeback win against the Atlanta Falcons during Super Bowl LI. Fireworks signaled the start of the festivities...

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