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GOP proposed redistricting map would shake up congressional districts, switch Durham to NH02

GOP proposed redistricting map would shake up congressional districts, switch Durham to NH02

Ben MacKillop November 22, 2021

The GOP-controlled Committee on Redistricting for the State of New Hampshire released a proposed map early last week ahead of the first hearing on the redistricting process. The proposed map has...

UNH President announces vaccine mandate for all UNH employees

Ben MacKillop October 23, 2021

In an announcement sent out last Friday, UNH President James Dean announced that under new federal requirements some UNH faculty members are considered federal contractors and will now be subject...

UNH increases COVID-19 mask requirements

Ben MacKillop September 10, 2021

As we go through the second week of the semester, COVID-19 has still been on the minds of most in the University of New Hampshire (UNH) community and around the country. Rising cases around the...

N.H. House Bill 98 would move state primary to June

N.H. House Bill 98 would move state primary to June

Ben MacKillop May 7, 2021

Earlier this week, the New Hampshire State Senate began hearings over House Bill 98 which would move the state primary ahead to the fourth Tuesday in June, two months earlier than its current date...

Financial review of UNH athletics budget

Financial review of UNH athletics budget

Ben MacKillop April 22, 2021

On Tuesday, University of New Hampshire (UNH) President James Dean and Athletics Director Marty Scarano announced the culmination of an extensive review of the financial health of UNH’s athletics department.   An...

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....

N.H. student leaders plead for out-of-state student vaccines

N.H. student leaders plead for out-of-state student vaccines

Ben MacKillop April 8, 2021

Earlier this week, University of New Hampshire (UNH) Student Body President Nicholas Fitzgerald and Student Body Vice President Tyler Silverwood signed a letter with other student governments from Dartmouth...

New vaccination site opens at Fox Run Mall

New vaccination site opens at Fox Run Mall

Ben MacKillop April 1, 2021

Starting this past Monday, the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination site run by the state of New Hampshire located at Exeter High School has closed down and been moved to the Fox Run Mall in Newington,...

Abortion set to become key issue in New Hampshire State Senate

Abortion set to become key issue in New Hampshire State Senate

Ben MacKillop March 26, 2021

Two bills seeking to place some limits on abortion within New Hampshire passed the New Hampshire House of Representatives last month and have been introduced in the Senate, setting up a heated battle...

UNH Faculty Senate hosts Convocation on free speech, truth, and civility

UNH Faculty Senate hosts Convocation on free speech, truth, and civility

Ben MacKillop February 25, 2021

On Friday, the University of New Hampshire (UNH), and Faculty Senate co-hosted a convocation on free speech, truth and civility. The hour-long zoom presentation and question and answer session were a...

UNH reports 433 active COVID-19 cases

UNH reports 433 active COVID-19 cases

Ben MacKillop February 18, 2021

In the first week since the University of New Hampshire (UNH) transitioned to orange mode of operations, positive coronavirus (COVID-19) test numbers have dropped slightly, but remain at very high...

Limited space available in quarantine dorms

Limited space available in quarantine dorms

Ben MacKillop February 11, 2021

As we finish the second week of classes in the spring semester, the number of active coronavirus (COVID-19) cases on campus have nearly reached their high from the fall semester causing many students...

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