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SCOPE receives budget increase

Bret Belden April 7, 2017

Because of a budget increase decision made by the Student Activity Fee Committee (SAFC) on Nov. 20, 2016, the Student Committee of Popular Entertainment (SCOPE) will be receiving $25,750 from SAFC next...

Sigma Beta to return to campus after 9-year ban

Bret Belden March 30, 2017

Before the end of this semester, the Sigma Beta Fraternity will again become an organization recognized by the university, according to the director of the Memorial Union Building (MUB), MaryAnne Lustgraaf....

Local Smuttynose Brewery brews UNH 1866 beer for the UNH 150 Celebration

Bret Belden March 27, 2017

 The Smuttynose Brewery Company sold out of its newly released UNH-themed beer, “1866,” the week after its initial release on March 13. According to Smuttynose Brewery Communications Specialist Doug...

Admissions sees 8 percent increase for fall 2017 in-state applicants

Bret Belden March 9, 2017

As of the March 1 deadline, 19,073 applications have been received by the UNH Office of Admissions from prospective students for the fall 2017 semester. Of that total, 4,319 applicants were in-state residents...

UNH spreads self-love and education through Eating Concerns Awareness Week

Bret Belden March 6, 2017

UNH Health Services hosted various events at the Hamel Recreation Center for “Eating Concerns Awareness Week” (Feb. 27-March 3), to spread awareness about eating disorders and to reach out to those...

UNH IT to release spam preventing application

Bret Belden February 27, 2017

More than 18 million emails were processed through the UNH email systems over the course of the last two weeks. According to UNH Information Technology (IT), seven million of these emails were marked...

Lessons from a New Hampshire lottery leader

Bret Belden February 20, 2017

Students hung on to the edge of their seats as Kelley-Jaye Cleland, whose past professions include being a professional ice skater, a massage therapist, a bartender, a meat marketer and even a terror-fighter,...

UNH researchers create new material for biomedical use

Bret Belden February 2, 2017

A prototype of a new material that could advance protection qualities of armor and other biomedical inventions has been created by UNH mechanical engineering Assistant Professor Yaning Li and a group...

‘Buddies’ new and old dance the night away

Bret Belden January 30, 2017

UNH students and members of Best Buddies chapters from all across the state flooded the Memorial Union Building’s (MUB) Granite State Room (GSR) for the annual Snowball Dance on Saturday, Jan. 28. UNH...

Hamilton Smith renovations on track for fall 2017 opening

Bret Belden December 5, 2016

UNH is confidently predicting that the Hamilton Smith Hall renovation and addition project will be finished for the start of the 2017 fall semester. UNH Facilities Project Management Director Brenda Whitmore...

ECenter holds panel discussion on entrepreneurs

Bret Belden November 17, 2016

A panel discussion regarding the qualities that make an entrepreneur successful was hosted by the Peter T. Paul Entrepreneur Center (ECenter) on Tuesday, Nov. 15, 6:30-8 p.m. in the Memorial Union Building’s...

ECenter recruits student entrepreneurs through sticky notes

Bret Belden November 14, 2016

Since January of this year, students interested in starting their own companies have had the opportunity to develop their original ideas through the use of the Peter T. Paul Entrepreneur Center (ECenter)....

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