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Innocent Country 2

‘Innocent Country 2’ by Quelle Chris: A review

Hannah Donahue May 15, 2020

Fate, kismet, destiny. It’s got a smorgasbord of different names, but countless people seem to believe in it; this idea that everything happens for a reason. There’s no scientific way to prove it,...

Class of 2020 Senior Farewells: Caleb Nathan Jagoda, Arts Editor

Class of 2020 Senior Farewells: Caleb “Nathan” Jagoda, Arts Editor

Hannah Donahue April 21, 2020

Working at The New Hampshire has been one of the most valuable experiences I’ve had at UNH. I remember walking into my first contributors meeting freshman year, nervous that the editors would...

Earl Sweatshirts I Dont Like S***, I Dont Go Outside five years later

Earl Sweatshirt’s “I Don’t Like S***, I Don’t Go Outside” five years later

Hannah Donahue March 30, 2020

Five years ago, Earl Sweatshirt released his sophomore studio album "I Don't Like S***, I Don't Go Outside," accomplishing the near-impossible. He created an album that not only depicted a specific time...

Finding Freddy: Story behind Durham delicacy

Finding Freddy: Story behind Durham delicacy

Hannah Donahue February 20, 2020

It started as countless great (and not so great) college ideas do: With the “drunk munchies” in a fraternity house at 3 a.m. on a weekend night.  Now 32 years old, Fred Attia, 2009 University...

‘Sudden Death’ by Quelle Chris and Chris Keys is an enchanting proclamation of relief

‘Sudden Death’ by Quelle Chris and Chris Keys is an enchanting proclamation of relief

Hannah Donahue February 13, 2020

Some songs possess this strangely uplifting power; it’s as if the minute you pop your headphones in, the conjuring commences. All your previous trials, tribulations and worries disappear with the roll...

‘Circles’ is Mac Miller’s tender, contemplative send-off

January 30, 2020

This isn’t an album review. Personally, it feels wrong to review a posthumous album, given that its release is more so a tribute to that person’s life and passion for music than an artistic statement...

Twenty-year history of underage drinking at UNH

Twenty-year history of underage drinking at UNH

Hannah Donahue January 30, 2020

Full beer bottles whizzed by the heads of a packed crowd. Chunks of wood, debris, couches and chairs flew with reckless abandon. Fire danced alongside wooden...

Album review: Feet of Clay - Earl Sweatshirt

Album review: ‘Feet of Clay’ – Earl Sweatshirt

Bret Belden November 14, 2019

“The feet of clay were at the bottom of an idol that the King of Babylon had a dream about. And the statue was supposed to represent all the empires of the world, like chronologically. We find ourselves...

The legend of Big Joe Grizzly

Bret Belden November 1, 2019

Do you ever come across a person who steals your breath away like a thief in the night? Someone so captivating, so encapsulating, so awe-inspiring, that you can’t help but be completely and totally...

our generation’s great American writer: billy woods

our generation’s great American writer: billy woods

Bret Belden October 11, 2019

Writing is a unique art form, to say the least. We’re all forced to do it from a young age, taught to scribe our thoughts onto a sheet in a more measured manner than blurting out...

TNH café review: Adelle’s Coffeehouse

Hannah Donahue September 26, 2019

There’s something about small-town coffee shops that’s so inviting come fall time.   Warm apple cider that stokes the wind-chilled cinders of your stomach, freshly-baked bagels giving...

Would I survive a night with Pennywise?

Hannah Donahue September 19, 2019

“It” has become a cultural phenomenon. The original “miniseries” from 1990 terrified a generation of now-adults with a hilarious/wildly-scary performance from Tim Curry as Pennywise the Dancing...

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