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Activists outside Oyster River High School at last Marchs town election

How UNH Students Can Vote in This Week’s Primary

Ashlyn Giroux, Staff Writer September 11, 2022

The New Hampshire state primary will take place this  Tuesday, Sept. 13, and University of New Hampshire (UNH) students may have some questions about where and how to vote. Here’s the breakdown. Any...

UNH community shares final thoughts before Nov. 3 election

Isabelle Curtis October 29, 2020
Celene Johns-Thomas is tired. Johns-Thomas spent the primary season last year encouraging voters to participate in state and local elections. However, Johns-Thomas—who is currently taking a gap year from the University of New Hampshire (UNH)—can no longer find the time or the energy for the political process. 

Pulitzer Prize-winner Haberman visits UNH

Bret Belden October 24, 2019
New York Times White House Correspondent Maggie Haberman gives lecture in Granite State Room as part of the Rutman Distinguished Lecture Series

Heffner discusses open minds with UNH students

Bret Belden October 17, 2019
Alexander Heffner, host of 'The Open Mind' stops by campus to deliver lecture in Hamilton Smith

Wildcats debate future of presidential debates

Hannah Donahue September 12, 2019
Presidential debates on campus are a hot topic between many students and staff

Poli sci professor Dante Scala co-authors a book on GOP factions, nominations

Bret Belden February 1, 2016

Dante Scala, a UNH political science professor and faculty fellow at the Carsey School of Public Policy, recently co-authored a book with his associate Henry Olsen called “The Four Faces of the Republican...

A piece from UNH in outer space

December 1, 2015

By Adam Cook STAFF WRITTER Scientists from UNH collaborated in 2008 to develop components of a satellite that has since been sent into space to gather more information about the boundaries of our solar...

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