The Student News Site of University of New Hampshire

The New Hampshire

The New Hampshire

The New Hampshire

International students discuss their views on American Exceptionalism

International students discuss their views on American Exceptionalism

Jasmine Taudvin February 23, 2021
If you didn’t learn about American exceptionalism in school, chances are you understood the concept socially or from the media. The term defines a political ideology that the United States is inherently different from the rest of the world and holds a special place in world affairs.
The future of American politics

The future of American politics

Anna Kate Munsey January 31, 2021
Donald Trump lost reelection and Joe Biden won the presidency. Democrats lost 12 seats but maintained control of the U.S. House, and with wins in both Georgia runoff races, they have just barely gained control of the U.S. Senate. The U.S. Supreme Court, as of the nomination of Justice Amy Coney Barrett, holds a 6-3 conservative majority. What does all of this mean? And, how did we get here?
BERLIN, GERMANY - JANUARY 09: A person tabs on the suspended account of Donald Trump, President of the United States of America, on Twitter on January 09, 2021 in Berlin, Germany. The American microblogging and social networking service Twitter suspended Trump after his fans stormed the United States Capitol in Washington and to prevent further incitements for violence. (Photo by Florian Gaertner/Photothek via Getty Images)

Opinion: The fallout from Trump’s social media ban is just beginning

Isabelle Curtis January 27, 2021
On Jan. 6, thousands of demonstrators, many wearing “MAGA” merchandise and waving Trump 2020 flags, broke into the second floor of the U.S. Capitol building right outside the Senate chamber to stop the certification of the 2020 election results. The riot was the product of weeks of speeches and tweets from former President Trump claiming Joe Biden's victory was the result of voter fraud and encouraging his supporters to “stop the steal.” 

UNH Lecturers United releases statement addressing inequality, anti-facism

annakatemunsey26 January 21, 2021
In an effort to denounce fascism and defend lecturers’ ability to stand up for truthfulness, the University of New Hampshire’s Lecturers United (UNHLU-AAUP) released a statement on Jan. 17.
Joe Biden is sworn in as the 46th president of the United States by Chief Justice John Roberts as Jill Biden holds the Bible during the 59th Presidential Inauguration at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2021, as their children Ashley and Hunter watch.(AP Photo/Andrew Harnik, Pool)

With Biden inaugurated, history is made

Hannah Donahue January 20, 2021
The 46th President of the United States Joseph R. Biden was inaugurated at noon today in Washington, D.C., a day he called “America’s day.”
OPINION President-elect Biden: A step in the right direction

OPINION President-elect Biden: A step in the right direction

Cassie Hollasch November 12, 2020
Read Managing Editor Anna Kate Munsey's analysis of the latest Presidential Election: This past Sunday morning was the first time in four years that I woke up and thought to myself, “Everything is going to be okay.”
New Hampshire voters voted for Joe Biden in the 2020 Presidential election, and a UNH and CNN poll indicates that the same may be true in 2024. Photo courtesy of The New Hampshire (TNH) staff.

Biden and Trump contend for final votes in uncalled election

Cassie Hollasch November 5, 2020
The race for President of the United States remains uncalled as both candidates lack the 270 electoral votes to win.
3445NO-USA-ELECTION_TRUMP_ROUGH_CUT_O_

Trump falsely claims 2020 Presidential Election victory

Cassie Hollasch November 5, 2020
President Donald Trump falsely claimed he won the 2020 presidential election, even though many key states have not counted all of their votes yet. He made this statement when he appeared in front of cameras in the East Room at the White House shortly before 2:30 a.m. on Wednesday Nov. 4. While the presidential race remains close, it is not over until all ballots have been counted.
How did Durham vote in the General Election?

How did Durham vote in the General Election?

Evan Edmonds November 5, 2020
The town of Durham, N.H. reported an overwhelming sweep for the Democratic Party, with Democratic candidates winning in every position in the town, following Tuesday’s general election.
UNH students share their election day experience

UNH students share their election day experience

Hannah Donahue November 4, 2020
University of New Hampshire (UNH) students flocked to the polls on Election Day. Oyster River High School (ORHS) was bustling with voters and electioneers. Faces were covered with masks, but spirits remained high. Coffee was served and buses shuttled students back and forth from campus to the polls.
Pre-election: polling, Biden and Trump on the issues

Pre-election: polling, Biden and Trump on the issues

Cassie Hollasch November 3, 2020
(Durham, NH) – With the election tomorrow, former Vice President Joe Biden holds a 12-point lead in the national polls against President Donald Trump. In New Hampshire, Biden currently leads Trump by eight points, according to a poll released by the University of New Hampshire (UNH) Survey Center.

Young people experience ‘ecoanxiety’

Cassie Hollasch October 31, 2020
For many young voters, voting isn’t simply a decision between higher or lower taxes, whether roads should be paved, or if a toll booth should be removed. Often, young people see their vote as a choice between life or death. Whether we save the environment, or kill it.
Load More Stories

Comments (1)

All The New Hampshire Picks Reader Picks Sort: Newest