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Durham firefighter awarded for nine-year AED project

Hannah Donahue February 13, 2020

Durham firefighter David Blatchford received the 2019 University of New Hampshire Fraternity and Sorority Life Health and Safety Impact Award on Friday, Feb. 7 for his work in the placement of automated...

The education of a legend

The education of a legend

Bret Belden November 21, 2019

 I often joke with the young students at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) that they are spoiled rotten, being born at the beginning of the Patriots football dynasty and knowing only success...

UNH community takes part in annual Take Back the Night

UNH community takes part in annual Take Back the Night

Bret Belden October 17, 2019

The Sexual Harassment & Rape Prevention Program (SHARPP) at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) staged the annual Take Back the Night vigil and march on Thursday, Oct. 10. Between 250 and 300 members...

Students, university preparing for largest crowd of year in Homecoming

Bret Belden October 2, 2019

“Homecoming is quite simply the event of the season, and the football game is right at the heart of what most Wildcat fans consider the best weekend of the year,” University of New Hampshire (UNH)...

New philosophy major and cognate address contemporary challenges

Hannah Donahue May 1, 2019

This fall, the University of New Hampshire’s Durham philosophy department is set to offer a three-course cognate and major specialization in the philosophy of business, innovation and technology. The...

Remembering Henry Wong

Hannah Donahue April 18, 2019

The University of New Hampshire (UNH) community is mourning the loss of Henry Wong, a senior chemistry student who died over the weekend of April 6, 2019.  Wong, a six-year Navy veteran, had...

TNH Movie Review

TNH Movie Review

Hannah Donahue March 28, 2019

As a fan of the 1982 film “Blade Runner” featuring Harrison Ford, I was pleased to see the release of the sequel, “Blade Runner 2049.” I viewed it first at a local movie theater, then for a second...

Purim brings celebration and Jewish culture to Durham

Purim brings celebration and Jewish culture to Durham

Hannah Donahue March 28, 2019

Purim, celebrated annually on March 20 and 21, remembers the salvation of Jewish people in fourth century Persia. According to the commemorated story, Haman, the appointed prime-minister of the Persian...

Wildcats learn how social media assists antimafia culture

Bret Belden April 7, 2017

      UNH students and faculty were treated Wednesday afternoon to a lecture by Professor Robin Pickering-Iazzi, courtesy of the UNH Department of Classics, Humanities and Italian Studies.      ...

UNH students organize last annual run to remember the life of Oyster River High graduate

Bret Belden April 11, 2016

Emotions ran high as runners of all ages participated in the 13th annual Todd’s Trot Road Race in Durham on Saturday, April 9. This year’s race marked the final time the event will be held. The 5K...

Spring (training) break: Men’s and women’s rowing will travel to Georgia over spring break to prep for its spring schedule.

Bret Belden March 10, 2016

The UNH men’s and women’s crew teams will be getting additional training during their spring break. On March 10, 54 student athletes and five members of the coaching staff will travel to Gainesville,...

Donegan earns NCAA Elite 90 Award

Bret Belden November 23, 2015

By DOUG RODOSKI CONTRIBUTING WRITER Laura Rose Donegan ran to All-American status in Louisville on Saturday, finishing 30th among 254 runners at the NCAA Cross-Country Championships. Donegan finished the...

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