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A mockup of the proposed oil refinery at the Isle of Shoals.

Durham celebrates 50th anniversary of saying ‘no’ to Big Oil

Cassandra Chabot, Staff Writer October 30, 2023

Going up against the richest man in the world, Aristotle Onassis, the governor, and the sway of New Hampshire’s most popular newspaper, The Union Leader, is no small feat. The muscle behind the message...

The Durham Town Hall is the site of IWMAC events regarding the signage campaign.

‘Recycle Right’ signs appear across campus

Cassandra Chabot, Staff Writer October 4, 2023

DURHAM- New signs have begun popping up around the University of New Hampshire. Green and small in size, they commonly can be seen in medians at intersections throughout Main Street. Seemingly, these “Recycle...

Mo White handing out goodies for the New Hampshire Outing Club at University Day 2022

UNH to hold University Day this Thursday

Adrianna Morse, Staff Writer September 5, 2023

As students settle into the new year, the University of New Hampshire will hold its annual University Day on Thursday, Sept. 7 from 2:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on the Thompson and Scott Hall lawns. The event,...

Spring Blooms with the Organic Garden Club & Indigenous Garden Opening Ceremony

Spring Blooms with the Organic Garden Club & Indigenous Garden Opening Ceremony

Sarah Donovan, Content Editor May 9, 2023

DURHAM, NH- Located just off Durham’s Spinney Lane lies the University of New Hampshire’s (UNH) Organic Garden Club (OGC) Campus- Community Farm. Surrounded by raised beds and the smell of spring in...

Natalie Noury (left) and Mike Murphy (right) lead the first panel of the night.

Sport Career Club hosts first ever Wildcat Sports Seminar

Brianna Williams, Staff Writer April 13, 2023

DURHAM- The Sport Career Club held over 90 students, a multimedia reporter and three collegiate athletic directors to Paul College for the University of New Hampshire’s (UNH) first ever Wildcat Sports...

Flowers usher in spring on campus

Flowers usher in spring on campus

Chloe Gross, Staff Writer April 12, 2023

Spring has sprung on the University of New Hampshire (UNH) campus! The arrival of April has accompanied the final melting of snow-piles and the budding of trees. Various green stems are poking through...

New Hampshire gelateria makes Durham their home

New Hampshire gelateria makes Durham their home

Hailey Keel, Contributing Writer April 11, 2023

One may think that ice cream is the best dessert out there but have they ever tried gelato? Especially gelato that tastes good enough to win the University of New Hampshire’s Real World Business Challenge?...

Derek Long (left), Jason Plant (middle), Nicole King (right).

Not all Green is Good: How UNH Startup is Addressing Eutrophication

Julie Bobyock, News Editor April 4, 2023

Believe it or not, most areas of study–if not all–have a connection to sustainability. So, what connected six University of New Hampshire (UNH) students, all from different majors and backgrounds,...

DURHAM- UNH Ski and Board club host Rail Jam on Thompson and Scott Hall lawn.

Ski and Board Club Welcomes back Rail Jam Showcase

Brianna Williams, Staff Writer March 30, 2023

DURHAM- On March 24, UNH’s Ski and Board Club held its annual Rail Jam event on Thompson and Scott Hall Lawn. The club has been running at UNH since 1999 to grow the ski and snowboarding community by...

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Durham Receives $25,000 Grant to Expand Housing

Amanda Pirani, Arts Editor March 30, 2023

DURHAM – The town of Durham was recently awarded a $25,000 Housing Opportunity Planning grant from New Hampshire Housing, which will be utilized in the upcoming year to assess and expand housing opportunities...

DURHAM, NH- Nicole Gercke (left), and Amy Boylan (right)  pictured before the fourth installation of the UNH “Cinema Ritrovato.”

The professors behind the fifth edition of ‘Cinema Ritrovato’ at UNH

Sophia Schlichtmann, Contributing Writer March 29, 2023

DURHAM — The “Cinema Ritrovato,” has returned for its fifth year at the University of New Hampshire. The festival features “rediscovered cinema,” that originates from various cultures, and holds...

Gables Community Launches ‘Leave Your Mark’ Tradition

Gables Community Launches ‘Leave Your Mark’ Tradition

Aimee Rothman, Staff Writer March 26, 2023

DURHAM, NH-  For many students, living on a college campus can mean becoming part of a community and having access to unique resources or programs. Housing staff can play a role in this community by providing...

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