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Fall sports cancelled, students seek new ways to be involved

Hannah Donahue September 25, 2020

The University of New Hampshire (UNH) has decided to postpone fall season sports and cancel Homecoming. These changes are among many that students have had to endure in their fall semester due to new...

Manzyk, UNH defense dominate in win against Elon

Manzyk, UNH defense dominate in win against Elon

Bret Belden October 10, 2019

Despite the fact that the offense stalled for much of the afternoon, UNH’s (3-2, 2-0) defense still found a way to lead their team to a win against Elon (2-4, 1-2). This win...

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)...

Work of former UNH professor displayed over Homecoming

Bret Belden October 6, 2016

  Among the football and festivities this past Homecoming Weekend at UNH, a little known auction was going on just off campus. Hundreds of artworks, both paintings and sculptures by former UNH art...

Wildcats bring the juice for UNH Homecoming 2016

Bret Belden October 3, 2016

Photos courtesy of UNH Social, UNH Communications and Public Affairs, Ben Nawn, Rebecca Collins, Jennifer DeLucia, Maggie Brush, Allison Bellucci, Chrissie Sliney, Marissa Parker and Alex Patnesky.

The Durham fire station on Homecoming

Bret Belden October 3, 2016

As a firefighter, being calm is a necessity when dealing with the intensive and unpredictable scenarios that come with the job. I got to experience first hand for 14 hours what that was like during Homecoming...

WUNH picks: Homecoming edition

Bret Belden September 30, 2016

By Zack Holler - Staff Writer This game could dictate the remainder of the Wildcats’ season. A home win against a nationally ranked opponent could jump-start this young team back to where UNH was two...

UNH vs. No. 17 The College of William & Mary

Bret Belden September 30, 2016

Saturday at 3:30 p.m.; Wildcat Stadium in Durham, N.H. UNH is 2-2; William & Mary is 2-2 In each of the last three games, the Wildcats defense has converted a turnover into a game-changing defensive...

Wildcats rowdy for Homecoming rally

Bret Belden September 30, 2016

The only thing more intimidating than the UNH Football team is a herd of UNH students wielding thunder-sticks chanting about how proud they are to be Wildcats. UNH President Mark Huddleston gave the first...

The game day gameplan

Bret Belden September 30, 2016

UNH athletics prepares for a much-anticipated homecoming game day One hundred and fifty years later, here we are. UNH prepares to celebrate its 150th anniversary with its annual homecoming weekend with...

A guide to local vendors coming for Homecoming

Bret Belden September 29, 2016

Coffee Craving The black food truck with white lettering and a logo featuring four white coffee beans is recognizable to many UNH students, but it’s the first time Coffee Craving will be on UNH’s campus....

Hear us Roar

Bret Belden September 29, 2016

Start your Homecoming weekend off right and join us and other fellow Wildcats on Friday night for the university-wide launch party of CELEBRATE 150: The Campaign for UNH. HEAR US ROAR will take place at...

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