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Class of 2021 Senior Farewells: Caitlin Staffanson, Arts Editor

Anna Kate Munsey August 2, 2021

Before The New Hampshire (TNH), I had never really found a group at the University of New Hampshire (UNH). I had attended every U-Day, talked to many different org groups on campus, sometimes even attending...

Class of 2020 Senior Farewells: Ian Lenahan, Managing Editor

Class of 2020 Senior Farewells: Ian Lenahan, Managing Editor

Hannah Donahue April 24, 2020

After contributing to The New Hampshire (TNH) for a little less than a year, I became a staff writer in January 2018- the beginning of second semester sophomore year. I had just switched into...

University launches search for new Senior Vice Provost of Student Life

Hannah Donahue April 23, 2020

In hiring the University of New Hampshire’s (UNH) next Senior Vice Provost for Student Life, Provost Wayne Jones believes the ideal candidate should “have experiences that go across the student affairs...

COVID-19: Residential Life to practice new methods of community

COVID-19: Residential Life to practice new methods of community

Hannah Donahue April 3, 2020

As a result of the decision by the University of New Hampshire (UNH) to remain in a virtual learning setting due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the university’s Department of Residential Life is left without...

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COVID-19: Seniors reflect on a year cut short

Hannah Donahue March 20, 2020

With the University of New Hampshire’s (UNH) decision to cancel in-person classes for the remainder of the spring semester due to the widespread coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, students,...

Student Senate resumes, Guyer named speaker

Student Senate resumes, Guyer named speaker

Hannah Donahue February 27, 2020

By Emily Duggan, Ian Lenahan and Katherine Lesnyk University of New Hampshire (UNH) Dean of Students John T. Kirkpatrick spoke with members of the Student Senate body on Sunday, Feb. 23 in their...

Divided yet un-diminishable

Hannah Donahue February 27, 2020

The late great American professor and author H.E. Luccock once said, “No one can whistle a symphony. It takes a whole orchestra to play it.”   Now that is an unequivocal truth; it’s the Boston...

Student Senate under investigation, LaCourse and Cerullo resign

Student Senate under investigation, LaCourse and Cerullo resign

Hannah Donahue February 13, 2020

By Emily Duggan, Ian Lenahan & Katherine Lesnyk An anonymous former member of the University of New Hampshire (UNH) Student Senate provided information to The New Hampshire in late...

Election interference: What lurks in the Shadow

Election interference: What lurks in the Shadow

Hannah Donahue February 7, 2020

On Nov. 7, 2019, Pete Buttigieg got what he needed to skyrocket his positioning toward the top of the once-widespread pool of Democratic presidential candidates- an endorsement from The New Hampshire’s...

The promise of Pete Buttigieg

The promise of Pete Buttigieg

Bret Belden November 7, 2019

You would have to imagine that declaring candidacy for the Office of President of the United States is an extremely daunting task, a position not very well-suited for the faintest of vulnerable hearts....

Men of taste: Scorps versus Libbys

Men of taste: Scorp’s versus Libby’s

Bret Belden October 17, 2019

Scorpion's Bar and Grill By Ian Lenahan To preface: This piece could potentially be one of those moments where you read something and in your head you queue up a judgmental voice and think,...

Ben and Lindsay – Six months later

Bret Belden October 3, 2019

To say he’s been eagerly waiting this day would be a vast understatement. In fact, it would be considered almost laughable by those who know him best.   In this full trip around...

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