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New Hampshire’s cities on the frontline of worsening climate crisis

New Hampshire’s cities on the frontline of worsening climate crisis

Isabelle Curtis, Josh Shaw, Rhi Watkins, TNH Staff May 12, 2022

After the United States experienced its hottest summer on record last year, the country is poised for more record-breaking heatwaves as climate change worsens. New Hampshire’s infrastructure is being...

New Hampshire joins nationwide efforts to restrict abortion rights

New Hampshire joins nationwide efforts to restrict abortion rights

Rhianwen Watkins and Isabelle Curtis , News Editor April 21, 2022

“I will love you, whatever you choose to do, but it's your choice.”    Those were the words Kai Parlett heard over the phone as a friend, almost two decades their senior who felt more like...

UNH faculty enters a new phase of contract negotiations

UNH faculty enters a new phase of contract negotiations

Isabelle Curtis, News Editor April 14, 2022

After two years of contract negotiations, faculty members and the University of New Hampshire (UNH) administration made their final arguments to an independent factfinder earlier this month. The results...

Renowned economist discusses closing the gender salary gap

Renowned economist discusses closing the gender salary gap

Isabelle Curtis, News Editor March 24, 2022

Gender-neutral work policies are essential for lowering the gender pay gap, renowned economist Dr. Marianne Bertrand told a crowd of 105 in-person and Zoom attendees on March 8 at the University of New...

Plaque to be erected in Durham to commemorate General Lafayette

Plaque to be erected in Durham to commemorate General Lafayette

Isabelle Curtis, News Editor February 23, 2022

America’s favorite fighting Frenchman is coming to Durham, or he did almost 200 years ago. Marquis de Lafayette was a French aristocrat that served as a general during the Revolutionary War and was recently...

UNH faculty demand fair contract as negotiations stall

UNH faculty demand fair contract as negotiations stall

Isabelle Curtis, News Editor February 14, 2022
On Jan. 31, faculty members at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) delivered a petition to President James Dean demanding a fair contract after two years of negotiations. This comes after the university proposed base salary freezes, reductions in salary minima, increased costs borne by employees for medical benefits, as well as cuts to retirement and parental leave.  
Why celebrity voice acting is lazy

Why celebrity voice acting is lazy

Isabelle Curtis February 4, 2022
Last November, I was one of the many that watched with fascinated horror as Chris Pratt was voice cast as Mario and then Garfield only days later.  Despite recent allegations of homophobia, Pratt’s rise to stardom from the Marvel franchise has made him a box office draw.
UNH opens healthcare simulation center to address worker shortages 

UNH opens healthcare simulation center to address worker shortages 

Isabelle Curtis December 9, 2021

The University of New Hampshire (UNH) officially opened the College of Health and Human Services’ Health Sciences Simulation Center (HSSC). Construction for the facility began in November 2020 and...

Dunkin’ opens on-campus for the first time since COVID-19

Dunkin’ opens on-campus for the first time since COVID-19

Isabelle Curtis November 17, 2021

America isn’t the only thing that runs on Dunkin’. On Oct. 8, the University of New Hampshire’s (UNH) on-campus Dunkin’s reopening was met with hordes of excited students and long lines. The...

Lil Nas X’s secures his place in music history with debut album

Lil Nas X’s secures his place in music history with debut album

Isabelle Curtis October 4, 2021

“When Lil Nas X releases his new album I’m about to act up.”   That’s the phrase that my friends and family have grown used to hearing over the past month. Lil Nas X...

Food Pantry accessible to all UNH students to open on campus

Food Pantry accessible to all UNH students to open on campus

Isabelle Curtis September 18, 2021

Being a “broke college student” is a well-known joke and a rite of passage for those in higher education, but the reality is many students struggle every day to meet their basic nutrition needs.   The...

New Durham business promotes holistic wellness

New Durham business promotes holistic wellness

Isabelle Curtis September 9, 2021

The Joshua Tree Apothecary, located inside Topanga Canyon Vintage in Durham, celebrated its grand opening this past weekend.   The store offers an introductory selection of crystals, medicinal...

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