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Biden order could change how colleges deal with sexual misconduct

Biden order could change how colleges deal with sexual misconduct

Isabelle Curtis March 26, 2021
Earlier this month, President Joe Biden ordered a review of federal rules guiding colleges on how they handle sexual misconduct. This is the first step in reversing the Trump administration’s controversial changes to Title IX, the federal law that forbids sex discrimination in education. The new regulations put into place by the Trump administration bolstered the rights of the accused and narrowed the scope of sexual misconduct cases colleges were required to investigate. 
Schools consider face-to-face instruction as COVID-19 cases decrease

Schools consider face-to-face instruction as COVID-19 cases decrease

Corey Kurylo March 5, 2021
President Joe Biden announced Tuesday, March 2, that the administration is striving to vaccinate grade K-12 teachers with their first coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines by the end of this March. He also declared that national vaccination levels are moving vastly ahead of schedule. The U.S. is on track to administer the first vaccine shot to every American adult by the end of May -- two months ahead of the previously stated goal.
International students discuss their views on American Exceptionalism

International students discuss their views on American Exceptionalism

Jasmine Taudvin February 23, 2021
If you didn’t learn about American exceptionalism in school, chances are you understood the concept socially or from the media. The term defines a political ideology that the United States is inherently different from the rest of the world and holds a special place in world affairs.

New Hampshire rolls out Phase 1B of vaccine distribution plan

Ben MacKillop January 21, 2021
Now over a month since the first doses of the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine arrived in New Hampshire, over 50,000 people have received at least one dose of the vaccine. Phase 1A of vaccine distribution, which includes health care workers, emergency responders, and older adults living in residential care facilities, is wrapping up in the next two weeks as the first round of vaccine recipients are now receiving their second doses.
Joe Biden is sworn in as the 46th president of the United States by Chief Justice John Roberts as Jill Biden holds the Bible during the 59th Presidential Inauguration at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2021, as their children Ashley and Hunter watch.(AP Photo/Andrew Harnik, Pool)

With Biden inaugurated, history is made

Hannah Donahue January 20, 2021
The 46th President of the United States Joseph R. Biden was inaugurated at noon today in Washington, D.C., a day he called “America’s day.”
UNH faculty member appointed as NSA

UNH faculty member appointed as NSA

Cassie Hollasch December 4, 2020
A University of New Hampshire (UNH) faculty member, Jake Sullivan, was appointed as national security advisor for President-elect Joe Biden.
What to expect in the first 100 days of the Biden administration

What to expect in the first 100 days of the Biden administration

Ben MacKillop November 23, 2020
President-elect Joe Biden will take office in January with a lot of promises to keep and issues to tackle. He has pledged to undo many of Trump’s rollbacks on regulation, as well as provide swift stimulus to help tackle the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
On the issues: Bidens plans for office

On the issues: Biden’s plans for office

Isabelle Curtis November 22, 2020
President-elect Joe Biden may have a little over two months before he officially takes office on Jan. 20, but his team has already begun outlining plans for his first days in office.
Biden might have won but Democrats lost big in 2020

Biden might have won but Democrats lost big in 2020

Ben MacKillop November 12, 2020
Now just over a week after Election Day, despite lawsuits in swing states and weak allegations of voter fraud, it looks almost certain, given projections, that Joe Biden will become the 46th president of the United States. While millions of voters and media members alike are celebrating the long-awaited end of Donald Trump’s presidency, many are missing the overall theme of this election, that the Democratic Party overall lost big on Election Day.
OPINION President-elect Biden: A step in the right direction

OPINION President-elect Biden: A step in the right direction

Cassie Hollasch November 12, 2020
Read Managing Editor Anna Kate Munsey's analysis of the latest Presidential Election: This past Sunday morning was the first time in four years that I woke up and thought to myself, “Everything is going to be okay.”
New Hampshire voters voted for Joe Biden in the 2020 Presidential election, and a UNH and CNN poll indicates that the same may be true in 2024. Photo courtesy of The New Hampshire (TNH) staff.

Biden and Trump contend for final votes in uncalled election

Cassie Hollasch November 5, 2020
The race for President of the United States remains uncalled as both candidates lack the 270 electoral votes to win.
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Trump falsely claims 2020 Presidential Election victory

Cassie Hollasch November 5, 2020
President Donald Trump falsely claimed he won the 2020 presidential election, even though many key states have not counted all of their votes yet. He made this statement when he appeared in front of cameras in the East Room at the White House shortly before 2:30 a.m. on Wednesday Nov. 4. While the presidential race remains close, it is not over until all ballots have been counted.
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