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UNH community takes part in annual Take Back the Night

UNH community takes part in annual Take Back the Night

Bret Belden October 17, 2019

The Sexual Harassment & Rape Prevention Program (SHARPP) at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) staged the annual Take Back the Night vigil and march on Thursday, Oct. 10. Between 250 and 300 members...

Lecturers still in negotiations after nearly two years

Lecturers still in negotiations after nearly two years

December 6, 2018

by Jordyn Haime, Staff Writer The University of New Hampshire Lecturer’s Union, a chapter of the American Association of University Professors (UNHLU-AAUP), has been in negotiations for a new bargaining...

Photo by Valeriia Kholmanskikh

UNH Transgender Students: “We Won’t Be Erased”

November 1, 2018

By Jordyn Haime, Staff Writer Temperatures in the mid-30s with heavy winds failed to keep around 100 people from showing up in support of the University of New Hampshire’s (UNH) transgender community...

A childs carriage, not far from a playground at Forest Park. The apartment complex is UNHs only on-campus family housing option. 6 families currently live in Forest Park. Photo by Jordyn Haime / TNH Staff

Forest Park scheduled for closure in June 2019

September 27, 2018

Forest Park, a graduate student apartment complex which is also the University of New Hampshire’s (UNH) only on-campus family housing option, is scheduled to be closed for demolition by June 30, 2019. ...

After 17 Non-Renewals, Former Lecturers Demand Answers

After 17 Non-Renewals, Former Lecturers Demand Answers

Bret Belden September 13, 2018

by Jordyn Haime Four months after her contract non-renewal as a senior lecturer in Arabic at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) took effect, Ruwa Pokorny searches for work. After the unexpected non-renewal...

Column: Less talk, more action

Bret Belden May 17, 2017

On Friday, May 12, I received a message in the Hillel executive board group chat that was, to say the least, unsettling. It was a screenshot of a two-paragraph email from Hall Director Kaleigh Sosa explaining...

Your silence won’t protect you

Bret Belden April 22, 2017

On Tuesday, I attended the 25th annual LGBTQ+ Pancake Breakfast, which I also wrote an article about in today’s issue. The speaker, Professor Gary Bailey of Simmons College, carried messages of  acknowledging...

Pancakes and pride:Annual LGBTQ+ pancake breakfast celebrates past and future

Bret Belden April 20, 2017

By Jordyn Haime STAFF WRITER Students, faculty and community members filled nearly every seat in the Granite State Room on Tuesday as they celebrated the accomplishments of UNH’s LGBTQ+ community over...

Student Senate revises its constitution and bylaws

Bret Belden April 13, 2017

UNH Student Senate created a temporary committee, the Ad-Hoc Committee on the Revision of Governance Documents (Ad-Hoc Committee), to revise its constitution and bylaws. Senate approved the establishment...

The ‘alternative truth’

Bret Belden April 10, 2017

After weeks of nonstop meetings, news articles, negotiations and hard work, the Sexual Harassment and Rape Prevention Program’s (SHARPP) street harassment wall has been re-installed on the third floor...

UNH kicks off month of 'Gaypril'

Bret Belden April 7, 2017

This month, the UNH community will be celebrating Gaypril: Campus Pride month, with a variety of events hosted by the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs (OMSA) and other organizations on campus occurring...

How you can help “Wildcats STOP Street Harassment”

Bret Belden March 30, 2017

  The WMUR and TNH stories about the MUB wall launching SHARPP’s new “Wildcats STOP Street Harassment” campaign collectively generated an overwhelming amount of support over the past week. Countless...

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