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Class of 2021 Senior Farewells: Shawn Latulippe, Design Editor

Class of 2021 Senior Farewells: Shawn Latulippe, Design Editor

Shawn L August 2, 2021
When I first walked into our newsroom I was slightly intimidated by all of the cool, older, more seasoned-looking journalists, but I soon felt at home with people I came to know as great people that happened to be great writers too. Seeing how they believed in me inspired me to put my best work forward always.  

Class of 2021 Senior Farewells: Shaun Pepitas, sports Editor

Cassie Hollasch August 2, 2021
I came to UNH undecided and not knowing what major I was going to pick. The only thing that seemed to pique my interest was sports.
Journalism alumni speak to aspiring journalists

Journalism alumni speak to aspiring journalists

Josh Morrill April 27, 2021
In an effort to help aspiring young journalists adapt to reform in the industry, the University of New Hampshire (UNH) journalism program organized the annual Donald M. Murray Visiting Journalist event; this year being titled “Journalism Today and Tomorrow: Lessons Learned in the Newsroom.”
UNH senior finds success with “Wildchat Sports”

UNH senior finds success with “Wildchat Sports”

Cassie Hollasch February 25, 2021
To Kevin Larney, sports is more than just a simple hobby or pastime. It’s a personal passion that most everyone can form a genuine connection with.
UNH resources to help you celebrate Black History Month

UNH resources to help you celebrate Black History Month

Josh Morrill February 7, 2021
As students migrate back to Durham and into their dorms, they are being met with the requirements of coronavirus (COVID-19) self-testing, signing prerequisite pledges and maintaining a valid Wildcat Pass, but they are also arriving just in time for the annually commemorated “Black History Month.”

UNH Lecturers United releases statement addressing inequality, anti-facism

annakatemunsey26 January 21, 2021
In an effort to denounce fascism and defend lecturers’ ability to stand up for truthfulness, the University of New Hampshire’s Lecturers United (UNHLU-AAUP) released a statement on Jan. 17.
Update: New Hampshire’s travel restrictions

Update: New Hampshire’s travel restrictions

Cassie Hollasch December 8, 2020
After months of keeping the coronavirus (COVID-19) numbers at bay, New Hampshire has seen another spike in positive cases which has prompted them to enhance travel restrictions.
Perkins-Kwoka defeats Polidura in state senate race

Perkins-Kwoka defeats Polidura in state senate race

Cassie Hollasch November 5, 2020
After a long 12 hours of Southeastern Granite State voters streaming in and out of polling centers, Democrat Rebecca Perkins Kwoka defeated Republican Sue Polidura in decisive fashion to capture New Hampshire’s District 21 senate seat.

Fact checking: the Presidential Debate

Cassie Hollasch October 29, 2020
On Oct. 22, the presidential debate stage at Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn. was something that we haven’t seen to this point in the race: presidential. Both President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden were subject to muted microphones for a two-minute stretch at the beginning of each segment while the other spoke.
Womens basketball player of the year: Ashley Storey

Women’s basketball player of the year: Ashley Storey

Hannah Donahue March 24, 2020
The 2019-20 campaign for the UNH women’s basketball team was a roller coaster filled with winning streaks, losing streaks and a lot of mediocre play in between.

UNH’s Olympic-sized rink set to be scaled down

Hannah Donahue March 13, 2020
In an effort to bolster recruiting, evade stigmas and maintain the functionality of the rink, the University of New Hampshire has decided to both fix the Whittemore Center’s refrigeration system and shrink the ice’s surface from an Olympic-sized sheet to the standard 200-foot-long, 90-foot-wide dimensions.
Binghamton ends UNHs season

Binghamton ends UNH’s season

Hannah Donahue March 5, 2020
This past Wednesday night, UNH travelled to Binghamton for their second straight game, and both ended in the same result: a heart-breaking loss.
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