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Remembering 9/11 After 14 Years

September 14, 2015

By Katie Beauregard STAFF WRITER Friday marks the fourteenth anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, when an American Airlines Boeing 767 crashed into the World Trade Center, and 18 minutes later the...

Field hockey hosts charity game

Bret Belden April 30, 2015

By Katie Beauregard, Staff Writer It’s not often that two UNH varsity teams play each other on the same turf at the same time.  But on Tuesday, April 28, at Memorial Field, men’s hockey competed against...

The consistently-occurring coffee conundrum at UNH

Bret Belden April 27, 2015

By Katie Beauregard Staff Writer College students are notorious for their lack of money—they can’t afford laundry, gas or even the occasional drink at Libby’s Bar & Grill.  Yes, tuition and...

SOTA hosts first ‘Special Spirit at UNH’

Bret Belden April 9, 2015

By Katie Beauregard, Contributing Writer The Lundholm Gymnasium was filled with cheering fans, dance teams, mascots and the University of New Hampshire marching band as the Portsmouth Clippers and Pinkerton...

Outdoor pool, Hamel Rec Center renovation plans meet setbacks

Bret Belden March 26, 2015

By Katie Beauregard, Contributing Writer The Hamel Recreation Center expansion and new outdoor pool plans met a barrier recently due to setback discussions on the table. The University System of New Hampshire...

David Batstone visits UNH to share ‘Not For Sale’

Bret Belden March 12, 2015

By Katie Beauregard, Contributing Writer “We need to stand in a world where people are not for sale,” said David Batstone, co-founder and president of the global anti-slavery organization Not For...

Dance Marathon taking strides to benefit Boston Children’s Hospital

Bret Belden February 23, 2015

By Katie Beauregard, Contributing Writer The Granite State Room was more alive than usual on Saturday, with face painting, pancakes, friendship bracelets and a bounce house. Katie Olszowy, external director...

Freedom Café celebrates 2 years and a great cause

Bret Belden February 5, 2015

Katie Beauregard, Contributing Writer Wednesday night marked the second anniversary of the Freedom Café, a non-profit organization that raises awareness and resources to take action against child sex...

UNH community discusses body image and higher education

Bret Belden November 4, 2014

By Katie Beauregard, Contributing Writer The need and want for a certain body image may always exist on college or university campuses, and students continue to feed the flame with negative discussion....

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