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Farewell Column: Well, it’s about that time

Bret Belden April 14, 2016

Time is something that I’m always worrying about. I always want more; more time to spend with friends; more time to sleep in; more time to be able to learn more in classes; more time to be at UNH, and...

Battle of the brands: Mixed responses to UNH dining's change in yogurt brand causes an uproar on Twitter

Bret Belden April 14, 2016

Battle lines are being drawn between two groups of UNH students, as a highly debated issue has erupted on campus: the brand of yogurt being served in the UNH dining halls. Recently, UNH switched from...

Senior career send off with a side of brownies

Bret Belden March 30, 2016

The number of brownies offered had hardly dwindled down on Wednesday evening, as students focused on learning tips about how to wisely budget after graduation. The presentations were given by Jim Naugler,...

You’ve got mail: GSS renovations coming end of May

Bret Belden March 24, 2016

The dread and frustration of waiting in line at the Granite Square Station (GSS) Mailroom is all too real, especially at the beginning of the year, with students not receiving messages regarding packages,...

Eating Concerns: unnoticed and unrealistic expectations

Bret Belden March 20, 2016

Imagine walking through HoCo and seeing all the food around, but not feeling able to eat freely. Now imagine this is what you struggle with on a constant basis. Many people with an eating disorder or...

Writers series presents Benoit Denizet-Lewis

Bret Belden March 20, 2016

The crowd of people in the spacious MUB Theater laughed, listened and learned as Benoit Denizet-Lewis took them through his journeys, reading aloud his works.  On Thursday Feb. 11 at 5 p.m., the English...

A new semester means another chance to join Greek Life

Bret Belden March 20, 2016

New classes come with a new semester, as well as another chance to join Greek life at UNH. This past and upcoming week, fraternities and sororities are holding their semester recruitments. Some fraternities...

Dean's List: Beneficial achievement or trivial distinction?

Bret Belden March 20, 2016

By Kyle Kittredge STAFF WRITER Making the dean’s list is thought to be an honor that displays a student’s academic success. However, although it is something to be proud of, it may not be as important...

Report shows reduction in greenhouse gas emissions

Bret Belden February 1, 2016

Trends are the hottest thing at the moment and trending now is how carbon emissions from colleges and universities have declined 13 percent per square foot between 2007 and 2014. The UNH Sustainability...

William James headlines MUSO open mic poetry night

December 9, 2015

By Kyle Kittredge Staff Writer The mic was open, lights dimmed and the MUB Entertainment Center held about 40 people as students read aloud poems for the crowd, with poet William James featured as the...

Student museum fellows present: ‘Mind to Hand to Print’

December 8, 2015

By Kyle Kittredge Staff Writer The concept of art can be difficult to understand, but UNH student fellows of the Museum of Art talked on selected printmaking pieces, easily explaining how to approach...

Get Outta Bed and Shred: UNH Recreation Society hosts winter exposition

December 8, 2015

By Kyle Kittredge Staff Writer Winter is coming and with it, so is the cold sports season. To prepare, the Recreation Society hosted a sports expo in the Granite State Room on Wednesday Nov. 18 to accommodate...

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