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Student Press Freedom

Hannah Donahue April 17, 2019

Yesterday, Jan. 30, was Student Press Freedom Day and The New Hampshire’s staff felt it prudent to highlight the responsibility of student journalists and, in today’s political climate, how necessary...

Student Body President and Vice President Endorsment

Bret Belden March 31, 2017

This past Tuesday, students running for student body president and vice president sat down for the annual student body elections debate. Representatives of The New Hampshire staff attended this debate...

Taking on a charging bull

Bret Belden March 27, 2017

This past Saturday I took a trip to NYC and found myself standing next to the newly famous brave little girl staring down the Charging Bull on Wall Street. You can tell that this fearless little girl is...

Women of the newsroom

Bret Belden March 9, 2017

Yesterday, March 8, was International Women’s Day, a worldwide event celebrating women’s achievements. Since the early 1900s, this day has been observed and is not affiliated with any one group, but...

Cultural boundaries

Bret Belden March 6, 2017

In the Student Senate update on A1, one can read that the Student Senate passed a resolution condemning the stereotypes expressed by a guest speaker at last Wednesday’s “grand chapter,” a mandatory...

What is ‘SAFC’ anyway?

Bret Belden March 2, 2017

In many of our Student Senate Updates and articles regarding student groups, we often refer to an organization named the Student Activity Fee Committee, commonly referred to as SAFC. You may have heard...

Our state, our vote, our home

Bret Belden February 27, 2017

As seen on A1, 40 recent proposals to adjust many of New Hampshire’s voting laws have been submitted, one of which puts out-of-state students’ voting rights at risk. The predominantly Republican house...

Thumbs up to…

Bret Belden February 24, 2017

On Feb. 19, the Union Leader published an editorial about UNH President Mark Huddleston after a student asked about his “bonus” during the UNH Open Forum. Huddleston answered, “Let me try it once...

A watchful eye

Bret Belden February 16, 2017

On Feb. 4. Penn State sophomore Timothy Piazza tragically passed due to injuries from a fall down a set of basement stairs at the Beta Theta Pi fraternity house at 11 p.m. on Feb 2. Members of the fraternity,...

You say we need a revolution

Bret Belden February 14, 2017

For a university that takes pride and immense strides in sustainability, and has so many individuals who are extremely conscious and mindful when it comes to our earth, there is a major issue in our own...

The future is February

Bret Belden February 6, 2017

It’s time to buckle down. February is upon us and deadlines are near. If you are a Wildcat looking for an internship or future job, this is the month to do it. Each year, students from every major seize...

Everyone’s a journalist

Bret Belden February 2, 2017

On Wednesday afternoon, members of the UNH community stood in solidarity with refugees and against deportations outside of Thompson Hall. On Friday, Jan. 27, President Trump signed an executive order titled,...

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