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Mad about books: In A Dark Dark Wood by Ruth Ware

Mad about books: ‘In A Dark Dark Wood’ by Ruth Ware

Hannah Donahue April 29, 2020

WARNING: Do not read this book at night because I couldn’t put it down and when a roommate came into my room I jumped a foot in the air. When I finally put the book down, I had to sleep with the bathroom...

Class of 2020 Senior Farewells: Madailein Hart, News Editor

Class of 2020 Senior Farewells: Madailein Hart, News Editor

Hannah Donahue April 22, 2020

I only got to be an editor for a little while, not even a full semester, but the experiences that this opportunity gave me have been unforgettable. I was so nervous to join TNH during my sophomore year,...

Mad About Books: Full Disclosure by Camryn Garrett

Mad About Books: ‘Full Disclosure’ by Camryn Garrett

Hannah Donahue April 21, 2020

When I first started reading this book, I was expecting it to be a little hokey and cheesy, another stereotypical young adult novel. While there was definitely some of that general corny feeling...

Mad about books: The Girl with the Louding Voice by Abi Daré

Mad about books: ‘The Girl with the Louding Voice’ by Abi Daré

Hannah Donahue April 10, 2020

Adunni is a 14-year-old Nigerian girl who wants nothing more than an education. Her mother once told her that getting an education can give her a “louding voice,” or the ability to speak...

Mad about books: The Wife Between Us by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen

Mad about books: ‘The Wife Between Us’ by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen

Hannah Donahue April 4, 2020

“The Wife Between Us” by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen quickly became one of my favorite books, especially after part one. I would highly recommend listening to this through an audiobook...

the Dairy Selection Class.....preparing their heifers before Spring Break. The students were sad to hear the heifers they trained and worked many hours,  early in the semester, unfortunately will not be shown in a 67th Annual UNH Little Royal this semester.
Students are left to right Meghan Vetter, Artie Ewens, Abigail Lebsack,
Alexus Caron, Kelsi Devolve, Sarah Manzelli, Sarah Bourgoin, Caroline Perrotta, and Kathryn Oberg

Students and faculty reflect on first week of remote learning

Hannah Donahue March 30, 2020

The first week of online learning at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) has ended and it has been met with mixed reactions from students and professors. UNH President James W. Dean Jr. announced...

Mad about books: Things in Jars by Jess Kidd

Mad about books: ‘Things in Jars’ by Jess Kidd

Hannah Donahue March 27, 2020

I usually love reading stories that are based in reality, but sometimes I need a little change. This week I read “Things in Jars” by Jess Kidd, which blends historical fiction and fantasy together...

Mad About Books: ‘The Way I Used to Be’ by Amber Smith

Mad About Books: ‘The Way I Used to Be’ by Amber Smith

Hannah Donahue March 12, 2020

Before I start this review I want to put a trigger warning in: This book contains a lot of talk about sexual assault, rape and substance abuse.   “The Way I Used to Be” by Amber Smith...

Mad about books: ‘The Great Pretender’ by Susannah Cahalan

Mad about books: ‘The Great Pretender’ by Susannah Cahalan

Hannah Donahue March 5, 2020

Susannah Cahalan, known for her memoir “Brain on Fire,” had a brush with psychosis when she developed a rare autoimmune disorder, anti-NMDA receptor encephalitis. She believed she could age people...

UNH responds to COVID-19

Hannah Donahue March 5, 2020

Starting last Wednesday, Feb. 26, the University of New Hampshire (UNH) began sending emails regarding the coronavirus outbreak that entered New Hampshire this past Monday, and in response, pulled all...

Mad about books: Everything, Everything and The Sun is Also a Star by Nicola Yoon

Mad about books: ‘Everything, Everything’ and ‘The Sun is Also a Star’ by Nicola Yoon

Hannah Donahue February 27, 2020

For the last book showcasing black authors during Black History Month, I chose to look at Nicola Yoon, who has written two of my favorite young adult (YA) books. Yoon is a National Book Award finalist,...

On the Spot with sustainable agriculture major Margaret Forrest

On the Spot with sustainable agriculture major Margaret Forrest

Hannah Donahue February 27, 2020

With spring right around the corner, students may want to pick up some plants and flowers to liven up their dorm room.   In 2017, NASA released a report that stated that keeping houseplants can help...

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