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Police, students hope to connect through student senate committee

April 27, 2015

By Melissa Proulx FORMER STAFF WRITER Once student body president-elect Cam Cook takes over on May 1, the University of New Hampshire Police Department and the Student Senate will work to create and maintain...

UNH alum, Mashable editor returns as visiting journalist

Bret Belden April 9, 2015

By Melissa Proulx, Staff Writer When it comes to the shifting of traditional journalism in the digital age, Megan Specia, a University of New Hampshire ’09 alumnus and assistant real-time editor for...

UNH professor charged with driving under the influence

Bret Belden April 9, 2015

By Melissa Proulx, Staff Writer Andrew Stuart Grandy, a Durham resident and University of New Hampshire associate professor of natural resources and the environment, was charged with driving while intoxicated...

STAY, WORK, PLAY trying to retain recent graduates in NH

April 2, 2015

By Melissa Proulx, Staff Writer New Hampshire is in the midst of a demographic change, and when the roughly 2,500 students walk across the University of New Hampshire stage to get their diploma on May...

Proulx: Rationalizing the irrational

Bret Belden April 2, 2015

Mel’s Melodies By Melissa Proulx We all have irrational fears. For some, they involve somewhat understandable things, like heights, snakes or the darkness. For me, it’s mirrors. According to an article...

Weitzell investigations findings revealed

Bret Belden March 30, 2015

By Melissa Proulx, Staff Writer The findings of an independent investigation into the alleged misconduct of Scott Weitzell, the former director of operations for the University of New Hampshire men’s...

Proulx: The original ‘sorry, I didn’t get your text’

Bret Belden March 26, 2015

Mel's Melodies By Melissa Proulx Every once in a while, you’re taught a lesson or told a story that just sticks with you. The week before spring break, Keith O’Brien, a practiced journalist, published...

Police seek new technologies, connect more with community

Bret Belden March 26, 2015

By Melissa Proulx, Staff Writer With the fast-paced, technology-driven world developing at an unprecedented rate, both the University of New Hampshire and Durham police departments are trying to keep...

Randall Hall’s ‘peeping Tom’ convicted, to be deported after sentence

Bret Belden March 23, 2015

By Melissa Proulx, Staff writer Kewei Chen, a former University of New Hampshire student, was found guilty of burglary, attempted burglary and invasion of privacy last Wednesday in Dover District Court....

A look inside: The Student Activity Fee Committee

Bret Belden March 12, 2015

By Melissa Proulx, Staff Writer Tucked away in the Office of Student Involvement and Leadership is the office of Student Activity Fee Committee (SAFC). They are the ones who decide the specifics of how...

Proulx: A morning in my awkward shoes

Bret Belden March 9, 2015

Mel's Melodies By Melissa Proulx My life has never been about grace or composure. But this has been one of those things I’ve always been able to somewhat accept, like the weather. But sometimes you can...

In hands-on class, students spend spring break in New Orleans

Bret Belden March 5, 2015

By Melissa Proulx, Staff Writer For the last decade, William Ross, a special collections librarian and professor of AMST444B-H01: “New Orleans: Place, Meaning and Context,” has been inviting his...

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