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I did college, for better or worse

December 8, 2015

By Miranda Wilder I took a little trip once. I was a long way from UNH, but bear with me. Through the greens and reds of club lights, robotic trees and distorted heads, I met this kid. He was 17 and some...

200 turkeys, 100 volunteers and a season of giving

December 8, 2015

By Miranda Wilder Former news Editor Monday of Thanksgiving week: The November holiday three days away and travel plans underway for many, yet the Waysmeet Center remained bustling and chaotic with slightly...

Anecdotes from abroad

September 18, 2015

By Miranda Wilder Staff Writer I got to London on Aug. 27, 2014. My best friend died five days later. I’m not saying this to be morbid, I’m letting you know that I was a 20-year-old escapist with a...

UNH student studying in Chile has marked herself as 'safe' on Facebook

September 18, 2015

By Tom Z. Spencer and Miranda Wilder Staff Writers Amy Simon, a UNH student studying abroad in Santiago, marked herself safe via Facebook at 1:09 a.m. EST on Sept. 17 after an earthquake struck offshore...

Trip out, don’t drop out: academics meets psychedelics

Bret Belden April 16, 2015

By MIRANDA WILDER NEWS EDITOR One of the University of New Hampshire’s more unconventional clubs is set to have its third meeting this evening. Two philosophy majors, Eric Moore and Brian Waterhouse,...

Trip out, don’t drop out: academics meets psychedelics

Bret Belden April 16, 2015

By MIRANDA WILDER, News Editor One of the University of New Hampshire’s more unconventional clubs is set to have its third meeting this evening. Two philosophy majors, Eric Moore and Brian Waterhouse,...

‘Peace, love and positivity’

Bret Belden April 14, 2015

Rap artist Logic performed before a crowded Field House Thursday By Miranda Wilder, News Editor The crowd pushed forward, shoving toward the front row as fans waited for Logic to appear onstage at the...

Teaching tough topics: Dr. Linda Chavers speaks on diversity, racism in classrooms

Bret Belden April 7, 2015

By Miranda Wilder, Staff Writer The University of New Hampshire held its most recent Sidore Lecture Series event called "#BlackLivesMatter In Our Classrooms" Tuesday night to spread awareness of racism...

Uber is making its way to Durham scene

Bret Belden March 26, 2015

By Miranda Wilder, Staff Writer Uber, a modified taxi service, has started offering rides to and from Durham, particularly targeting University of New Hampshire students. The entire service is controlled...

SEAC continues divestment campaign with documentary screening

Bret Belden February 26, 2015

By Miranda Wilder, Staff Writer Student activism at its finest, University of New Hampshire students gathered at the Freedom Café Tuesday evening to watch the documentary “The Last Mountain,” determined...

SBP elections welcome Hart, Snipes to the race

Bret Belden February 19, 2015

By Miranda Wilder, Staff Writer Giselle Hart and Robert Richard-Snipes have officially become the next pair of candidates running for Student Body President (Hart) and Vice President (Snipes) as of Sunday,...

Cameron Cook: ‘It’s about you, not us’

Bret Belden February 16, 2015

By Miranda Wilder, Staff Writer Sophomore Cameron Cook, who is running for Student Body President at UNH, is prepared to make a difference that lasts long after his time on campus. With a campaign slogan...

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