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Local Musician Farinas Releases Album, “Tie Die Tape”

Local Musician Farinas Releases Album, “Tie Die Tape”

Phoebe Mulry, Contributing Writer December 8, 2022

Local artist Ryan Farinas looks for mainstream success in his new project “Tie Die Tape.”  The album, released on November 11, is Farinas’s first, which he has been working on for years.  “I...

Shutting down the last large coal plant in New England:

Shutting down the last large coal plant in New England:

Rhianwen Watkins, Arts Editor December 5, 2022

It was a freezing winter morning on the grounds of the large coal plant in Bow New Hampshire, where Leif Taranta found themself facing a daring task: climbing the several hundred-foot smokestack. The...

Cost of heating is on the rise in New Hampshire with winter right around the corner.

Cost of heating is on the rise in New Hampshire with winter right around the corner.

Douglas Jones, Katie Clayton, and Abigail Driscoll, Contributing Writers November 30, 2022

DURHAM - People across New Hampshire are beginning to fear how they’ll pay for heating this winter as prices skyrocket. Unitil, the primary source of gas in the Southeastern region of New Hampshire known...

NH Community mourns Transgender lives lost with vigil

NH Community mourns Transgender lives lost with vigil

Amanda Pirani, News Editor November 29, 2022

DURHAM, NH – Community members gathered on the University of New Hampshire’s Great Lawn Monday, Nov. 21, to observe the Transgender Day of Remembrance, hosted by student organizations TransUNH and...

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UNH Researchers Study the Effects of Climate Change in Gulf of Maine

Kylie Valluzzi, Contributing Writer November 29, 2022

DURHAM – University of New Hampshire (UNH) researchers are hopeful that a million-dollar grant investigating native fish and bird species in the Gulf of Maine may help explain how the ocean will respond...

The 27th Annual Portsmouth Halloween Parade

The 27th Annual Portsmouth Halloween Parade

Rhianwen Watkins, Arts Editor November 8, 2022

All I could see were the backs of heads. Many were adorned with skeleton masks, witch hats or something of the sort. They bobbed excitedly, chattering with those next to them, eagerly anticipating the...

Durham, NH- The flag of the Cowasuck Band of the Pennacook-Abenaki People hangs outside town hall.

Durham Honors Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Sarah Donovan, Content Editor November 7, 2022

DURHAM, NH- The University of New Hampshire (UNH) and the Durham community honored Indigenous Peoples’ Day this past October with the flying of the flag of the Cowasuck Band of the Pennacook-Abenaki...

New Hampshire Ranks Last in Cost of Voting Index

New Hampshire Ranks Last in Cost of Voting Index

Kaylin Moriarty, Staff Writer November 2, 2022

DURHAM, NH-  To vote in any election requires effort, and while many states are beginning to make voting more convenient, others haven’t been so adaptive. According to the “Cost of Voting Index”...

Q&A With Mark Racic, NH House Candidate

Q&A With Mark Racic, NH House Candidate

Anna Barrows, Contributing Writer November 2, 2022

Mark Racic is a lifelong resident of the Seacoast. He’s lived in Dover, Somersworth and Durham roughly one third of his life in each. He’s a product of the Dover school system both parochial and public....

Loren Selig, Political Newcomer, Vying for Seat in NH House

Loren Selig, Political Newcomer, Vying for Seat in NH House

Amanda Pirani, News Editor October 30, 2022

At 53-years-old, Durham resident Loren Selig is making her first entrance into the New Hampshire political arena to run for Durham’s representative in the State Legislature (Strafford County D-10). Selig...

Timothy Horrigan Seeks Reelection to New Hampshire House

Timothy Horrigan Seeks Reelection to New Hampshire House

Rhianwen Watkins, Arts Editor October 28, 2022

It’s not every day you get to say you went to school with Barack Obama. But Democratic New Hampshire State Representative, Timothy Horrigan, has the privilege of saying he did just that. Although they...

Topanga Canyon Vintage Collaborative Rallies for Reproductive Rights with Vagipalooza Event

Topanga Canyon Vintage Collaborative Rallies for Reproductive Rights with Vagipalooza Event

Aleksandra Bedard, Staff Writer September 13, 2022

Durham, NH- Following the overturning of Roe v. Wade and a summer of planning, the Topanga Canyon Vintage Collaborative (TCVC) gathered members of the University of New Hampshire (UNH) community for a...

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