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Summer Issue: Music in New Hampshire

Bret Belden May 5, 2016

Over half of Durham’s population is between the ages of 18 and 25, which is a key demographic among concertgoers. Yet, there isn’t a single specialized music venue in town. Sure, there are sporadic...

Democracy Awakens

Bret Belden April 21, 2016

A busload of roughly two dozen students from UNH arrived in Washington, D.C. as hundreds of protesters pushing to repeal Citizens United were still being processed and booked by the U.S. Capitol Police....

Students stand against ‘Citizens United’

Bret Belden April 11, 2016

On Sunday, after a 140 mile, 9-day trek from the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia to Washington D.C., a group of hundreds of activists arrived at D.C.’s Union Station. Their sights were set on Capitol Hill...

Cold weather brings hardship for local homeless students

Bret Belden March 20, 2016

As records for the coldest Valentine’s Day are being shattered across New England, New Hampshire residents are being advised to keep warm, maybe curl up with a special someone, and most importantly,...

‘Bern’ing the midnight oil

Bret Belden February 22, 2016

Bow is quiet at 5 a.m. on a Tuesday morning. In the early hours of Feb. 2, an isolated parking lot across from the Hampton Inn got loud. Undeterred by illegality, morning classes, and freezing temperatures,...

Student orgs collaborated to put on the 6th annual Gender Identities Awareness Week

December 8, 2015

By Raoul Biron Staff Writer This week, one of the most underrepresented groups in UNH’s community worked to become impossible to ignore. In anticipation of Nov. 20, the Transgender Day of Remembrance,...

A smoker’s take on the proposed ban

December 8, 2015

By Raoul Biron Full disclosure: I smoke. Owning up to an expensive, smelly, and harmful habit can be difficult, but pride isn’t the drive behind addiction. While I don’t love relinquishing my mood,...

Ohio Gov. John Kasich calls for a balanced budget

December 8, 2015

By Raoul Biron Staff Writer Ohio Governor and presidential candidate John Kasich spoke to a mixed audience of roughly 100 in the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics on Thursday. Pointing toward...

UNH admin, faculty discuss controversial payments

December 7, 2015

By Raoul Biron Staff Writer Salary and health benefit renegotiations for UNH’s tenured and tenure-track faculty may have grinded to a halt this summer, but members of the UNH administration received...

Harsh Armadillo rolls into the Stone Church

October 16, 2015

By Raoul Biron Staff Writer Huge horn sounds and fat bass lines mix well with craft beers and dancing hipsters. Harsh Armadillo was made for venues like the Stone Church in Newmarket. On Saturday, the...

UNH's tailgating tradition continues

October 5, 2015

By Raoul Biron Staff Writer What was the score to the game? For many students and alumni, the most important part of the homecoming game isn’t the football, but the tailgate. “I think it means more...

Breaking down the Clinton, Sanders visits

September 22, 2015

By Raoul Biron Staff Writer Elephants, donkeys, clowns, and tightrope balancing acts - the run-up to the New Hampshire Primary is a circus. Over the weekend, UNH welcomed two of its Democratic ringleaders....

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