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Farewell Column: Finding your inner beast

Bret Belden April 14, 2016

"Life is hard. Then you die. Then they throw dirt on your face. Then the worms eat you. Be glad it happens in that order.” Those hilarious—but painfully accurate—words come from American writer David...

From the Editor’s Desk: The Undergraduate Prize Plays and why you should go see them

Bret Belden April 7, 2016

Full disclosure: The New Hampshire has two members on staff participating in the Undergraduate Prize Plays. Executive Editor Sam Rabuck will be playing “Todd” in content editor Tom Z. Spencer’s play...

Bringing awareness into light

Bret Belden April 7, 2016

The month of April has been designated as National Autism Awareness Month, and the women of Alpha Xi Delta are aiming to help raise awareness about the disorder on campus. On April 2, Alpha Xi Delta,...

From the Editor’s Desk: Why women’s studies should be added to the discovery requirements

Bret Belden March 30, 2016

As I reflect on my time at UNH, I can’t help but think that I have had a well-rounded education that included a plethora of courses in a variety of disciplines complemented by my involvement with The...

From the Editor’s Desk

Bret Belden March 24, 2016

Diplomat Richard Haass was announced as the speaker for the class of 2016’s commencement ceremony Wednesday morning. The announcement served as a painful reminder that graduation is, unfortunately, actually...

2016 commencement speaker announced

Bret Belden March 24, 2016

Diplomat Richard Haass was announced as the speaker for the class of 2016’s commencement ceremony Wednesday morning. According to the UNH Media Relations’ press release, Haass received the 2013 Tipperary...

From the Editor’s Desk: With the semester drawing to a close, it’s important to take a moment to reflect on our college careers

December 8, 2015

With the end of another semester—and for us seniors, our college careers— drawing near, it’s important to cherish every moment while simultaneously coming to terms with the fact that college is temporary....

What’s on Wednesday? International Excitement

December 7, 2015

By Sam Rabuck Executive Editor A Caribbean steel drum band, calligraphy, origami and a silent auction were all featured at this week’s “What’s on Wednesday” in the MUB’s Union Court in the spirit...

Rand Paul discusses civil liberties

December 7, 2015

By Sam Rabuck Executive Editor Presidential candidate and Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul spoke to a crowd of about 200 in the MUB’s Strafford Room Monday morning. The republican got right down to business...

Taking a look at why celebrating Halloween at UNH is important for the sake of your own sanity

December 1, 2015

To students on the fence about dressing up for Halloween this weekend: Do it. We’re at the point in the semester where the weather is getting bitterly cold, days are getting terrifyingly short and homework...

A truce on technology

November 9, 2015

By Sam Rabuck Executive Editor At the expense of pointing out the obvious, it’s 2015. Technology is incredible, and we continue to see it improve across the board, especially in communication and entertainment....

Sen. Rand Paul discusses civil liberties at UNH

November 5, 2015

By Sam Rabuck Executive Editor Presidential candidate and Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul spoke to a crowd of about 200 in the MUB’s Strafford Room Monday morning. The republican got right down to business...

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