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Patagonia’s ‘Worn Wear College Road Tour’ adds UNH to list of stops

Bret Belden March 9, 2017

UNH will officially become a stop on Patagonia’s “Worn Wear College Road Tour” on Tuesday, March 21. In honor of the praise UNH has received by being selected by Patagonia and the Post-Landfill...

Jerald Walker speaks for UNH’s Writer Series

Bret Belden February 6, 2017

Renowned author and essayist Jerald Walker grew up in a white supremacist doomsday cult with his two blind parents on the south side of Chicago.    Quoting James Baldwin when he was asked whether he...

Paul College Palooza showcases students’ semester projects

Bret Belden April 21, 2016

At the annual Paul College Palooza last Friday, April 15, over 100 senior marketing majors showed off their semester-long team projects, which had them working with local companies and organizations. The...

Gandhi’s grandson a ‘peace farmer’

Bret Belden March 21, 2016

Arun Gandhi, grandson of icon Mahatma Gandhi, came to speak at UNH on Wednesday night as a part of the MUB’s Current Issues Lecture Series. Several organizations worked together to bring the peace and...

SOTU: President Huddleston talks 150 years of UNH, successes and growing class sizes

Bret Belden February 22, 2016

The State of the University address often tends to revolve around the biggest milestones overcome and achievements accomplished by UNH within the last 12  months. But this year’s address, according...

‘I’m deaf, not blind!’: ASL brings Deaf Panel to UNH

Bret Belden April 9, 2015

By Stephanie Morales, Contributing Writer Have you ever wondered what life is like for a deaf person? On Tuesday night, about 100 American Sign Language students found out that their lives are not as...

International Student Spotlight: A pursuit in becoming a ‘citizen of the world’

Bret Belden April 2, 2015

By Stephanie Morales, Contributing Writer Josefina Ondo’s green braids and dark skin easily set her apart from the crowd at the University of New Hampshire. Yet, there is more color in her personality...

Body Monologues sheds light eating concerns, body image

Bret Belden October 31, 2014

By Stephanie Morales, Contributing Writer For people who struggle with their body image and eating concerns, it often feels as though there is no light at the end of the tunnel. But Body Monologues 2014...

Halloween Extravaganza is celebrated for it’s 11th year

Bret Belden October 28, 2014

By Stephanie Morales, Contributing Writer Cobwebs, skeletons and other spooky decorations adorned the walls and doors of Mills Hall for its annual Halloween Extravaganza, boosting the already heightened...

Political science book party celebrates professors’ works

Bret Belden October 22, 2014

By Stephanie Morales, Contributing Writer Faculty and students mingled and munched on hors d’oeuvres as they came together to celebrate three professors who have had books published in the past year....

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