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Models taking their final walks in the CL fashion shows third category: Get Dressed up to Get Down.

Dover Clothing Library provides first-hand looks at second-hand attire

Sophia Schlichtmann, Staff Writer December 21, 2023

On Dec. 1, the Dover Public Library (DPL) was perhaps the rowdiest it has been in the building’s 118-year history, with the exception of the children’s room, of course. Loud pop music played as...

PJ Beaudet, the store manager of Cotillion Bureau.

Cotillion Bureau: A Hotspot for Vintage Clothing in Portsmouth NH

Sophia Schlichtmann, Staff Writer October 31, 2023

PORTSMOUTH, NH- If you’ve ever seen a vintage dress and romanticized an entire backstory for it, the carefully curated vintage clothing of Cotillion Bureau (CB) might be for you. CB is a consignment...

The Durham Town Hall is the site of IWMAC events regarding the signage campaign.

‘Recycle Right’ signs appear across campus

Cassandra Chabot, Staff Writer October 4, 2023

DURHAM- New signs have begun popping up around the University of New Hampshire. Green and small in size, they commonly can be seen in medians at intersections throughout Main Street. Seemingly, these “Recycle...

The Makers Market on Saturday, Sept. 9 on the patio outside Ceos Gelato on Madbury Rd.

Local Maker’s Market Aims to Promote Sustainability

Aleksandra Bedard, Staff Writer September 18, 2023

DURHAM, NH- Despite the 85-degree heat, a patio at the corner of Madbury Rd was filled with tents for a pop-up maker’s market this past Saturday, Sept. 9. The market, which was the first to be held since...

Students gathered on the Great Lawn for the second annual Earth Day Jam at UNH. 4/21/23

UNH Hosts Second-Annual Earth Day Jam Fest on Great Lawn

Sarah Donovan, Content Editor May 2, 2023

Earth Day Jam Fest, hosted by the Organic Garden Club (OGC), took place on Great Lawn at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) on April 21. The event was held to advocate for climate action and bring the...

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​​Through the Belly of HoCo

Chloe Gross, Staff Writer March 8, 2023

When a napkin arrives at Holloway Commons Dining Hall (HoCo), it enters how everything else does–at the loading dock. Boxes of the brown paper tissue neighbor local apples in cardboard crates, frozen...

Show some love to the Earth

Show some love to the Earth

Cassie Hollasch April 22, 2021
We all love the Earth and the beauty it has brought to us, so it's time to give back and show it some love too. There are many different ways to be more sustainable that are easy changes anyone can make in their day to day life. While the individual consumer doesn’t produce anywhere near the emissions that many big companies do, we can still make a difference and demand change together. So to help you with some ideas, here is a list of ways to live a more sustainable and environmentally conscious life.
Topanga Canyon Vintage holds first Maker’s Market

Topanga Canyon Vintage holds first Maker’s Market

Isabelle Curtis April 14, 2021
Lively chatter filled the parking lot behind Topanga Canyon Vintage on Saturday, April 10. Basil, a large German shepherd, loped across the concrete clamoring for attention from vendors and their customers. It was the first day of Topanga Canyon Vintage and Groovy Thrifty’s first-ever maker’s market to promote young artists and designers. The event was held on April 10-11 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
UNH ranked 9th coolest school

UNH ranked 9th “coolest school”

Hannah Donahue October 16, 2020
The University of New Hampshire (UNH) was listed ninth for sustainability efforts on the Sierra Club’s “Top 20 Coolest Schools 2020.”
Student Senate Update: Nov. 3, 2019

Student Senate Update: Nov. 3, 2019

Bret Belden November 7, 2019
Senate Correspondent Benjamin Strawbridge delivers the highlights from the Student Senate’s seventh meeting of Session 41

UNH makes spot on Sierra Club’s sustainable school list

Hannah Donahue September 19, 2019
UNH is one of the most sustainable campuses in the country according to the Sierra Club Cool School list

Students Respond to UNH’s Environmental Policies in today’s Current Political Climate

Hannah Donahue May 2, 2019
Despite recent legislation rollbacks, UNH continues to be a sustainable campus
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