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New Hampshire’s cities on the frontline of worsening climate crisis

New Hampshire’s cities on the frontline of worsening climate crisis

Isabelle Curtis, Josh Shaw, Rhi Watkins, TNH Staff May 12, 2022

After the United States experienced its hottest summer on record last year, the country is poised for more record-breaking heatwaves as climate change worsens. New Hampshire’s infrastructure is being...

Issue 18 of the 2020-21 Academic Year

Hannah Donahue March 25, 2021

https://issuu.com/tnhstaff/docs/issue18__acb319480715c3

UNH active COVID-19 cases eclipse previous high; 325 people in quarantine

UNH active COVID-19 cases eclipse previous high; 325 people in quarantine

Hannah Donahue November 7, 2020

After reporting zero new positive coronavirus (COVID-19) cases on Nov. 1, the University of New Hampshire (UNH) announced 16 new cases on Nov. 5 and 60 total active cases, per their COVID-19...

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Update: More harassment allegations surface against “The Science Femme” Twitter account

Hannah Donahue October 8, 2020

A white male professor in the University of New Hampshire’s (UNH) Chemistry Department is at the center of allegations of posing as a woman of color (WOC) on Twitter. The professor has been placed...

Student Press Freedom

Hannah Donahue April 17, 2019

Yesterday, Jan. 30, was Student Press Freedom Day and The New Hampshire’s staff felt it prudent to highlight the responsibility of student journalists and, in today’s political climate, how necessary...

TNH staff class of 19 farewell: Kevin Philpot

TNH staff class of ’19 farewell: Kevin Philpot

Hannah Donahue April 11, 2019

The newspaper was fun, very fun. We have fun doing the newspaper, from typing and moving around it’s fun. If I could sleep at the newsroom, I probably wouldn’t but that’s that. I have to write...

TNH staff class of 19 farewell: Michael Mawson

TNH staff class of ’19 farewell: Michael Mawson

Hannah Donahue April 11, 2019

I’ve only been at TNH for the past year, but it’s been time that I’ve really enjoyed. Becoming the sports editor for TNH was probably the best decision I have made when it comes to my UNH career....

TNH staff class of 19 farewell: Jacob Dawson

TNH staff class of ’19 farewell: Jacob Dawson

Hannah Donahue April 11, 2019

I’ll admit I first got involved with TNH in a pretty hostile way. I came to UNH in the fall of 2015 after spending my last year working for my high school’s paper through a new journalism course being...

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