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UNH to host 38th annual 3-day Evergreen Fair this weekend

December 9, 2015

By Tim Drugan-Eppich Staff Writer For the past 38 years, Durham has been home to the Evergreen Fair, a fair where crafts are shown off to members of the community. From Thursday, December 3 until Saturday,...

Tim’s Final Farewell

December 8, 2015

By Tim Drugan-Eppich Long-winded reminiscence and sappy goodbyes make me nauseous.  So instead of reflecting excessively and thanking everyone from my parents to John Goodman, here’s a story. I do my...

Hanging on: the danger and art of rock climbing

December 8, 2015

By Tim Drugan-Eppich Staff Writer Climbing is an inherently dangerous sport.  Hanging onto a slab of rock, clinging to the smallest of holds as though your life depended on it does not lead to thoughts...

Hepcats host Beantown Swing Dance in MUB

December 8, 2015

By Tim Drugan-Eppich Staff writer “Puttin’ on the Ritz”, a song written by Irving Berlin in the early 20th century, emanated from the Strafford Room as a glance inside showed people dancing like...

A first-hand account of a UNH ballet class in the program’s annual ‘Bring a Boy’ day

December 7, 2015

By Tim Drugan-Eppich Staff Writer I was excessively perspiring, trying to make my clunky body look graceful, and pointing my toes with a ferociousness they hadn’t felt before.  It was Bring a Boy to...

Feedback frenzy: A reflection of 'Rightly Wrong'

November 23, 2015

This column has gotten more than a handful of people angry with me this semester, and it has led to a few of my professors suggesting that, perhaps, I should temper my writing in the name of getting a...

We're on the same team

November 19, 2015

There is a curious wind blowing through college campuses around the country, bringing in an over-sensitivity that I discussed in my last column.  But there is something even more disturbing than this...

Rightly Wrong: Losing sight of what really matters

November 5, 2015

It seems to me that society has lost sight of what really matters, what issues are worth addressing.  Instead of tackling problems that have an immense impact on all of our lives, we concentrate on the...

Research professor Cameron Wake discusses glaciers, politics and climate change

November 2, 2015

By Tim Drugan-Eppich Staff Writer Titles like “How to build a Habitable Planet,” and “Climate Change 1995,” line the walls of an office in Morse Hall, with an entire shelf taken up by yellow books...

A first-hand account of a UNH ballet class in the program’s annual ‘Bring a Boy’ day

November 2, 2015

By Tim Drugan-Eppich Staff Writer I was excessively perspiring, trying to make my clunky body look graceful, and pointing my toes with a ferociousness they hadn’t felt before.  It was Bring a Boy to...

‘Groupthink’ dangers: Examining the lost art of thinking for yourself

October 23, 2015

"Groupthink is a psychological phenomenon that occurs within a group of people, in which the desire for harmony or conformity in the group results in an irrational or dysfunctional decision-making outcome.” That...

UNH offers its first ever MOOC on the NH Primary

October 23, 2015

By Tim Drugan-Eppich Staff Writer Primary season is upon us.  The constant talk of Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders, and the issues plaguing our nation are evidence of that.  But how much does anyone really...

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