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Kappa Sigma suspended

Hannah Donahue March 5, 2020
The University of New Hampshire (UNH) chapter of the Kappa Sigma fraternity has been suspended and is currently under investigation by the university and the Durham Police Department after a reported incident took place at their house last weekend.

Issue 14 of the 2019-20 Academic Year

Ian Lenahan January 30, 2020
Issue 14 of the 2019-20 Academic Year

Communication for cooperation

April 30, 2015

If you are not a UNH student or have not opened the email President Huddleston sent out to students Wednesday, please take a moment to read the copy below. The New Hampshire in no way condones the behavior...

Helping a good cause

Bret Belden April 16, 2015

When the mid-April sun’s rays start to find their way to Durham and the weather finally returns to reasonably habitable temperatures, students jump at the opportunity to get outside. But nearly 1,000...

Editorial: Putting Parking in Perspective

Bret Belden April 13, 2015

By TNH Editorial Staff The University of New Hampshire’s Durham campus has a growing population. The class of 2018 is the university’s largest in history with just under 3,400 students, and beyond...

Editorial: Special Spirit at UNH, a righteous slam dunk

Bret Belden April 9, 2015

By TNH Editorial Staff The University of New Hampshire Student Occupational Therapy Association (SOTA) held an event entitled “Special Spirit at UNH” in the Lundholm Gymnasium on Wednesday night. The...

Editorial: A lapse in judgement

Bret Belden April 7, 2015

By TNH Editorial Staff On Sunday, Rolling Stone magazine retracted a 9,000-word story on an alleged rape at a University of Virginia fraternity house. In place of the article is now a report on an investigation...

Editorial: Indiana is just one part of the problem

Bret Belden April 2, 2015

By TNH Editorial Staff All eyes have been on the state of Indiana since Gov. Mike Pence signed into law legislation which critics say allows business to discriminate individuals who identify gay, lesbian,...

Editorial: Weitzell details tough to stomach

Bret Belden March 30, 2015

By TNH Editorial Staff The details revealed in the findings of the Scott Weitzell investigation published Friday are gross, disturbing and deplorable. In the fall of 2011, scandal of the sexual nature...

Editorial: Preparing for spring in Durham

Bret Belden March 23, 2015

By TNH Editorial Staff Welcome back, Wildcats. After a week where Durham emptied out as students departed for their tropical vacation paradise or a week spent settled in at home, UNH’s flagship campus...

Editorial: What will Cook and Grogan do to set themselves apart?

Bret Belden March 9, 2015

By TNH Editorial Staff Shortly after hearing the final results, incoming Student Body President Cameron Cook said on Saturday that there is “something rewarding about winning against legitimate competition.”...

Editorial: Granite State needs to step forward with the rest of New England

Bret Belden March 2, 2015

By TNH Editorial Staff Weed seems to be everywhere these days. In April, Massachusetts will see its first medical marijuana dispensary open and take yet another step towards the inevitable future of legalized...

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