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Letter campaign pushes for increased university system funding

Bret Belden April 13, 2017

In an effort to encourage the New Hampshire Legislature to allocate more funding in the upcoming state budget to the university system, members of the UNH student body and university administration met...

Student Senate Update: New student senate speaker elected, resolutions on fraternity and sorority GPA requirements, UNH gun policy passed.

Bret Belden April 3, 2017

With the decision by the members of Student Senate on Sunday evening to select sophomore political science and justice studies dual major Brennan Pouliot as the next student senate speaker, the head leadership...

TNH Fashions: Sweater Editor

Bret Belden March 31, 2017

Ernest Hemingway. John F. Kennedy. Idris Elba. What do these three men have in common? Answer—they can all pull off the sweater look. Hopefully one day I can join this storied group, but until then,...

Student Senate Update: Senate receives recognition for HRC cooperation, speaker nominations open

Bret Belden March 27, 2017

The Student Senate meeting on Sunday opened up with an appearance by Campus Recreation Director Stacey Hall, who proceeded to present Student Body President Jonathan Dean with a framed photo collage that...

Student Senate update Not Too Sharp album goes back to SAFC, resolutions on voting rights and Grand Chapter passed

Bret Belden March 6, 2017

After discussing and reviewing a decision by the Student Activity Fee Committee (SAFC) that would provide $10,000 to the a cappella group Not Too Sharp to fund their next album, a SAFC appeals board has...

Student Senate Update- Petition process for elected positions re-opened

Bret Belden February 27, 2017

At the urging of the Student Senate Election Committee, the petition phase for the positions of student body president (SBP), student body vice president (SBVP) and University System of New Hampshire...

Student Senate Update

Bret Belden February 20, 2017

Though Sunday night was the first occasion in which the Student Senate met in over two weeks, the meeting’s timeframe was a crisp two hours and 29 minutes. Douglas Bencks, UNH university architect...

Sununu excludes increase for University System funding in budget proposal

Bret Belden February 14, 2017

In response to the state budget proposal made by Governor Chris Sununu on Thursday, which didn’t include any increase in funding for the University System of New Hampshire (USNH), UNH President Mark...

Student Senate Update:Dean’s impeachment failed unanimously, addition and removal of senators

Bret Belden February 6, 2017

After a recess of nine weeks, the Student Senate adjourned for the first time this semester on Saturday afternoon to discuss a number of matters, including a bill calling for the removal of Jonathan Dean...

Student Senate Update:First Senate meeting of semester cancelled

Bret Belden January 30, 2017

Due to an administrative mistake by Student Senate Speaker Alex Fries, the Student Senate meeting originally set to take place on the evening of Sunday, Jan. 29 was scrapped in an effort not to trespass...

Student Senate Update: Final Senate meeting of the fall semester

Bret Belden December 5, 2016

Student Senate Speaker Alex Fries walked into his office in the Memorial Union Building at 4 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 4 to find a manila folder that contained a collection of petitions to impeach Student Body...

Student Senate Update: Fees discussed, resolutions passed, SAFC chair to resign

Bret Belden November 21, 2016

The Student Senate meeting on Sunday, Nov. 20 saw a great amount of action occur before the floor of student representatives. The first action of business was an appearance by UNH Business Affairs Associate...

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