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Alleged social media threat settled by UNH Police

Alleged social media threat settled by UNH Police

Evan Edmonds April 22, 2021

University of New Hampshire (UNH) Police Chief Paul Dean said there was never a threat to the campus community from the alleged social media post this past Saturday night and the University of...

Durham winter break testing updates

Hannah Donahue December 16, 2020

The University of New Hampshire (UNH) is now nearly one month into its winter break coronavirus (COVID-19) testing program and currently stands at a 1.24% positivity rate of the students, faculty,...

UNH community shares final thoughts before Nov. 3 election

Isabelle Curtis October 29, 2020

Celene Johns-Thomas is tired.   Johns-Thomas was politically active before she was even eligible to vote. In high school, she was a campaign volunteer for Bernie Sanders, and then Hillary Clinton...

Freedom Fest Preview

Freedom Fest Preview

Hannah Donahue April 18, 2019

WUNH-FM gears up for another year of Freedom Fest - a music festival that’s sponsored by the University of New Hampshire (UNH) college radio station, WUNH, and...

Purim brings celebration and Jewish culture to Durham

Purim brings celebration and Jewish culture to Durham

Hannah Donahue March 28, 2019

Purim, celebrated annually on March 20 and 21, remembers the salvation of Jewish people in fourth century Persia. According to the commemorated story, Haman, the appointed prime-minister of the Persian...

UNH art community collaborates on climate change exhibit

Bret Belden October 27, 2016

The 3S Artspace, at 319 Vaughan St. in Portsmouth, is currently home to “Rise: Climate Change in Our World,” an exhibition of art from UNH students, alumni, faculty and staff. The exhibit opened up...

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