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Covid cases on campus decline after reaching high of 535

Covid cases on campus decline after reaching high of 535

Hannah Donahue, Content Editor February 15, 2022

As University of New Hampshire (UNH) students returned to the town of Durham in preparation for the spring semester, COVID-19 cases began to rise - hitting an all-time campus high of 535 total positive...

COVID-19 booster shots available for all UNH students, faculty and staff

COVID-19 booster shots available for all UNH students, faculty and staff

Teddy Tauscher November 16, 2021

Health & Wellness at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) is now offering Moderna and Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 booster shots to UNH community members. Individuals over 18, residing or...

UNH President announces vaccine mandate for all UNH employees

Ben MacKillop October 23, 2021

In an announcement sent out last Friday, UNH President James Dean announced that under new federal requirements some UNH faculty members are considered federal contractors and will now be subject...

Looming fears of COVID-19 variants challenge UNH’s desire to return to a sense of normalcy

Looming fears of COVID-19 variants challenge UNH’s desire to return to a sense of normalcy

Sarah Levine September 22, 2021

Pupils bustle together, less than 6 feet apart. Laughter is painted on their faces by long-awaited smiles. Life feels standard until they scale the steps of the sumptuous Hamilton...

Masks required almost everywhere indoors, UNH President Dean announces

Masks required almost everywhere indoors, UNH President Dean announces

Anna Kate Munsey September 13, 2021

All University of New Hampshire (UNH) students, faculty and staff are now required to wear masks in most indoor spaces on campus, President James Dean announced Thursday.  The decision comes...

UNH increases COVID-19 mask requirements

Ben MacKillop September 10, 2021

As we go through the second week of the semester, COVID-19 has still been on the minds of most in the University of New Hampshire (UNH) community and around the country. Rising cases around the...

UNH sees lowest COVID-19 cases since September 2020

UNH sees lowest COVID-19 cases since September 2020

Benjamin Domaingue May 7, 2021

The University of New Hampshire (UNH) has seen a sharp decline in coronavirus (COVID-19) cases within the community.  Even as the university was forced to transition to its orange mode of operations...

Year in review: Durham’s mask ordinance

Year in review: Durham’s mask ordinance

Cassie Hollasch May 7, 2021

When the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic prompted widespread mask wearing, the federal government left states and towns to decide whether or not it was enforceable. Despite the Centers for Disease Control...

Fraternity members allege malpractice during quarantine

Fraternity members allege malpractice during quarantine

Cassie Hollasch May 7, 2021

Durham, NH -- Fraternity members at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) faced financial pressure to honor their leases – and a higher risk of infection in crowded residence halls – this past...

Wildcats forced to withdraw from the America East Tournament

Wildcats forced to withdraw from the America East Tournament

Cassie Hollasch April 14, 2021

DURHAM, N.H. – Just one week after clinching a playoff berth in the final week of the regular season, coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns forced the University of New Hampshire (UNH) women's soccer team...

Saying goodbye to a community favorite

Saying goodbye to a community favorite

Cassie Hollasch April 9, 2021

After seven wonderful years, Main Street Makery located on Durham’s Main Street is closing its doors. On March 29, 2021, Shop Owner Sarah Grandy announced the devastating news on the store’s Facebook...

UNH conducts wastewater testing system to track COVID-19 virus

UNH conducts wastewater testing system to track COVID-19 virus

Teddy Tauscher April 8, 2021

Self-testing isn’t the only way the University of New Hampshire has been keeping track of the coronavirus (COVID-19) on campus. Alongside the self-tests, the college has been using a waste water testing system.   Compared...

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