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Mask and Dagger Opens Production of Wedding Singer

Mask and Dagger Opens Production of Wedding Singer

Rhianwen Watkins April 30, 2022

The University of New Hampshire (UNH) student-run drama club, Mask and Dagger, is getting ready for their opening production of “The Wedding Singer,” which runs April 29 through May 1.  The show,...

SCOPE: behind the scenes 

SCOPE: behind the scenes 

Aimee Rothman & Sarah Donovan, Contributing Writers April 25, 2022

With mostly sunny conditions on Sunday, there was no other place to be on campus besides the Student Committee on Popular Entertainment (SCOPE) and Campus Activities Board’s (CAB) outdoor event, held...

Volunteers at the Waysmeet Centers food pantry organize food.

“I don’t know how other people survive:” Food insecurity rises in New Hampshire

Isabelle Curtis, News Editor March 29, 2022

Durham, NH— John* walks to the Waysmeet Center food pantry every Friday. It’s the only weekday the University of New Hampshire (UNH) student isn't stuck in labs or classes that sometimes don’t get...

Masks no longer required in almost all campus spaces

Masks no longer required in almost all campus spaces

Anna Kate Munsey, Managing Editor March 11, 2022

Last Friday, University of New Hampshire (UNH) President James Dean and Provost Wayne Jones announced in an email that masks were no longer required in indoor spaces on any of the three campuses.   “Throughout...

Durham town elections experience record turnout

Durham town elections experience record turnout

Anna Kate Munsey, Managing Editor March 11, 2022

The town of Durham saw record-breaking election turnout on Tuesday, as well as decisions on a widely-debated issue and the election of new faces to local government.   Unofficial election results...

What’s in the water?

Max Scheinblum, Staff Writer March 5, 2022

DURHAM - The months-long debate over the Mill Pond Dam will come to a close next week when Durham residents flock to Oyster River High School for their annual election. Key points ranging from fish migration...

America East men’s basketball power rankings and predictions

America East men’s basketball power rankings and predictions

Cameron Beall, Sports Editor February 20, 2022
America East men’s basketball power rankings and predictions
UNH men’s hockey: Wildcats at UConn Huskies matchup and notes

UNH men’s hockey: Wildcats at UConn Huskies matchup and notes

Joshua Shaw, Sports Writer January 21, 2022

Preview The University of New Hampshire (UNH) Wildcats head to Hartford playing their best hockey of the season. They’re winners of their last four and have outscored their opponents 20-6 during that...

UNH womens basketball: Delaruelle’s buzzer beater upstages Torres’ 1,000th career point

UNH women’s basketball: Delaruelle’s buzzer beater upstages Torres’ 1,000th career point

Brackett Lyons, Sports Writer January 21, 2022

WILDCATS 69, HAWKS 66   DURHAM, NH — Time stood still in Lundholm Gymnasium Wednesday night. After blowing a 10-point lead in the final two minutes of action the University of New Hampshire...

Wildcats sweep No. 20 Boston College for first time since 2009

Wildcats sweep No. 20 Boston College for first time since 2009

Joshua Shaw, Sports Writer January 21, 2022

CHESTNUT HILL, MASS. — It was a classic case of strength versus strength as the University of New Hampshire (UNH) Wildcats (11-10-1, 5-7-1) played the No. 20 Boston College (BC) Eagles (10-8-3, 5-6-2)...

UNH men’s basketball: Herrion concerned about Wildcats’ 24-day layoff heading into AE opener

UNH men’s basketball: Herrion concerned about Wildcats’ 24-day layoff heading into AE opener

Cameron Beall January 6, 2022

DURHAM, N.H. – A pair of America East (AE) heavyweights will get their conference schedule underway on Thursday night from Burlington, VT. The University of Vermont (UVM) Catamounts (8-4, 0-0)...

UNH women’s basketball: Three takeaways from ‘Cats fifth straight loss

UNH women’s basketball: Three takeaways from ‘Cats fifth straight loss

Brackett Lyons, Sports Editor December 23, 2021

WILDCATS 64, WARRIORS 70 (OT)  A 15-point comeback to force overtime wasn’t good enough for the University of New Hampshire (UNH) Wildcats (3-7) Wednesday afternoon versus the Merrimack College Warriors...

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