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On the Spot: Aquatics coordinator Ned Harvey

Bret Belden November 15, 2019

Starting this academic year, the University of New Hampshire (UNH) has a new aquatics coordinator, Ned Harvey, a 2014 UNH alum.  UNH Aquatics is located at Swasey...

The festive fun of UNH Skellington

The festive fun of UNH Skellington

Bret Belden November 1, 2019

Just like any university in the online era, University of New Hampshire (UNH) has an array of associated social media accounts made and maintained by students for other’s entertainment. One...

Crimes Against Children research center awarded grant

Bret Belden October 24, 2019

The Crimes Against Children Research Center (CCRC) of the University of New Hampshire (UNH) has received a three-year grant from the National Institute of Justice to help the police and forensic...

Marching band members frustrated with lack of credit

Marching band members frustrated with lack of credit

Bret Belden October 17, 2019

Despite time and effort invested into being a part of a music band at University of New Hampshire, band members still have to complete a fine and performing arts discovery.   The Wildcat Marching...

“Hoco cook” gaining traction online

Bret Belden October 17, 2019

With only six videos, the Instagram account @hococooking currently has over 600 followers. Five of those posts are montages of a student or a group of students, preparing food inside Holloway...

Changing Lives seeks to make a difference on campus

Changing Lives seeks to make a difference on campus

Bret Belden October 10, 2019

Junior social work major Riley Dionne, the president and a founder of Changing Lives for Those Who Changed Ours, was impacted after her high school classmate died. Later, three more people...

#NOFILTER: A night imitating Andy Warhol

#NOFILTER: A night imitating Andy Warhol

Hannah Donahue September 26, 2019

Art exhibits are often for strictly observing – but this isn’t to say that they always have to be.  “Sometimes people can express and communicate by a hands-on workshop, and learn...

UNH makes spot on Sierra Club’s sustainable school list

Hannah Donahue September 19, 2019

The University of New Hampshire (UNH) is back on the Sierra Club Cool School list.   Sierra Club selected 20 out of 282 most sustainable campuses in the United States and Canada, and the...

Wildcat marching band celebrates one hundred years of performing

Wildcat marching band celebrates one hundred years of performing

Hannah Donahue September 19, 2019

2019 is a truly amazing year for the Wildcat Marching Band. The ensemble’s 125 performing members (the highest number in many years) are celebrating the band’s centennial year and are...

Food review: Food truck meat pies more than a snack

Food review: Food truck meat pies more than a snack

Hannah Donahue September 11, 2019

For me, food falls into two categories: “edible” and “good,” so as soon as Northeast Pie Company set up their food truck outside DeMeritt Hall, I volunteered to review their meat...

Health and Wellness preaches self-care during finals

Hannah Donahue April 25, 2019

With finals week just around the corner, students prepare to pull all-nighters, camp in the library, abandon all nonacademic activities, and ignore the entire concept of self-care. Unfortunately,...

UNH junior receives prestigious Truman Scholarship

UNH junior receives prestigious Truman Scholarship

Hannah Donahue April 18, 2019

When University of New Hampshire (UNH) Provost Wayne Jones handed junior analytical economics and political science major Nooran Alhamdan the Truman Scholarship last...

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