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On the Spot: Student Board Representative-Elect Christian Merheb

Bret Belden April 27, 2017

Christian Merheb, 19, a sophomore political science major, is heavily involved in the University of Hampshire community and the Student Senate. Though the new session of Student Senate will officially...

Education Activist Coach Carter provides advice

Bret Belden April 22, 2017

“Get up early and stay up late — work when it hurts,” Coach Ken Carter, an education activist, business owner and former high school basketball coach, told UNH students Wednesday evening during his...

SHARPP to host annual Anti-Violence walk and rally

Bret Belden April 13, 2017

According to the director of SHARPP Amy Culp, the National Sexual Violence Resource Center estimates that one in five women and one in 16 men will be sexually assaulted while they are in college. Culp...

On the spot with Student Senate Speaker-elect Brennan Pouliot

Bret Belden April 10, 2017

Sophomore political science major, Brennan Pouliot, 20, will be shadowing under Alex Fries, current student senate speaker. On May 1, 2017 the new session of Student Senate will officially begin and Pouliot...

Greenhouse open house showcases local plant research

Bret Belden April 3, 2017

The UNH Macfarlane Research Greenhouses provided a warm and lush escape from the spring snow showers outside on Friday and Saturday during the annual Spring Greenhouse Open House. On Friday, March 31,...

Lessons in Leadership welcomes James Anderson ’07

Bret Belden March 27, 2017

Born in Philadelphia and raised in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, James Anderson made the decision to attend college at UNH upon attending a concert the university put on by The Student Committee on Popular...

Guest speaker at mandatory sorority and fraternity life meeting strikes controversy

Bret Belden March 9, 2017

Some  students have expressed various concerns about this semester’s Grand Chapter speaker, Brian C. Johnson, who spoke to members of UNH fraternities and sororities on Wednesday, March 1, in the Granite...

Dimond Library celebrates diversity, promotes inclusion

Bret Belden March 6, 2017

“Our library is for everyone. You belong here,” reads the newly released Diversity and Inclusion Statement, which can be found on the third floor of UNH’s Dimond Library. This statement has been...

Waysmeet expands food pantry services to students

Bret Belden February 24, 2017

The Cornucopia Food Pantry has been in operation at The Waysmeet Center since 1997, but has gone through significant changes recently, according to Reverend Larry Brickner-Wood, the chaplain and executive...

UNH students take to rescuing data with faculty, community

Bret Belden February 20, 2017

“Eighty percent of ecological data disappears within 20 years,” UNH graduate student studying earth sciences Clarice Perryman said to a group of people getting ready to take part in archiving data....

Students given opportunity to pay off loans through ECenter

Bret Belden February 6, 2017

With the establishment of the i2 Passport Program, the Peter T. Paul Entrepreneurship Center (ECenter) is offering students the opportunity to win a total of $15,000 to help pay off their student loans....

Wildcatalyst Seminar Series continues with ECenter presentations

Bret Belden January 30, 2017

The Alpha Loft, located in the Peter T. Paul Entrepreneurship Center (ECenter), was turned into a networking space Thursday night as part of the Wildcatalyst Seminar Series. UNH professor and the department...

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