Abstract

  • Operation Warm: ‘More than a coat’, Page 1
  • Better safe than sorry, Page 1
  • “Meet the Press” to meet UNH, Page 1
  • Breaking News: Haze from microwave evacuated Spaulding, Page 3
  • Nicaraguan dance troupe visits Stra ord Room, Page 4
  • Outreach group estimates 93 percent of NH insured, Page 4
  • Annual Ocean Discovery Day rolling into Chase Laboratory, Page 5
  • Army o cer recommends no jail time for Sgt., Page 5
  • YoUNH: Humans of Durham, Page 6
  • OPINION: Calling out Columbus Day: Taking a closer look at Christopher Columbus’ discovery and why having the day o isn’t necessary, Page 7
  • OPINION: States know best when it comes to creating policy, Page 8
  • OPINION: Why Trump, Carson won’t make America great, Page 8
  • WOMEN’S X-C: Kimball leads ‘Cat pack at New Englands, Page 9
  • MEN’S X-C: Men 22nd at New Englands, Page 9
  • VOLLEYBALL: UNH continues to roll through America East play, Page 10
  • VOLLEYBALL: Wildcats win conference matchup but drop decision to No. 10 Boston College, Page 10
  • WOMEN’S SOCCER: UNH wins “Think Pink” game, loses on road, Page 11
  • WOMEN’S HOCKEY: ‘Cats outmuscled at home, Page 11
  • MEN’S SOCCER: Back on track: Soccer rebounds from first loss with win at home against Stony Brook, Page 12
  • MEN’S HOCKEY: Wildcats open with a win, Page 12

Publication Date

10-12-2015

Document Type

News Article

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