Abstract

  • Students roll into Kygo, Page 1
  • Fierce and Fabulous, Page 1
  • Student body leaders discuss goals, Page 1
  • Professor W. Jeffrey Bolster receives Lindberg Award, Page 4
  • State to continue paying ‘drug czar’ when grant funding ends, Page 4
  • UNH takes a look at India’s biggest festival: the Durga Puja, Page 6
  • Pumpkin fest aims for jack-o-lantern mark, Page 7
  • 1 dead, and 1 seriously injured in car crash, Page 7
  • 2 Massachusetts hikers rescued on mountain, Page 7
  • Offcials host summit on coastal flooding, Page 7
  • Interpretive dance class held as part of Sextober at UNH, Page 8
  • YoUNH: Humans of Durham, Page 9
  • Couple who sued Kentucky clerk Kim Davis marries, Page 10
  • Texas spared destruction from Hurricane Patricia’s remnants, Page 10
  • Police name adult victims in Oklahoma State homecoming crash, Page 10
  • OPINION: A truce on technology, the students’ side of using sophisticated technology in the classroom and why compromise is reasonable, Page 11
  • OPINION: Bus route blues, why Wildcat Transit needs to extend services, Page 12
  • OPINION: Not all who wander…, Page 12
  • VOLLEYBALL: ‘Cats claw through scrappy Hawks, Page 13
  • MEN’S HOCKEY: Offense propels UNH, Page 13
  • FIELD HOCKEY: Controversial call cuts ‘Cats, Page 13
  • CROSS-COUNTRY: Tuning up, Wildcats good for 10th at Mini Meet, Page 14
  • SWIMMING & DIVING: Driscoll’s gutsy performance impresses in loss to Northeastern, Page 15
  • WOMEN’S HOCKEY: Wildcats lose a pair at No. 4 Clarkson, Page 15
  • WOMEN’S SOCCER: Wildcats drop to No. 5 seed, Page 15
  • FOOTBALL: ‘Cats downed in Delaware, UNH’s loss leaves the team’s playo hopes in question, Page 16

Publication Date

10-26-2015

Document Type

News Article

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