Abstract

  • Fresh Check Day spreads awareness, Page 1
  • Boys in ballet, Page 1
  • Student Org Expo reverses traditional career fair roles, Page 1
  • A look inside a meeting of the Socratic Society, Page 4
  • Open enrollment begins Sunday under federal health care law, Page 4
  • Lab needed to process Pease blood tests, Page 4
  • Sanders goes trick-or-treating in Lebanon, Page 4
  • Welcoming international students through traditional fall celebrations, Page 5
  • Woman dies in rollover crash in Windham, Page 5
  • Parked cruiser hit on Interstate 93 north, Page 5
  • NH companies receive job training grants, Page 5
  • Prominent New England Women gather in support of ‘Elect Her’ leadership campaign, Page 6
  • Police: Medical issue may have caused deadly Halloween crash, Page 6
  • Concealed carry licensee vs. a store robber, Page 7
  • Research professor Cameron Wake discusses glaciers, politics and climate change, Page 8
  • YoUNH: Humans of Durham, Page 9
  • OPINION: A Questionable Call: The Wesleyan student government cut funding to its school paper, and some say it’s an act of censorship, Page 10
  • OPINION: The college commodity: An analysis of the current state of the college market and why demand for a degree will decrease, Page 11
  • FIELD HOCKEY: Maine ruins Senior Day, Page 12
  • VOLLEYBALL: Win streak ends, Page 12
  • WOMEN’S SOCCER: ‘Cats fall prey to Black Bears, Page 12
  • CROSS-COUNTRY: Gagnon leads men to 7th place finish, Page 13
  • WOMEN’S HOCKEY: UNH gets first win in weekend split, Page 14
  • MEN’S SOCCER: Wildcats edge Hartford Hawks in double OT Thriller, Page 15
  • MEN’S HOCKEY: Poturalski scores 2 in winning effort against Merrimack, Page 15
  • CROSS-COUNTRY: Women’s team completes three-peat, Page 16
  • FOOTBALL: Dungeon drama, Page 16
  • SWIMMING & DIVING: Late surge li s ‘Cats, Page 16

Publication Date

11-2-2015

Document Type

News Article

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