Abstract

  • UNH admin, faculty discuss controversial payments, Page 1
  • Candidates on campus: From the Left, Martin O’Malley talks economy, Page 1
  • Candidates on campus: From the Right, Rand Paul discusses civil liberties, Page 1
  • Elect Her — Campus Women Win campaign to touch down at UNH, Page 4
  • Bush gets louder, more colorful in campaign revamp as he visits the granite state, Page 4
  • 18-year-old caught speeding, was late to class, Page 4
  • UNH research field day showcases cows and silvopastures, Page 5
  • Bicyclist killed on CO street was Iraq War veteran, Page 6
  • Cheshire Medical Center to pay $200K in alleged hazardous waste disposal case, Page 7
  • Shaheen and CT senator want VA to use NPR database on mustard gas exposure, Page 7
  • What’s on Wednesday? International Excitement, Page 8
  • An inside look at the life of a music major at UNH, Page 8
  • TNH Test Kitchen’s One Dish Wonder: Sautéed Kale and Butternut Squash over Quinoa, Page 10
  • OPINION: Cultural Connections ‘International Education Week’ provides the ethnically homogenous UNH student body with worldly context, Page 11
  • OPINION: Losing sight of what really matters, Page 12
  • OPINION: Billboard and pop, Page 12
  • Rick Pitino: If he didn’t know, he should have, Page 13
  • Hockey Preview: UNH at Michigan State, Page 14
  • Wildcat Gameday: UNH vs. No. 5 Delaware, Page 15
  • FIELD HOCKEY: Trading places, Page 16
  • SPOTLIGHT: No place like Durham, Page 16
  • MEN’S SOCCER: Regular season wrap up, Page 16

Publication Date

11-5-2015

Document Type

News Article

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