Abstract

  • Supporting Paris, Page 1
  • ‘3, 2, 1 Battleship!’ UNH students team up and try to sink each other in the Swasey Pool, Page 1
  • Students march for divestment, Page 1
  • New Center for Social Innovation to open, Page 4
  • Airport sta placed on heightened alert, Page 4
  • Surfing contest to be held in indoors in NH, Page 4
  • Man arrested in 3 robberies in Manchester, Page 4
  • OMSA gives bi-weekly ‘Say What’ series talk regarding mental health illness, Page 5
  • Dog’s death sparks lobbying for gun control, bans, Page 5
  • Cops: Man gave fatal drug dose to calm girl upset about beau, Page 6
  • Coast Guard: Maine foghorns to be radio activated by May, Page 6
  • Missouri student president: School has racism, also unity, Page 6
  • Black leaders in Virginia seek answers to questions over police custody death case, Page 6
  • Names, details of more victims emerge from Paris attacks, Page 7
  • New Hampshire Divison of Children, Youth, and Families examines proposed records changes, Page 7
  • Police stop self-driving car for going too slowly, Page 7
  • Last convict in mass school bus kidnapping in Cali seeks parole, Page 10
  • Tour-bus crash leaves 4 in critical condition, Page 10
  • OPINION: Symmetrical sympathy: Terrorist a acks in Beirut and France have garnered responses on Facebook, turning support into a competition, Page 11
  • OPINION: ‘Netflix and chill?' Analyzing a modern dating trend, Page 12
  • OPINION: The importance of using compassionate language, Page 12
  • VOLLEYBALL: ‘Cats coming home for America East Championships, Page 13
  • MEN’S HOCKEY: UNH ties Merrimack in road scrum, Page 14
  • WOMEN’S HOCKEY: Eagles soar past ‘Cats in doubleheader, Page 14
  • WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: UNH charges past Colby-Sawyer, Page 15
  • FOOTBALL: Playoff hopes still alive, Page 16
  • MEN’S BASKETBALL: Leissner, ‘Cats gash Lyndon State, Page 16

Publication Date

11-16-2015

Document Type

News Article

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