Abstract

  • UNH applications top 20,000 for upcoming 2016-2017 academic year, Page 1
  • Students rally against domestic violence, Page 1
  • Hospitality Management students host brunch to end gourmet dining series, Page 1
  • Wildcat Fueling Station offers healthy snacks to athletes, Page 4
  • Paul College Palooza showcases students’ semester projects, Page 5
  • A taste of wine knowledge at Paul College, Page 6
  • Looks like a good year for the turkey hunt, Page 6
  • NH Fish and Game hosts annual festival, Page 6
  • Sustainability now a dual major, Page 7
  • Annual Campaign underway to help end hunger, Page 7
  • Arson dog training program HQ moving to NH, Page 7
  • Missionary injured in attack returns to U.S., Page 8
  • A bust hits the Oil Patch as rest of nation enjoys cheap gas, Page 9
  • Firefighters’ shooter released from custody, Page 9
  • Chicago union says clock has started toward teachers’ strike, Page 9
  • Changes at Texas jail where Bland died difficult to attain, Page 10
  • Thousands of voters register to wrong party, Page 10
  • State proposals on LGBT rights push business into spotlight, Page 11
  • Student group calls University seal offensive, Page 11
  • OPINION: Keep on Keepin’ on, Page 12
  • OPINION: Problematic Pronunciation, Page 13
  • WOMEN’S LACROSSE: ‘Cats struggle vs. Seawolves, Page 15
  • VOLLEYBALL: Welcome to Wildcat country, Page 16
  • TRACK AND FIELD: Purrier, ‘Cats strong in weekend meets, Page 16

Publication Date

4-18-2016

Document Type

News Article

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