Abstract

  • Warren visits UNH and encourages Democratic votes, Page 1
  • Annual social innovation challenge gains momentum, Page 1
  • Larger stadium projected to please Homecoming crowd, Page 1
  • Student Senate Update: Student senate speaker of the house resigns, members added to SAFC, Page 1
  • Fraternity hopes to find stolen pit bikes, Page 4
  • Illinois shooting leaves innocent man dead, more injured, Page 4
  • Remembering Murray Straus: A memorial tribute, Page 5
  • Semester in the City program has students living and learning in Boston, Page 6
  • Chemistry fraternity bewitches girl scouts with science, Page 7
  • Farm to You NH hosts annual Harvest Day, Page 8
  • Writers Series brings genres together, Page 9
  • Asian stinkbug in Portsmouth, Page 9
  • Clinton plans visit to New Hampshire, Page 9
  • Gun and drugs found at manchester school, Page 9
  • State house’s 200th birthday, Page 9
  • National Guard “Iron Chef” competitions, Page 9
  • Fallen firefighters memorial in New Hampshire marks decade, Page 9
  • Claremont man dies after shooting involving police, Page 9
  • No need to feel Rushed: Fraternities and sororities emphasize the importance of campus involvement, Page 10
  • Opinion: Millenials making history, Page 11
  • Letters to the Editor: ‘True representation’, Page 12
  • Letters to the Editor: ‘Exactly what our school needs’, Page 12
  • Letters to the Editor: ‘Building a higher standard’, Page 12
  • MEN’S SOCCER: Arling’s two goals lift ‘Cats past Bulldogs, Page 14
  • FIELD HOCKEY: Wildcats fall to Huskies, turn focus to conference play, Page 14
  • WOMEN’S HOCKEY: UNH wins exhibition, prepares for 2016-17 season, Page 15
  • WOMEN’S SOCCER: Hot start: Wildcats put on offensive show in first conference win, Page 16
  • FOOTBALL: Road win brings ‘Cats back to .500, Page 16
  • CROSS-COUNTRY: Giese goes back-to-back in Maine meet, Page 16

Publication Date

9-26-2016

Document Type

News Article

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