Abstract

  • Indonesia Night: Th e United Asian Coalition brings cultural tradition to the Granite State Room, Page 1
  • Student Senate Update: Resolution to end lounges for residential purposes passed, Page 1
  • Flash flood soaks campus Friday night, Page 1
  • Farm Jam rocks the organic garden, Page 1
  • Health Services provides free flu shots, Page 1
  • Pepper spray unknowingly illegal on UNH campus, Page 4
  • UNH students compete in a data-analytics competition, Page 5
  • An inside look at a student competitor’s Hackathon experience, Page 5
  • Jessie Doe Hall hosts 24th annual Haunted House, Page 5
  • Sigma Alpha Epsilon fundraises and donates to Operation Warm, Page 6
  • Suspicious box left in NH Walmart cart, Page 6
  • Two Separate car crashes result in death, Page 6
  • Rochester man overdoses on drug and dies, Page 6
  • MUSO puts sex myths to bed with lecture, Page 7
  • UNH scientists discover massive black hole, Page 8
  • Up close and personal with Durham Fire Chief Corey Landry, Page 8
  • Search continues for NH teen who may have fallen down storm drain, Page 9
  • Protester wearing Clinton mask arrested for assaulting motorist, Page 9
  • CAB’s popular bingo night series continues with Halloween theme, Page 11
  • Car enthusiasts come together at UNH Car Club meet, Page 12
  • Opinion: From the Editor’s Desk, The importance of cultural awareness, Page 13
  • Opinion: Problems of Our Own, Page 14
  • Letter to the Editor: A letter to all people who respect women, Page 14
  • Reusable bottles become trendy on the UNH campus, Page 15
  • FIELD HOCKEY: UNH defends Memorial Field, Page 18
  • VOLLEYBALL: ‘Cats sweep Northeast road trip, Page 18
  • WOMEN’S SOCCER: Wildcats clinch playoff berth, go winless on the weekend, Page 18
  • MEN’S HOCKEY: ‘Cats remain winless at Whittemore Center, Page 19
  • WOMEN’S HOCKEY: Schlagel, Curtis score in losing efforts to No. 8 Clarkson, Page 19
  • MEN’S SOCCER: Undefeated no more: Wildcats hand No. 14 River Hawks their first loss of 2016, Page 20
  • CROSS-COUNTRY: ‘Cats crack top 10 in CCSU mini meet, Page 20
  • FOOTBALL: Defensive scores pace Wildcats past Tigers, Page 20

Publication Date

10-24-2016

Document Type

News Article

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