• Student accused of stabbing waives arraignment, Page 1
  • UNH manufacturing center receives $5.3 million donation, Page 1
  • Student Senate deems all single-stall bathrooms gender inclusive, Page 1
  • Course evaluations; how do they work, and do they matter?, Page 4
  • Kenneth Fuld’s retirement as COLA Dean, Page 4
  • House passes Medicaid reauthorization, Page 4
  • William Cane points out ‘bombardment of sex’ seen in ads, Page 5
  • New Hampshire won’t make it illegal for women to show their breasts in public, Page 5
  • 75-year-old oil pipeline shuts down, Page 5
  • UNH student not voted into Town Council, Page 5
  • Mourners pay respect for former first lady Nancy Reagan, Page 7
  • Pennsylvania court reviews law on local gun-control measures, Page 7
  • Bisexual man is convicted of hate crime for killing gay man, Page 7
  • Tests linked to Simpson estate to take weeks, Page 8
  • ‘Pawn Stars’ figure jailed on various charges, Page 8
  • Creativity in Context: Sculpture students install pieces around campus, Page 9
  • Historic Dover theater finds new life as the Strand Ballroom, Page 9
  • Undergraduate Prize Plays back for 4th year running, Page 10
  • TNH Test Kitchen: Healthy St Patrick’s Day Snacks, Page 11
  • From the Easel: Re-Grow Your Groceries, Page 12
  • Yellowstone bison sent to slaughter as park trims herd, Page 13
  • Lawmakers in may repeal the death penalty, Page 13
  • Detention order for slaying suspect sent to wrong place, Page 13
  • Student slain in Israel was exploring life after the Army, Page 14
  • South Carolina on cusp of having tougher abortion law, Page 14
  • ‘Weedman’ says closing pot temple violates religious freedom, Page 14
  • US stocks post slight gains, led by oil and gas companies, Page 15
  • Man tied to Idaho pastor’s shooting arrested at White House, Page 15
  • US Sailor killed at Pearl Harbor, now identified, gets funeral, Page 15
  • OPINION: Breaking down break: Using spring break to your full academic advantage, Page 16
  • CLUB SPORTS: Spring (training) break: Men’s and women’s rowing will travel to Georgia over spring break to prep for its spring schedule, Page 17
  • LACROSSE: Wildcats gearing up for road trip, Page 18
  • Wildcats fall in America East Semifinal round at Vermont, Page 19
  • MEN’S HOCKEY: Poturalski inks pro deal with Carolina, Page 20
  • GYMNASTICS: Doolin it all, Page 20
  • TRACK & FIELD: Piazza, Purrier headed to NCAAs, Page 20

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