• Hamilton Smith face-lift: One of UNH’s most historic buildings takes its rst steps into the 21st century, Page 1
  • Geospatial crime map newly introduced to the Durham area, Page 1
  • 2016 commencement speaker announced, Page 1
  • Snow severity takes Clement by surprise, Page 1
  • Durham’s Town & Campus feeling pressure from dominant online retailers, Page 4
  • Man with Alzheimer’s attacks, kills 82-year old woman in nursing home last week, Page 4
  • UNH to welcome a new sorority in the fall, Page 4
  • Veteran film ‘Darkness and Light’ shown to UNH community, Page 5
  • Bingo! NH bill would allow adults to join children’s games, Page 5
  • Northern New England seeing shorter, less muddy mud season, Page 5
  • FBI seize over 50 pieces of computer equipment over weekend from radio host’s home, Page 5
  • You’ve got mail: GSS renovations coming end of May, Page 6
  • Vendors set up shop in Union Court for ‘Mini Food Show’, Page 6
  • The NH House backs bill removing penalties for having dirty needles, Page 6
  • UNH researchers help farmers meet high demand of spinach during cold winter months, Page 7
  • Environmentalists, fishermen question new cod fishing rules, Page 7
  • Colleges across the country facing legal backlash from men accused of sex crimes, Page 7
  • Prosecutor: No prison for NY officer in shooting, Page 8
  • Man who predicted space shuttle Challenger disaster dies, Page 8
  • Ohio boy shaken as a baby dies after 12 years on life support, Page 8
  • 400 years of Shakespeare celebrated in Durham and beyond, Page 9
  • English Department Writing Awards and Scholarships, Page 9
  • TNH Test Kitchen: Five Minute Dorm Dip, Page 11
  • Brussels airport attack is 2nd major bombing for Utah teen, Page 13
  • Lawmakers move to prevent Charlotte ordinance statewide, Page 13
  • Drive a bit over the limit? N. Carolina says obey the posted speed limit, Page 13
  • Defiance mingles with fear in Belgian capital after attacks, Page 14
  • 48 more bikers indicted in Waco shootout, Page 14
  • Wife of famed pianist pleads not guilty in daughters’ deaths, Page 14
  • Obama, Castro lay bare tensions on embargo, human rights, Page 15
  • UN to try new drones to transport HIV tests, Page 15
  • Swedish university fires stem cell scientist, Page 15
  • OPINION: From one senior to another, I strongly encourage you to consider a ending the commencement ceremony, Page 16
  • OPINION: ‘School Hard’, Page 17
  • OPINION: Obama’s swing and a miss, Page 17
  • OPINION: On Instructor Evaluations, Page 17
  • Breaking down the Adam LaRoche saga, Page 18
  • 3 student-athletes receive UNH Student Awards, Page 18
  • TRACK AND FIELD: UNH gearing up for spring season, Page 19
  • VOLLEYBALL: Wildcats begin tall task of title defense, Page 19
  • GYMNASTICS: Welcome to the Big House, Page 20
  • MEN’S BASKETBALL: ‘Cats already eyeing next season, Page 20

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