• University discredits two student work programs, Page 1
  • State legislation prohibiting out-of-state voting pending, Page 1
  • 10th annual Carnaval celebrates Latinx culture, Page 1
  • Student Senate: Update Petition process for elected positions reopened, Page 1
  • ‘The Vagina Monologues’ brings women’s issues to the stage, Page 1
  • UNH students lined up for free haircuts, Page 4
  • Man charged with death of his daughter, Page 4
  • New additions to state historic register, Page 4
  • $90K in grants available to travel groups, Page 4
  • Senate passes bill limiting junk food, Page 4
  • Man pleads guilty to cocaine charge, Page 4
  • On the SPOT with Dylan Thomson, Page 5
  • Outdoor businesses look to UNH for summer workers, Page 6
  • Jewish Cemetery in Philadelphia vandalized, Page 6
  • Writers Series welcomes Andre Dubus III, Page 7
  • Campaign to sends UNH students to Washington to defend rights, Page 7
  • Thorny skate will not be listed on Endangered Species Act, Page 7
  • UNH IT to release spam preventing application, Page 8
  • Opinion: Our state, our vote, our home, Page 11
  • Opinion: Oscars Outlook, Page 12
  • WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Pogue shines as UNH finishes off 15-1 conference season, Page 14
  • GYMNASTICS: ‘Cats extend Lundholm winning streak, Page 14
  • ‘Cats ski to fourth-place finish at EISA championships, Page 14
  • Baykova earns NCAA-B cut in Georgia Invitational, Page 14
  • MEN’S HOCKEY: Déja` vu: ‘Cats choke in the clutch, will face Merrimack, Page 15
  • WOMEN’S LACROSSE: Huskies extend UNH’s losing streak to three, Page 15
  • MEN’S BASKETBALL: Double OT drama: ‘Cats clinch home seed with win over UMBC, Page 16
  • WOMEN’S HOCKEY: Season ends at BU, Page 16
  • TRACK AND FIELD: Records broken in Boston, Page 16

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