• 12 UNH students criminally charged in ongoing investigation, Page 1
  • Production budget for a cappella group ‘Not Too Sharp’ appealed, Page 1
  • Durham welcomes Thai street noodle and Asian fusion restaurant, Page 1
  • PCAC elevator temporarily suspended from renovation project, Page 1
  • UNH students put their best foot forward in efforts to network at career fair, Page 4
  • TNH alumni series, Page 5
  • UNH students speak out about disabilities, Page 6
  • Colorado steps to allow marijuana clubs, Page 6
  • Rodney Dangerfield mural faces criticism, Page 6
  • Alpha Loft’s Founders Series comes to Durham, Page 7
  • UNH gets big donation from Peter Beck, Page 7
  • Brady Sullivan pays EPA lead paint fine, Page 7
  • Association for the Blind is renamed, Page 7
  • MUSO hosts feminist poet as part of UNH Feminism Week, Page 8
  • REVIEW: Oedipus at Colonus, Page 8
  • 10 things to do when you’re stuck in Durham over Spring Break, Page 9
  • Opinion: What is ‘SAFC’ anyway?, Page 11
  • Opinion: Grotesquely Optimistic, Page 12
  • Opinion: ‘A clear violation of our principles’, Page 12
  • The Bruins are back: the black and gold are headed in the right direction, Page 13
  • Women’s basketball preview: UNH vs. Stony Brook University, Page 14
  • GYMNASTICS: Pflieger leads ‘Cats to second place finish in Maryland, Page 14
  • WOMEN’S LACROSSE: Crusaders come from behind for overtime victory over Wildcats, Page 14
  • Playoff Preview: UNH vs. Merrimack College, Page 15
  • MEN’S BASKETBALL: Burlington bound: ‘Cats win rubber match with UMBC to advance to semis, Page 16

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