• Granite Guarantee to cover full tuition of 285 students, Page 1
  • Outdoor Adventures hosts annual bouldering competition, Page 1
  • UNH senior explores complicated questions surrounding Hong Kong, Page 1
  • Student Senate update: Not Too Sharp album goes back to SAFC, resolutions on voting rights and Grand Chapter passed, Page 1
  • On the SPOT with senior musical theatre major Taylor Morrow, Page 1
  • UNH alumna couples writing and fitness into career, Page 4
  • Gun rights activists rally in Concord, Page 4
  • Reality show ‘North Woods Law’ debuts, Page 4
  • Professor gets fellowship for Belize, Page 4
  • High School film festival seeks entries, Page 4
  • NH Lawmakers debating bill on opiods, Page 4
  • UNH spreads self-love and education through Eating Concerns Awareness Week, Page 5
  • Business owner Johnny Cupcakes sprinkles UNH students with entrepreneurial lessons, Page 5
  • Muslim Student Association presents talk on the refugee crisis, Page 6
  • Northeast Passage Wildcats compete in Exeter sled hockey tournament, Page 6
  • Dimond Library celebrates diversity, promotes inclusion, Page 7
  • Syndicon 4 attracts gaming fans from all around, Page 8
  • Teenager falls into LA River, drowns, Page 8
  • Pence criticizes Associated Press, Page 8
  • Lawmaker criticized for Muslim comments, Page 9
  • Twin sisters freeze outside of home, Page 9
  • TV star accused of sexual assault, Page 9
  • Opinion: Cultural boundaries, Page 11
  • Opinion: Shaking the Stigma, Page 12
  • GYMNASTICS: Seniors lead way to victory in Lundholm fi nale, Page 15
  • TRACK AND FIELD: DMR team highlights weekend meets, Page 15
  • WOMEN’S LACROSSE: Wildcats remain winless, Page 15
  • MEN’S HOCKEY: The prowl continues UNH overcomes 1-0 deficit and advances to quarterfinal round, Page 16
  • WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Title drive roadblocked by Black Bears, Page 16

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