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Students march for divestment at UNH

December 8, 2015

By Elizabeth Haas Staff Writer Seventeen students chanted as they marched from MUB 203, through Union Court, past the MUB Ticket Office, across the MUB courtyard and onto Thompson Hall Lawn, stopping in...

SEAC continues divestment campaign with documentary screening

Bret Belden February 26, 2015

By Miranda Wilder, Staff Writer Student activism at its finest, University of New Hampshire students gathered at the Freedom Café Tuesday evening to watch the documentary “The Last Mountain,” determined...

Audience questions divestment, buildings, transit system

Bret Belden February 19, 2015

By Phoebe McPherson, Managing Editor On Tuesday, University of New Hampshire President Mark Huddleston ended his State of the University address early for the first time. With an extra 40 minutes, he...

SEAC revives divestment campaign

Bret Belden February 12, 2015

By Elizabeth Haas, Contributing Writer Sophomore Maitland Ianiri put it simply when he said, “I don’t support the university investing in climate change.” Ianiri and other UNH students from the Student...

Elizabeth Warren Rally in Durham

Elizabeth Warren Rally in Durham

Hannah Donahue April 18, 2019

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) put both her presidential promises and personal stories on display for a packed house of over 100 students and community members during an April 12 rally at the Waysmeet Center...

Letter to the Editor: ‘Exactly what our school needs’

Bret Belden September 26, 2016

‘Exactly what our school needs’ Let’s talk about how UNH spends its money. Recently, our university has come under national scrutiny for its $1,000,000 scoreboard and $17,000 table. This is an embarrassment...

Students stand against ‘Citizens United’

Bret Belden April 11, 2016

On Sunday, after a 140 mile, 9-day trek from the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia to Washington D.C., a group of hundreds of activists arrived at D.C.’s Union Station. Their sights were set on Capitol Hill...

Rand Paul discusses civil liberties

December 7, 2015

By Sam Rabuck Executive Editor Presidential candidate and Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul spoke to a crowd of about 200 in the MUB’s Strafford Room Monday morning. The republican got right down to business...

Sen. Rand Paul discusses civil liberties at UNH

November 5, 2015

By Sam Rabuck Executive Editor Presidential candidate and Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul spoke to a crowd of about 200 in the MUB’s Strafford Room Monday morning. The republican got right down to business...

Solarfest hits Boulder Field

April 27, 2015

By Raoul Biron STAFF WRITER A community that advocates for a damaged environment may sound grim, but as stress levels and quiet rooms in the library reach capacity, the Student Environmental Action Coalition...

SEAC hosts Earthfest with intent to bring climate change awareness to the UNH campus

Bret Belden April 27, 2015

By Mark Kobzik Staff writer As climate change remains a prominent issue, the student environmental action coalition seeks to bring attention to the cause with a four-day Earthfest. The Earthfest began...

‘Solarfest’ returns to Boulder Field in late April

Bret Belden April 7, 2015

By M. J. Proulx, Contributing Writer April is said to bring showers that lead to May flowers, but it also brings a whole lot more. On April 26, The Student Environmental Action Coalition (SEAC) will...

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