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TKE

TKE reinstated as recognized fraternity

Move comes just six months after suspension

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Eli Young Band

Whitt goes country for Eli Young Band

The Whittemore Center Arena was a sea of cowboy hats and boots, plaid button-down shirts, and daisy duke shorts on Wednesday night. Full story

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football

McNally signs with Redskins

Former UNH defensive end Brian McNally sat in anticipation as he watched one round after another of the NFL draft pass before him. Full story

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News

Awareness and prevention key to decreasing sports concussions

  This story was produced as part of “Sustainable Stories,” a reporting project by newswriting students in the UNH Journalism Program. You can find more from the project at sustainu.org.  On a brisk, overcast afternoon in September 2010, the UNH football team lost to the Rhode Island Rams, 28-25.

Adjusting to campus life after combat

  This story was produced as part of “Sustainable Stories,” a reporting project by newswriting students in the UNH Journalism Program. You can find more from the project at sustainu.org.  While his fraternity brothers were partying on campus at the University of New Hampshire, Kyle Merrill was on the front lines of a war a world away.

Sports

TNH's Annual Wildcat Sports Award

Team of the Year Field Hockey For the second year in a row, the UNH field hockey team will be able to lay claim to the title of UNH’s team of the year. And much like last year, this year’s squad is no less deserving than last years’ team. The Wildcats kicked off the season with an excellent start in August and September, winning their first eight games.

Opinion

Editorial: The year that was at UNH

  Another year is in the books at UNH and, once again, it seems like it went by way too fast. Maybe that’s just the way it works when you’re trying to keep up with the news; by the time you catch up to one story, the next one blind sides you and you’re off chasing it.

Column:Ignorance is Bliss?

  Amidst all the celebration centered on “social justice” at the University of New Hampshire, it seems to me as though something is being overlooked. But what, you might ask, could be more valuable on our campus than the success of this ideal? Some would be very comfortable in replying that there is nothing so important. 7 comments

Arts

For UNH alum, “eco-art” creates real bond to the world

  This story was produced as part of “Sustainable Stories,” a reporting project by newswriting students in the UNH Journalism Program. You can find more from the project at sustainu.org.   Tim Gaudreau builds “green furniture” - literally. He creates couches from grass and dirt.

Avengers

The movies to see before “The Avengers”

With the release of “The Avengers” just two weeks away, I thought I’d write up a guide on how to mentally prepare yourself to see this movie.  From the response so far, this will not be one to miss, so start getting excited and follow this list of movies to see before you see “The Avengers” which opens on May 4.