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  • About The New Hampshire

    The New Hampshire (TNH) is the University of New Hampshire's only student-run newspaper. It is published every week on Tuesdays and Fridays throughout the academic year and has a print circulation of approximately 5,000. It's office is located in room 156 of the Memorial Union Building (pictured to the left). Click here for editorial and advertising contact information.

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Advertising Rate Card: Fall 2012-Spring 2013

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News

  • Cricket infestation bugs Devine residents

      There are many things students can expect to see in their room when they return from class or a meal. Three hundred crickets probably isn’t one of them. On Jan. 29, an estimated 200 to 300 crickets, which were supposed to be food for a pet bearded dragon, found a way out of their box and spread out over the entire second floor and parts of the first floor of Devine Hall.

  • The coffee, the cause, and the Freedom Café

    It was more than they were expecting; everyone had a mug in hand, and the room roared to life with laughter and acoustic music. The Freedom Cafe has become a success in the making as of last Wednesday night when its “Perform for Freedom” open-mic night marked the grand opening of the coffeehouse.

Sports

  • UNH settles for even with Providence

      The UNH men’s hockey team skated to a 3-3 tie against Providence on Sunday at the Whittemore Center. UNH’s record improved to 16-7-3 (11-6-2 in Hockey East, in second place with 24 points), while the Friars (10-10-6, 8-6-5) jumped to third place in a tie with Merrimack with 22 points.

Opinion

  • From the Right: On Socialism: We’ve read your silly theories, we still aren’t interested

    What is socialism? This seems a silly question now. The Soviet Union was dead and buried before most students on this campus were born, the Berlin Wall has been rubble for two decades, and the greatest generation smashed the Nazi war machine when our grandparents were but a twinkle in their collective eye. 6 comments

  • Editorial: Finally ready to talk

    In the letters to the editor section of this issue (page 17), University of New Hampshire President Mark Huddleston announced a University Dialogue on March 4 concerning the issue of divestment. The Student Environmental Action Coalition presented Huddleston with a 1,000-signature petition back in November urging the university to divest its endowment from fossil fuel companies.

Arts

  • ‘The Campaign’ is another cult hit

    “The Campaign” may be another cult classic. Every time I see a Will Ferrell movie, I always come away unimpressed. I hear the hype, I hear how funny all of his films are, and then I see them and I think “meh.” But the beauty about Will Ferrell movies is that they get better with more viewings.

  • Food

    The Geography of Food: Exploring Cuisine and Culture

    In the midst of registering for classes, students are always looking for an interesting course to go along with all of the regular, required ones. Next semester, UNH is offering a very unique class involving geography, and every college student’s favorite subject — food.