Wildcats survive Maine and earn playoff bid

In their locker room sitting around a silver big-screen television, the University of New Hampshire's football team erupted yesterday as they officially made it into the I-AA playoffs and will play on the road against Hampton University next Saturday. There were no guarantees for UNH as the players were armed in their UNH football grey t-shirts, which had the words "No one but us" on the back.

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There's a riot going on

Just yesterday, New York Congressman Charles Rangel called for the re-instatement of the draft as he made his way around the political talk show circuit throughout the day. Rangel, aware of the potential political fallout of a possible draft, still raised the issue and raised many eyebrows as well.

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Remodeled UNH Bookstore set to re-open next week

Nov. 29 through Dec. 1, the Durham Campus Bookstore located in the MUB will re-open its doors to reveal a brand new look. Since Oct. 30, major renovations have been underway at the bookstore, including installation of new flooring and light fixtures, the destruction of an office to provide for more retail space, and the reorientation of books and supplies.

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Report on incidents of hate and bias on the UNH Campus

To the Editor: In the Nov. 17, 2006 edition of TNH, President Newman wrote that we all share a responsibility to promote a safe and welcoming community. One such initiative in this effort is the Bias Response Protocol. Currently in draft form, it defines severity levels of bias and hate incidents that will guide communication decisions to stakeholder groups and the university community at large.

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New 007 shakes up franchise

After a five-year hiatus, he's back - and with a little more muscle. James Bond, the world's favorite international playboy and world-renowned British agent, has returned to the screen in "Casino Royale," a globe trotting mystery featuring the new 007, Daniel Craig.

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Student Senate resolution tackles housing crunch

Student Senate resolution tackles housing crunch

Last night, the Student Senate discussed resolutions for the housing crunch at UNH. With the uncertainty of the incoming class size, the largest class ever on campus now, and the guarantee for four semesters of housing, the Senate explored two options. One was a lottery for rising seniors and juniors and the other was to build up Mills, the Woodsides and the Gables.


Wildcats too much to handle for Huskies

Coach Brian McCloskey didn't think that the No. 3 UNH women's hockey team played to the best of their ability this weekend. Northeastern goalie Sarah Belliveau might disagree. Belliveau allowed 12 goals in two games this weekend, as the Wildcats swept their weekend series against the Huskies at the Whittemore Center, winning 7-2 on Friday evening and 5-1 on Saturday afternoon.


Question what the Pro-Life side tells you

To the Editor: I am writing in response to the ad placed by Students for Life and the Young Americans Foundation in the Friday, Nov. 17 issue of TNH that depicts Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood, with a speech bubble quoting her plans to "exterminate the Negro population.

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