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Controversial hockey cheers under scrutiny

"Gimme an 'O!'"

Over the past week, UNH Athletic Director Marty Scarano received a number of complaints due to the "inappropriate cheers" at last weekend's men's hockey games against Maine. This is not anything new for Scarano, but the cheers shouted by the student section reverberated clearly throughout the Whittemore Center, and not everyone liked what they heard.


Student Senate seeks to ban Red Cross

Friendly greeters welcomed donors as they approached the Granite State Room during the American Red Cross blood drive this past week. Students got in line, read the donor guidelines and headed in to give the gift that saves lives. Those who were first-time donors even got stickers to show all their friends.

UNH not in compliance with Clery Act

The University of New Hampshire has complied with portions of the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act), sending the campus crime stats to the Federal government. However, the University has not complied with regulations requiring notification of students, staff members and prospective students/staff members (campus community) of the University's annual security report.


Boarders potentially banned from fraternities

Living in Durham and in the UNH area in general has never been easy. High rents and the lack of available dorms and university apartments make going to school and having a place to call home difficult.

That situation is not going to get much better, as another option students have for living in Durham is now in question.

High school graduates welcome raised expectations

Going to college or out into the work place can be an overwhelming and stressful experience, one that many public high school graduates say they aren't prepared for because of the lack of basic skills.

According to the survey done by Achieve Inc. as many as 40 percent of high school graduates are not prepared for their future endeavors whether it is within the realm of academia or out in the workforce.


UNH rings in the Year of the Rooster

Member from Calvin Chin´s Martial Arts Academy from Newton, Mass performs stick fighting skills
The room falls silent and we watch in anticipation as the blue and silver lion sleepily raises and lowers its bowed head. Then, with the low rumble of drums, the sleeping lion begins to stir. Once on all fours, it weaves and stumbles, kicks and dances, pounces and retreats, all to the hollow, hypnotic banging of the drums.

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