Vagina. Vagina, vagina, vagina! This is the week to talk about vaginas, listen to vaginas and think about vaginas. All this discussion about vaginas isn't just for fun, though. For the fourth year in a row, Students Advocating for Gender Equality (SAGE) is putting on the "Vagina Monologues" in support of V-Day.
The vandal found in Randall Hall, Thomas Emanuel, once worked on special military projects at Raytheon, graduated in the top 10 in his high school class and earned a PhD. Things changed drastically for Emanuel, who once covered himself in feces in Laconia, so no one would bring him to court.
The UNH gym is crowded with hundreds of people, grunting, sweating and lifting. They are using the machines and lying on the mats on the floor, some with sweat towels, and others with nothing. Every day, crowds of people use the cardiovascular machines, free weights and strengthening machines.
Some college students get a vaccine for meningitis before coming to the University. What some don't know is that the vaccine cannot be as effective three to five years later. At least, that used to be the case.
Student Senate members twirled nervously in orange plastic seats in McConnel Hall Sunday night, waiting for their 17th meeting of the year to commence. Four different required student fees were presented and discussed. All four were raised.
Sunday night saw a 4 percent raise in fees for the MUB, Counseling Center and Campus Recreation, which passed with little controversy.
It was an a cappella-fest this past Sunday night that not only brought entertainment to Durham, but also benefited tsunami victims with donations made by the attendees.
A cappella groups Not Too Sharp, The New Hampshire Gentlemen, Maiden Harmony and Alabaster Blue united together for a benefit concert in a collaborative UNH and community-wide effort to raise money for tsunami relief.
You'll have to excuse Kevin Powell, he's a little busy these days. In between writing newspaper and magazine articles, speaking at colleges across the country, writing and publishing books and poetry and chronicling the hip-hop movement, the ever-busy journalist and hip-hop historian spent an evening at the University of New Hampshire discussing the life and legacy of Dr.