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UNH is a hub for political powerhouses

UNH became the center of attention this past year as politicians, their supporters and hundreds of members of the local, national and international media descended upon Durham and New Hampshire, site of the first-in-the-nation presidential primary.

Even before Granite Staters cast their votes in the Jan.

 

Riots propel student summit and legislative action

It was a year of changes and relapses and changes again as the University and town struggled to find a way to prevent riots from occurring. The illegal gathering that occurred after the Red Sox game left some administration and students disheartened, but the large police force at the Super Bowl discouraged any rowdy behavior from happening.

Student attorney's position thrown into limbo

Although it's normally during hockey season when students on this campus appear passionate about something that's important to them, like heading to the Frozen Four, a more serious matter caused students to unite and speak out about another important asset at UNH: our student attorney.

 

Remembering Brian M. Hanafin

Brian Hanafin excelled as a soccer player, being named All-New England, as an English major and as a friend. A brother at Lambda Chi Alpha, he was described by President Chris Norman as "a happy-go-lucky kid. He brought a lot of laughter to the house."


First gay Bishop consecrated amidst controversy

It was an event that raised the voices of hundreds, attracted the presence of thousands, and drew the attention of millions.

On Sunday, Nov. 2, UNH became a worldly intersection, trafficking supporters and protestors alike as the Rev. Canon Gene Robinson was consecrated as the Episcopal Church's first openly gay bishop.

 

Police pursue 'Snipper' scandal and harassment at PKS

UNH has become a familiar stomping ground for many area youth. When students stroll by the lilac bushes and daffodils by the library, waving to their friends who are playing Frisbee around T-hall lawn, nostalgia sets in, especially if they're graduating. Campus feels like home.

Senate busy with debates and resolutions

This year, the University of New Hampshire Student Senate fought for students' right to party or at least to have off-campus gatherings of 30 people without needing a permit. They also fought for students' right to be represented by an attorney in criminal matters.

 

Drug busts prompt stricter enforcement

It's been a busy year for local police and policymakers. With tougher laws and policies in place and increased awareness of behavioral problems existing on the UNH campus, police have made many arrests in regards to drug and alcohol charges.

The University judicial system has also been cracking down on drinking.

New dining hall, new buildings, new problems

UNH got a facelift this year with a new dining hall and renovated buildings. But there were some flaws to deal with as well. The Campus Master Plan became a hot topic among concerned students and faculty who were faced with housing issues for graduate students.

 

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