Current Issue: search | archive | login | register

tnh.gif
Sections.gif
News
Sports
Commentary
Notices
Classifieds
Calendar
Weather
On The Spot
Week In Photos
whiteswish.gif
Login
Register
Exam week nears. Where is the best place to study?
Dimond Library
Computer Clusters
MUB
Breaking New Grounds
Other. I'll IM the New Hampshire my answer.
Have a poll idea? IM The New Hampshire

24hournews.gif
blank.gif
blank.gif
National News
World News
Sports News
Technology News
Wired News
Entertainment
Collegiate Presswire
powered by College Publisher

Commentary

Editorial: Aiming for the truth

The media is a highly scrutinized group. Any newspaper that doesn't get people fired up about getting something wrong or being biased is probably not doing their jobs. People love to criticize the media. We butt into people's business and are continuously asking questions about this and that.

 

Painefully Right


Ah abortion, the oldest argument topic in history. There is no real safe side to take with abortion; everyone has to fall into one of two camps, either pro-abortion or anti-abortion. Let's be honest, pro-life and pro-choice sound stupid, so call the positions what they really are.

Common Sense



I'm sure you've heard the recent rallying cries from the anti-feminist forces on campus. "They're advocating violence! They're saying all these horrible cruel things! They say all men are rapists! Why do they hate men so? If they want to stop rape they should be nicer! I'm going to cry!" It's very, very easy to dismiss the Feminist Action League (FAL) as a fringe group or a cultural anachronism.

 

Greeks irate over TBTN

To the editor:

It is not often that I am irritated so much that I feel the need to speak out, but the events of this past Take Back The Night (TBTN) have put me in this position. Before I spout off about the things that irritated me, let me first give praise to the Sexual Harassment and Rape Prevention Program (SHARPP) and the TBTN committee for sponsoring and organizing an event that appears to have a profoundly positive effect on the survivors of sexual assault and their allies.

Comments on SFL

To the Editor:

While I agree with the concept of Kathy Becker Blease's letter to the editor thanking Students for Life (SFL), I felt a couple of comments are warranted. All of the following comments are related to "consensual sex." Firstly, she blames all unwanted pregnancies on men: "Each flag represents a man who refused to wear a condom, who abused a woman in a way she could never watch her child endure, who walked away, who said abortion was the only way to go.

 

Democrats lack power

To the editor:

As some of you may know, the Democrats in the United States Senate have filibustered 10 of President Bush's judicial nominees, and some have been waiting for a constitutionally guaranteed right to receive an up or down vote for up to four years.

TNH editorial missed the point

To The Editor:

I would like to comment on the editorial published in Tuesday's edition of The New Hampshire. Let me first start by laying the executive session argument to rest. I am sure any who are familiar with NH RSA 91-A: 3 would know the second exception to governance bodies going into "non-public" session.

 

Thank you volunteers

To the editor:

On behalf of Easter Seals New Hampshire and the nearly 20,000 Granite State residents who count on us to provide a host of services each year, I want to express our heartfelt appreciation to all involved in the generous support we received during our recent VIP fundraising campaign.


National College Advertising and Marketing
Privacy Policy     Article Syndication     College Scholarships

Click here for current weather conditions and five day forecast.

The New Hampshire

Room 156 Memorial Union Building, University of New Hampshire
83 Main St. Durham, New Hampshire 03824