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This semester’s Humans vs Zombies (HvZ) game is now in full swing. With 141 players currently playing and two night missions (nighttime games with tasks) down, the games moderators are in the middle of planning an epic ending to an … Continue reading
With family weekend coming up, all of the big events are saved for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Here’s what UNH has going on: Dueling Pianos w/Hot Appetizers & Dessert (Friday, Sept 28 @ 9 pm in the Strafford Room) Mentalists, … Continue reading
If you were walking on campus on Sept. 23 you may have seen people running around with orange bandanas throwing socks or marshmallows at each other. If you did see that happen, then it’s a sign that the popular Humans … Continue reading
After trouble finding time slots that don’t coincide with UNH’s theater department, UNH student-run theater organization Mask and Dagger will not be putting on any major productions for the current fall semester. The theater department, which is showing Macbeth, Avenue … Continue reading
Agorafabulous w/Comedian, Author, Blogger, & Mental Health Advocate Sara Benincasa (Wednesday, September 19 @ 7 pm) Hosted by the MUB, Health Services, and the Counseling Center, comedian and writer Sara Benincasa will be coming to UNH in the Strafford Room to … Continue reading
By day, Garret Finn is a regular UNH student. He goes to classes, he hangs out with friends, and he eats lunch at Hoco and Stillings, just like the rest of us. At night, however, his true colors come out. … Continue reading
On October 5 Dutch DJ sensation Tiesto will be coming to UNH to perform at the Whittemore Center along side DJ Dada Life as part of Tiesto’s College Invasion Tour. Durham’s stopover is just one of twenty other college locations … Continue reading
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