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Far From Home, Cold And The Happiest I Have Ever Been, I Am Craig Johnson, Grad Student

Hello! My name is Craig and I just drove all the way across the country from California to Connecticut. “Why would you leave California?” has been my response from every human being I have made contact with so far. “To get my masters done” and I am sticking to it. Being 27 and working towards […]

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The Transformation of Gary

In theory there is no difference between theory and practice. In practice there is. Yogi Berra Gary is the work-study kid that works in my office. Gary looks wholesome, sports a crew-cut, is remarkably good-natured, affable and earnest. He looks 14 although he is a sophomore in the business program – so he is probably […]

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Bogosity Alert!!!!

Bogosity Alert! Bogosity Alert! Wait till I tell you about who’s coming to sleepy good ol’ U. N. of H.:  the wares this man is peddling are inherently suspect– and that’s the reason for the alert. On the other hand, there’s a good chance he’ll blow your mind. Bruce Bueno de Mesquita will lecture here […]

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The places we have seen… – Kimberly Harman

When visiting multiple places each day, its hard to keep track of everything we have done. Here’s a quick photo recap of just a few of the things we have done:

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Also, The Water Is Delicious. – Charlie O’Donnell

I stood on top of a basalt pillar today, the top tufted with a medium length grass.  Huge walls of crystal clear water crashed into the rocks around me, lending some insight into how this staggering coast line was formed.  In the sky, hundreds of screaming sea birds spiral up into a sky that never […]

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Curvy Coast Line – Sam Mathewson

We were in Buoahraun seeing the lava fields and behind the lava fields was a beach. Playing in the lava fields was a lot of fun, but I remember seeing a small sandy hill and wanting to know what was on the other side. On top of my curiosity, I love spending time at the […]

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Women’s Basketball team in Italy!

Check out the video diaries of the UNH Women’s Basketball team’s trip to Italy! Entry #1 Entry #2

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A closer look at the Bullpen

For the last 3 years, I’ve had the privilege of watching a very competitive and quality baseball team ran by Raphael Cerrato and Jeff Hourigan and the way they operated in-game was very textbook. Take the bullpen for example, players seemed to have set roles that made it fairly predictable as to who would be coming in late […]

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Hello All!

Sorry I have been MIA lately! I have been so busy lately with the end of the semester sneaking up on us! It is surreal that it is just about over..crazy. I would just like to touch upon a rally that the UNH students put on Monday April 9, 2012. There were thousands of backpacks […]

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Aquilino dominates Southern

While Mike Aquilino wouldn’t admit it after the game, but the emotion he showed on the mound during Tuesday’s win over Southern sure made it looked like it wasn’t just another game. Aq pitched exactly to the reputation he has built in his 5 year career with New Haven, challenging hitters with his fastball, and […]

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