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Life Abroad

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    The [Royal] Family

    Well hello there! Sorry I haven’t been around in a while, it has been a whirlwind month over here in London. Over the course of my next two blogs, I w...

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    UNH’s Coolest Courses [Part 10]: ENGL 703 Travel Writing

    Spend the restless weeks of winter break in the country that brought the world treasures from Shakespeare to The Beatles. And everything in between, l...

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    Italy: What a Wonderful World!

    As I walked home after a fantastic day in Florence, I stopped for a moment in the Piazza Repubblica and truly just took everything in.  It was an abso...

Dorm Living

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    The UNH Freshman Guide: Part 4, Dorm Life

    With this being part four of the UNH Freshman Guide and there only being so much time left to share everything that is great about student life on thi...

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    Happy RA Appreciation Week!

    This past week was a very special one in the Residential Life community – RA Appreciation Week!  After serving as an RA for two years, and now w...

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    Beating the Midsemester Slump

    Feeling inspired by fellow blogger Emily’s sophomore slump blog… It’s two weeks after spring break. There are seven weeks left until...

Seacoast NH

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    Exploring Newmarket, NH

    Newmarket, New Hampshire: population 8,936. Actually, make that 8,937 because as of 5 o’clock p.m. on April 1st I became a resident of this quaint New...

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    Beating the Midsemester Slump

    Feeling inspired by fellow blogger Emily’s sophomore slump blog… It’s two weeks after spring break. There are seven weeks left until...

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    The UNH Freshman Guide: Part 3,Life Around Campus

    So being in college means freedom. Well, more freedom than you’ve probably ever had. You aren’t living under your parents’ roof and you can sort of do...

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    UNH vaults to the top!

    When I was little, my sister and I were obsessed with gymnastics. During summer Olympic years, we would watch the women compete and race outside the n...