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Tuesday, September 26, 2017


“There are UNH students who are eating only one meal a day,” says Davidson, a Hamel Scholar. “Food is the first thing that gets cut if they can’t afford to pay rent or tuition.”  A 2015 survey conducted for a research project done by Alana Davidson '17 found that hunger is a problem here on the UNH campus. Of the 923 graduate and undergraduate students who responded, 25 percent went through the day hungry.