Culture

Kate Slater

A World Shaped By Race

In the two months since George Floyd was killed by police, protesters have continued to call for change. They might not march every day in every city, but they are still marching. Read More

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  • UNH professor R. Scott Smith
    - Modern Mythology
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  • UNH student's photo in Belize
    - Building Rome and Finding the Perfect Career
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  • Finkelhor’s Fineness
    - Finkelhor’s Fineness
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    - The Policy People
    Michael Ettlinger was a newbie in the tax policy world when his boss turned to him one day and said: “Go do CNN for me.” Those were daunting words for someone who was still... Read More
  • UNH poitical interns
    - Capital Opportunities
    On Dec. 1, 2009, in an evening address to the nation, U.S. President Barack Obama announced the commitment of an additional 30,000 troops to the war effort in Afghanistan. Early... Read More
  • NH Presidential Primary
    - Primary Sources
    Why does little New Hampshire wield so much power in the presidential nomination process? Read More
  • Cardinal sculpture
    - Big Bird
    There’s a new bird on the Durham campus, nesting on a plot of lawn off Main Street near the Health Services building. “Cardinal,” a powder-coated steel, eight-foot-tall sculpture... Read More
  • Prevention Innovations Research Center staff
    - Prevention Pioneers
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  • President Mark W. Huddleston
    - The View from T-Hall: Political Prime Time
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  • UNH professor Larry Hamilton
    - Climate Change Cooperation
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