Approaching UNH Thompson Hall there were people smiling, the conversation were loud but controlled, people were giving “free hugs” symbolizing the slogans on their signs. They were speaking in unison about their opinions of the recent election. The weather did not root any hesitation, as the group of 200 or so walked down Main Street and encouraged passing cars to “come join”[…]
“At first you only think it’s cool because it’s teens from another country and their culture is very different from yours but the Friends Forever mission is much bigger than that. I knew that this was a program that I wanted to stay involved with and that I felt like I could make a difference with,” said Alex Szymanski (‘17), who helped organize the Friends Forever visit […]
Issue 1 is Out!
Come pick it up during lunch or check out our online version below, and be sure to come to Coffee House tonight starting at 6!
“Wait, there’s voting tomorrow?” Questioned one New Hampshire resident after another when contacted in a phone banking session on September 12th, the day before the gubernatorial primary in which residents of New Hampshire would elect their candidates for Governor. “I don’t even know the candidates.” Replied one, “It doesn’t really affect me personally.” Said another, “Please stop calling me.” pleaded many […]
“You have to have a place where you can test out new material and not get judged for it. We wanna be that place,” says Bryan Bessette, talking about Freedom Cafe’s new teen music night […]
Friday marked the culmination of Spirit Week at ORHS, kicking off the field day with the pep rally in the gymnasium. Classes divided into four tall rows in the bleachers, going from freshmen on the left, then sophomores, juniors, and finally seniors […]
Eleven Oyster River students sat slumped in their seats on stage. Ace Hypnotist Steve Coppola stood before them, “You are a famous musician, and tonight is opening night. Each member of the audience paid a hundred dollars to see you,” his voice boomed through the overhead […]