The New Hampshire

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The New Hampshire, or TNH, is the "University of New Hampshire's student newspaper since 1911," published by the student organization of the same name. The newspaper is published weekly on Tuesdays and Fridays during the academic year, with a printed circulation 6,000. TNH is distributed for free in the Memorial Union Building, University housing, academic buildings, Durham businesses and other select locations in the area. The newspaper also publishes an , which mimics the print edition. TNH is the second-oldest University publication still in publication; The Granite, the yearbook, was first published in 1908.


The official publisher of the newspaper is The New Hampshire Board of Governors. The Board of Governors comprises the: editor in chief, managing editor, layout editor, assigning editor, news editors (3), photo editors (2), sports editor (3), arts editor (2), copy editors (3), business manager, graphics manager and advisor (who only votes to break tie in editor in chief's appointment). The newspaper is printed off-site by Foster's Daily Democrat, it was printed prior to the 2005-06 academic year by Seacoast Newspapers located in Stratham, New Hampshire.


The newspaper is divided into four main sections: News, Commentary (opinion section), Arts & Living (Friday's edition), Sports. The New Hampshire still uses the traditional tabloid layout, unlike most newspapers today which use a broadsheet. A popular feature of the paper is...
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