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Holocaust Survivor Tells Her Story to UNH

Holocaust Survivor Tells Her Story to UNH

Sarah Costello, Staff Writer April 25, 2017

On April 19, 2017, several University students, faculty and friends gathered for the 14th Annual Order of Service for Holocaust Remembrance Day at Bucknall Theater. Crowds, young and old, came together...

More Breaks Should Line-up with Holidays

More Breaks Should Line-up with Holidays

Karina Krul, Student Life Editor April 19, 2017

It is commonly accepted that non-religious colleges and universities do not recognize religious holidays. Christian universities may give students days off for Easter, but it is not typical of most universities....

Bill Nye Throws Down the Gauntlet on Creationism

Ana Abraham September 5, 2012

Scientific findings prove that the Earth is 4.54 billion years old. The long-held account of the church is that God created the Earth in six days, no more than several thousand years ago at the absolute...

Amish Hate Crime Trial Begins in Ohio

Ana Abraham September 5, 2012

Samuel Mullet Sr. is an Amish man living in rural Eastern Ohio. He lives on an 800-acre compound where he is considered a religious leader. He, along with 15 of his followers (some of whom are his children...

Iranian Woman’s Stoning Sentence Delayed

The Associated Press September 15, 2010

Move over, balloon boy. The newest story to face outrageous media coverage and subsequent fervor from those who have become engrossed in it is the case of an Iranian woman sentenced to death by stoning...

Hooray for Ignorance!

Matt DiGiovanni September 15, 2010

Recently in the news there was the story of Pastor Terry Jones, the head of the Dove World Outreach program, who planned to hold burn the Qur’an day on the ninth anniversary of the September 11th attacks....

‘South Park’ cuts image of Mohammed after threat

Stephen James Johnson April 22, 2010

From the Associated Press. LOS ANGELES (AFP) – The latest episode of satirical cartoon show "South Park" has been censored after a radical Muslim group threatened the show's creators for their depiction...

Bishops Have Duty to Report Sex Abuse

Liz De La Torre April 21, 2010

Rocked by evidence of protecting offender priests and with Pope Benedict XVI under fire for letting sex abuse cases go rampant, the Catholic Church stands in the midst of one of the most widely publicized...

Jewish artifact burial site raises concerns in NJ

Stephen James Johnson April 8, 2010

From the Associated Press. LAKEWOOD, N.J. – Environmental regulators in New Jersey are trying to decide what to do about an unlicensed religious artifact burial site. A rabbi coordinated the...

Pope names Mexican-born Gomez to take over in LA

Stephen James Johnson April 7, 2010

From the Associated Press. VATICAN CITY – Archbishop Jose Gomez was named Tuesday to succeed the archbishop of Los Angeles, the Holy See's most significant acknowledgment to date of the growing importance...

Dutch gays, Catholic church put aside dispute

Stephen James Johnson March 3, 2010

From the Associated Press AMSTERDAM – Dutch gay rights groups have called for an end to protests against a Catholic church southwest of Amsterdam after it said it would no longer seek to bar homosexuals...

Outsider image so hot even ex-insiders want it

Stephen James Johnson February 25, 2010

From the Associated Press. NEW YORK – Ask national Republicans to name a model 2010 congressional candidate, and they're likely to mention Stephen Fincher. A 37-year-old farmer and gospel singer...

Lutherans seeing fallout over gay clergy issue

Stephen James Johnson February 24, 2010

From the Associated Press. Until a few weeks ago, the Rev. Gail Sowell was pastor at two Lutheran churches in the small Wisconsin town of Edgar. That was before members of both congregations jumped...

Actress and Muslim philanthropist promote women

Stephen James Johnson February 23, 2010

From the Associated Press. UNITED NATIONS – What do actress Geena Davis, Britain's Duchess of York, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and the head of the World Congress of Muslim Philanthropists have...

Video, shoe prints implicate church fire suspects

Stephen James Johnson February 23, 2010

From the Associated Press. TYLER, Texas – Investigators say convenience store video and shoe prints helped them to link two suspects to two church fires in east Texas. Nineteen-year-old Jason Robert...

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