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Helpful Tips for Perfect Skin this Season

Helpful Tips for Perfect Skin this Season

Thalia Rodriguez, Staff Writer

November 14, 2018


Filed under Lifestyle

With fall weather finally here and winter weather rearing its head, your skin may be starting to change. It is very important to make changes to your skincare routine as the seasons change. Although you may feel your current skin routine may be what works best, with colder temperatures comes differe...

Charger Poll

Alessia Bicknese

March 23, 2016


Filed under Features

Welcome back, Chargers! I hope everyone had a relaxing Spring Break! Let’s get ready to jump back into the semester with a positive attitude with help from this beautiful spring weather coming our way! Looks like the majority of you are lovin’ this weather. Let’s just hope that it lasts without...

The Charger Battery

Kaitlin Mahar

March 25, 2015


Filed under Charger Battery, Features

Positives + If you want to see a play that has more drama than that episode of short-lived E! reality show Pretty Wild (don’t act like you don’t know the one), then check out the UNH Theater Department’s production of Moliere’s School for Wives, which runs Thursday-Sunday. + It snowed...

Charger Battery

Kaitlin Mahar

February 18, 2015


Filed under Charger Battery, Features

Positives: + There’s one benefit to the 1000 mph winds outside – students have witnessed the Tree Turbine sculpture spin at least twice! + Remember that ugly sweater your grandma knitted you that is really warm but makes you look like a feral cat with mange?  Well, consider this weather y...

The Charger Battery

Elizabeth Field

March 28, 2012


Filed under Charger Battery, Features

The Positives: Weather, weather, weather! I love seeing shorts, sandals, and people enjoying the sun. Commuter Week was well executed! Free food…mmmmmm! The Negavties: Fall 2012 courses were supposed to be on Matrix on March 19, but I still can’t access them! I can’t be the only one! The nice weat...

First Day of Spring Blues

Joann Wolwowicz

March 23, 2011


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

I hope that everyone had a fantastic spring break. Even if you didn’t get to go somewhere tropical and warm, I hope it was still a nice break from school, work, and stress. I know that it was for me. The best part was that there were many days of beautiful weather. We even had a 70° day, which was...

Bitter Cold Hits Northeast, Closing Some Schools

The Associated Press

January 26, 2011


Filed under Global News

NEW YORK – Bone-chilling cold prompted schools around the Northeast to delay openings or cancel classes altogether on Monday. The cold snap was linked to at least two weekend deaths, including that of a woman whose frozen body was found in a driveway. Schools in western and northeastern Pennsylvania,...

Dear Weather, cut it out. Love, Joann

Joann Wolwowicz

October 6, 2010


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

Beautiful weather we’ve been having lately isn’t it? First it’s hot, muggy, and utterly disgusting. Then it decides that it’s going to pour as if it hasn’t rained in years. Now we’ve fallen into 50-60° weather and I need to start wearing my boots and a jacket. Will you make up your mind...

Igor Passes Near Bermuda as Category 1 Hurricane

The Associated Press

September 22, 2010


Filed under Global News

HAMILTON, Bermuda – Hurricane Igor swept past Bermuda and kept lashing at the Atlantic island with high winds and furious waves on Monday as power failures in many areas plunged people hunkered down at home into darkness. The storm knocked boats from their moorings and littered the tiny British...

Hurricane Earl Zipping Past East Coast

Liz De La Torre

September 8, 2010


Filed under Environment, Global News, Science

For anyone celebrating Labor Day weekend, it was fair warning for all to watch out for power outages, strong beach currents, and gusty winds. However, the media coverage that had been devoted to Hurricane Earl, the Category 1 storm that had been ravaging the Eastern Seaboard, provided worries and concerns...

Southern Winter Wonderland

Matt DiGiovanni

February 23, 2010


Filed under Global News

Across the United States, from coast to coast, there are numerous regions where snow is a fact of life; but following the back-to-back blizzards of the north, the South got an unusual taste of winter weather recently. Although for the most part they merely received inches of snow compared to the feet...

NC coast expects high surf, little else from Danny

Liz De La Torre

August 28, 2009


Filed under Global News

From the Associated Press CAROLINA BEACH, N.C. – Coastal residents looked ahead Friday to a late-summer weekend with fewer beach-loving tourists as Tropical Storm Danny kicked up rough surf that forecasters warned would be too risky for boaters and swimmers, though tempting for surfers. For most residen...

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