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Dartmouth students, alumni alarmed after female professor of color denied tenure
EDUCATIONOusting of teachers at St. Thomas Aquinas school sparks outrage in N.H.Parents, students, and alumni point to a shift in ideology at the Catholic school in Dover, N.H., claiming that contracts for four well-liked teachers were not renewed because they were supportive of the LGBTQ community.
Globe NH | Morning ReportFloor amendments queued up for parental rights bill in N.H.Three state representatives have cosponsored an amendment that would strip four of the most controversial lines from Senate Bill 272, including the ones that would require schools to answer “truthfully and completely” when a parent asks about their child’s gender expression at school.
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My friend, the coyote
Coyotes are top of mind here in the Bay State. I’m old enough to remember when a man ran for mayor of Newton promising that “Newton will hunt down and kill the coyotes.”
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My wife and I fantasized about quitting our jobs. Instead, we took a hike.
Turns out, there was a happy medium between giving it all up and living the life of our dreams.
Biden owes the public explanations on mysterious airborne objects
Conspiracy theories are harder to shoot down than the recent spate of UFOs. Still, the Pentagon should try.
How to submit commentary to Globe New Hampshire
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Michael Delaney: a problematic nominee
His supporters say federal appeals court nominee Michael Delaney is a dedicated advocate for sexual assault survivors. The family of one high-profile survivor would beg to differ.
Jeanne Shaheen, Maggie Hassan, Annie Kuster, and Chris Pappas
Keep New Hampshire’s first-in-the-nation presidential primary
The New Hampshire primary was born out of a need to return the democratic process to the people, not leave it with party insiders.
Juliette N. Rooney-Varga and William R. Moomaw
US Forest Service should let forests grow
Letting forests grow would support the full range of native biodiversity while removing carbon from the atmosphere.
With its meet and greets, N.H. is best suited to be first primary
The value of placing New Hampshire first is that it requires candidates to do meet-and-greet campaigning, something that is getting lost in the overemphasis on political ads and campaign money.