NBC News Political Director Chuck Todd Previews 2008 Election

NBC News Political Director Chuck ToddIn New Hampshire recently for a Democratic candidate debate, NBC News Political Director Chuck Todd spoke at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics on September 25. In his lecture he handicaps the republican and democratic …

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An Interview With Award-Winning Bilingual Journalist Helen Aguirre Ferre

helenpicwebIn this podcast, we feature an interview with Helen Aguirre Ferre, an award-winning, bilingual journalist in both print and broadcast media. With more than two decades of reporting, she is the Opinion Page Editor of …

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Dana Center Director Bob Shea Previews Fall 2007 Performances

danacover0708I recently had a chance to speak with Bob Shea, director of the Dana Center, Saint Anselm's performing arts center. During our conversation Shea previewed upcoming events, indicating that a number of audience favorites will …

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Author and Historian H.W. Crocker Addresses "The Top Myths of American Military History"

In this podcast, Author and Historian H.W. Crocker delivers a lecture at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics on April 26, 2007. Crocker was the invited guest of the Kevin Harrington Student Ambassador program students, …

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Father Jonathan Delivers Homily at Opening Mass

On the first day of classes in late August, students and faculty filled the pews of the Abbey Church to celebrate the opening mass of the 2007-2008 academic year. Father Jonathan DeFelice, O.S.B, president of …

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Sen. Sam Brownback Proposes Changes to Social Security System

Sen. Sam BrownbackIn this podcast, we feature a speech by republican presidential candidate Sen. Sam Brownback of Kansas, who spoke at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics on September 4, 2007. During his talk, Sen. Brownback outlined …

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Paul Manuel on CBS Evening News and The Early Show

Paul Manuel Talks Politics on CBS

Paul Manuel on CBS Evening News and The Early ShowPaul Manuel, executive director of the New Hampshire Institute of Politics, helped put presidential politics in perspective for CBS News, which was in New Hampshire covering the heavy campaign traffic over the Labor Day weekend.…

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NHIOP Senior Advisor Jennifer Donahue Featured in "The Washington Post"

Jennifer Donahue, NHIOP senior advisor, recently was featured in a Washington Post article and video. The video and an excerpt of the article is included below. The full article is available online (registration may be …

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Presidential Candidate Sam Brownback to Speak About Social Security Reform

Sen. Sam BrownbackSam Brownback, Kansas senator and 2008 presidential candidate will hold a forum with Social Security reform advocate William Shipman on Tuesday, September 4, from 12-1 p.m. in NHIOP Auditorium. This event is free and …

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Prof. Beth Salerno Blogs From South Korea

Prof Beth SalernoFollow Prof. Beth Salerno, associate professor of history, as she blogs about her experiences in South Korea during the 2007-2008 academic year. Prof. Salerno was awarded a Fulbright Scholar grant to lecture at Pyeongtaek University

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