Classmates gather at the Manchester airport the day after the primary.
Four days, 34 students, six vans and countless cups of coffee: In case you missed college- student insight, here’s a roundup of all the articles:
â€˘ Stefanie Dazio examines the different sides of the street, literally, when it comes to political candidates, here.
â€˘ Ever wonder what itâ€™s like to be in the middle of the madness in New Hampshire during the primary?
â€˘ Take a look at a local landmark, George’sÂ ApparelÂ here and here.
â€˘ Seasoned political reporter, Richard Benedetto, thinks that the primary is missing something this year â€” inclement weather.
â€˘ Celebrity journalists are everywhere! See one reporterâ€™s chance encounter and one that wasnâ€™t left up to chance, here.
â€˘ Do the locals like all the national hype? David Schultz has the answer, here and here.
â€˘ See how it feels to step off the plane and into New Hampshireâ€™s special blend of media madness, here, hereÂ and here.
â€˘ Take in an average afternoon with local voters, here.
â€˘ Even the youngest New Hampshire residents get into the political spirit. Read about it, here and here.
â€˘ â€śLive Free or Dieâ€ť isnâ€™t just a motto in New Hampshire, and we explain why, here and here.
â€˘ The candidates this election cycle have seen their fair share of debates. Ever wonder what itâ€™s like to really be there?
â€˘ Stephanie Dazio takes you inside a local bar, here.
â€˘ Take a behind-the-sceneâ€™s look at a debate, through pictures here, here and through Storify.
â€˘ Each candidate has his fair share of enthusiastic supporters, but our reporters agree that Ron Paul certainly has one of the most colorful voting-bases around.
â€˘ Ever heard of a Ron-publican? Neither had we. Learn more here.
â€˘ Occupy Manchester seemed to constitute an unspoken third party in the primary. See our coverage here, here and here.
â€˘ While the Democrats had a notably smaller presence than in 2008, the Party was still alive and well in New Hampshire. Learn about their financing and election strategies, here and here.
â€˘ Romney may have won the majority in New Hampshire, but there was one time that he was standing alone. Read more here and here.
â€˘ Relive a Romney Rally, here and here.
â€˘ Romney emerged as the frontrunner early on Tuesday; read our Romney related coverage here.
â€˘ Gingrich may have been a part of the conversation, but he certainly didnâ€™t come out on top. Read our coverage here.
â€˘ Jon Huntsman garnered third in New Hampshireâ€™s primary, and now heâ€™s demanding media attention. Experience one of his appearances through pictures, here and here.
â€˘ Even though Huntsman ended in third in the polls, he was first in one part of New Hampshire, see where, here.
â€˘ He may have been third in the polls, but does he take first in the farm animal category? We explain, here.
â€˘ Interested in Santorum? Read all related coverage, here.
â€˘ Ever wonder who all those other candidates on the ballot are? Our reporters examine some of New Hampshireâ€™s most eclectic candidates, here and here.
â€˘ Primary day brought its fair share of parties, interviews and celebrity sightings. Read our reporters’ reactions and interviews, here, here, here, and here.
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