University of New Hampshire campus; a coyote on Cape Cod; New Hampshire State Representative Robert Fisher; McCoy Stadium, where the Pawtucket Red Sox play

Racism At UNH, Coyotes On The Cape And Sharks On Land And Water

May 19, 2017

Will the threat of sharks force change on a decades-old Provincetown event? How is the University of New Hampshire dealing with a plague of racism among its student body? And Providence's reputation for government correction continues. All that and more on this week's regional news roundtable!


- Arnie Arnesen, the host of WNHN's "The Attitude with Arnie Arnesen." Follow Arnie on Twitter.

- Philip Eil, freelance journalist based in Providence, R.I. Follow Philip on Twitter.

- Paul Pronovost, editor of the Cape Cod Times. Follow Paul on Twitter.

Stories we discussed in this roundtable:

NH House Speaker: No action warranted against Reps. Fisher, Frost for controversial posts

Council President Aponte charged with embezzlement in campaign finance probe

Provincetown Swim For Life organizers consider shark safety

Petition seeks halt to Cape Cod National Seashore coyote hunts

UNH President Huddleston Vows to Fight Discrimination on Campus

PawSox stadium plan gets official support, faces opposition from tax groups + poll

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