UNH in the News

UNH in the News

Thursday, April 5, 2012

Nashua Telegraph

UNH President Huddleston

UNH's Huddleston looks to the future of higher education in NH

UNH President Mark Huddleston recently met with the editorial board at the Nashua Telelgraph to talk about the future of higher education at UNH and around the country in the wake of funding cuts. Only three of the 50 states approved an increase in public higher education funding last year. READ MORE >>


Boston Globe

Disable vet

Disabled veterans hit ice with passion on display

A front-page story in the Boston Globe featured UNH’s Northeast Passage Wildcats, a sled hockey team composed of disabled players who use custom-built sleds to push, pivot, and propel themselves around the ice. READ MORE >>


The New York Times

box with Do not use on it

‘Pink Slime’ Is Vanishing From School Cafeterias

UNH Dining was one of the leaders in removing “pink slime” from its menus as quickly as possible. READ MORE >>



Portsmouth Herald

graphic of sea floor

Earth's final frontier; UNH explorers map 7 miles below sea level

A Portsmouth Herald feature highlighted the work of UNH’s Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping to include recent work in the Mariana Trench that informed movie director James Cameron’s recent headline-making dive. READ MORE >>

Compiled by Erika Mantz, UNH Media Relations.