Stories in Topic: Campus Life

  • The U.S. Capitol Building in Washington, D.C.
    10.15.15 - UNH Launches New Master's Degree in Public Policy
  • UNH Homecoming 2015
    10.08.15 - Photo Gallery: Thousands of Alumni Return to Campus for Homecoming 2015
  • MMQB Peter King and UNH quarterback Adam Riese
    10.08.15 - King Among Students
    Sports Illustrated’s Peter King visits Deflategate class at UNH
    Peter King (right), of Sports Illustrated's MMQB fame, with UNH Law professor Michael McCann in the Deflategate class at UNH 
  • 10.01.15 - Birthday Marked by Memories Not Years
    Stoke Hall turns 50
    Stoke Hall, October 1965. Dimond Library archives.  When construction plans for Stoke Hall were announced in the Feb. 6, 1964, edition of the student newspaper, it was called UNH’s “first high-rise; the tallest building on campus.” And that’s true: When it was done, the eight-floor, 83-foot high residence hall towered over the others.
  • 09.30.15 - Professor David Finkelhor and Alumnus John “Jack” Smith Receive UNH’s Most Prestigious Awards
    An internationally known scholar and a generous benefactor recently received the University of New Hampshire’s most prestigious awards for their history of continued support and service to the university. John H. “Jack” Smith ’50 was presented with the UNH Foundation’s Hubbard Family Award for Service to Philanthropy during a campus celebration Sept. 25, 2015. The award recognizes individuals whose philanthropic leadership and gifts have strengthened UNH and/or who have promoted philanthropy throughout the state.
  • Nelson Barber, UNH professor, in Paul College kitchen
    09.29.15 - Simmer, Stir, Lower Tailgate and Serve
    UNH Chefs, Dietitian Share Their Favorite Tailgating Recipes
    The leaves are beginning to change, footballs are flying  and you've begun wearing socks again: It must be tailgating season. Since food is the main attraction at most tailgates, UNH Today asked campus chefs Nelson Barber and Charlie Caramihalis and dietitian Rochelle L'Italien to share recipes for their favorite tailgating foods. 
  • biometric scanner at UNH dining hall
    09.24.15 - No Card Required
    Students’ access to the Durham dining halls is at their fingertips
    Lunch time! Students enter Holloway Commons using one of the new biometric scanners. 
  • UNH students and scientists
    09.23.15 - In Case You Missed It
    OK, so summer is officially over. But let’s extend it just a little bit by taking a look at some of the science and service UNH faculty and students performed during the not-too-distant dog days.  Planting the SeedUNH student helps refugees get fresh vegetables
  • 09.23.15 - Score!
    New videoboard a gamechanger for the Whitt
    It happens to even the most devoted Wildcat hockey fan: You head to the concession stand at just the wrong moment and miss the go-ahead goal or the brilliant defensive move that ends with the puck inside the goalkeeper’s glove and not the UNH net.
  • Rich Ashooh
    09.17.15 - UNH Law Names Rich Ashooh New Rudman Center Director
  • UNH student with Harrison the therapy dog at University Day
    09.17.15 - Find Yourself: Check Out the University Day Photo Gallery
  • Dale Rogers sculpture Cardinal on UNH campus
    09.17.15 - A Shock of Color
    Bright red cardinal comes to campus
    He shocks us when he flieslike a red verb over the snow.  —from “The Cardinal” by Henry Carlile 
  • 09.15.15 - Gallup: UNH Grads More Likely To Thrive in Jobs, Lives
    University of New Hampshire graduates are more likely than peers from other U.S. colleges to have full-time employment, engage in their work and thrive in all five elements of well-being, according to a survey conducted by Gallup this year.
  • Move-in Day 2015 at UNH
    09.10.15 - They Lifted and Lugged and Laughed a Lot: Highlights from Move-In Day
  • 09.10.15 - Global Meet and Greet
  • UNH Campus in Durham, N.H.
    09.09.15 - What Does Community Mean to You?
    Inter-campus conversation will culminate in “community” action plan
    Here’s some homework: Think about what community means to you. Hint: There’s no right or wrong answer, but every answer will be important for a task force of campus community members who have been charged with thinking hard about this very question and igniting a conversation to find out what UNH understands “community” to mean.
  • UNH student studying in Dimond Library
    09.09.15 - Wildcat to Wildcat: Advice for Freshmen Part III: Studying and Free Time
  • UNH professor Ruth Varner with student
    09.08.15 - Ruth Varner Honored by American Geophysical Union for Student Mentoring
    Sulzman Award recognizes Varner's excellence and innovative approach
    Ruth Varner has been awarded the American Geophysical Union’s 2015 Sulzman Award for Excellence in Education and Mentoring. Varner ‘93G ‘00G is associate professor of biogeochemistry at the UNH Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space (EOS) and in the department of earth sciences.
  • Barbara Arrington
    09.03.15 - An Educator First and Foremost
    University community mourns the loss of Barbara Arrington
    The University of New Hampshire is mourning the loss of faculty member and former dean Barbara Arrington, who passed away this week after a brief illness. Arrington was a professor in the health management and policy department and director of the master’s degree program in public health. She was known as an avid supporter of students and a great advocate for public health.
  • UNH campus in Durham, N.H.
    09.01.15 - UNH Welcomes New Faculty
    Members of the class of 2019 aren’t the only ones who began their UNH careers this month. The university is welcoming 87 new faculty members to the community. Here is a list of the new faculty by college or institute.