Stories in Topic: Campus Life

  • 04.22.15 - In the Classroom: Food for Thought
    UNH students learn how to be locavores
      Sydney Howard '17 and Sierra Eugley '15 check out the young potatoes at the winter farmer's market held recently at Exeter High School.
  • 04.22.15 - Behind the Scenes at Don Quixote
    UNH dancers bring classical ballet to life on Johnson Theatre stage
    UNH dancers began rehearsing for the annual spring dance company concert last autumn, taking on a big challenge, says professor of ballet Assaf Benchetrit — the “huge masterpiece" classical ballet, Don Quixote. "I wanted to let the students experience this magical process and eventually share it with the audience,” he says. They brought it to the Johnson Theatre stage earlier this month. In this video, Benchetrit and dancers talk about how the dramatic, humorous, romantic show came to life.
  • 04.22.15 - Renowned IP Scholar Ann Bartow to Lead Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property at UNH Law
  • 04.22.15 - Acclaimed Author and Poet Seth Abramson joins UNH Manchester English Program
  • 04.16.15 - A Grand Opening
  • 04.16.15 - UNH Announces 2015 Granite State Award and Honorary Degree Recipients
    The owner of a four-generation family resort on Lake Winnipesaukee and a former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations in Geneva will receive 2015 Granite State Awards from the University of New Hampshire. The awards will be presented during UNH commencement Saturday, May 16. Also being recognized are Richard Whitney '68, and commencement speaker former U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Ryan Pitts '13, both of whom will receive honorary degrees.
  • The Graduate Research Conference at UNH
    04.16.15 - Research Days: Spring Brings Results to Forefront
    More than 1,300 undergraduates are showcasing their research results at multiple events during the Undergraduate Research Conference this week and next.
  • 04.16.15 - A Breakfast With A History
    How the 23-year-old tradition of the LGBTQ+ breakfast got its start
    UNH's annual LGBTQ+ and Ally Pancake Breakfast started as a form of protest more than two decades ago. Former journalism professor Jane Harrigan wrote about the breakfast's history in an article for UNH Magazine not too long ago; her writing shows how pancakes and maple syrup came to symbolize the fight for gay rights and recognition in the Granite State:
  • 04.16.15 - Acclaimed Author and Poet Seth Abramson joins UNH Manchester English Program
  • 04.16.15 - Watkins Center for Student-Athlete Excellence Now Open at the Field House
  • 04.15.15 - A Morning Celebration
    Annual LGBTQ+ breakfast a time to celebrate victories, plan for the future in fight for equal rights
    Ellen Semran, LGBTQA+ coordinator for the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs (left) and Kidder Award recipient Lane McDonough ’15.
  • 04.14.15 - Series: In the Classroom
    An inside look at some of the interesting courses being taught at UNH
    Ever wish you could sit-in on one of the coolest courses at UNH? With our In The Classroom series, we go into the labs and classrooms here on the Durham campus. Hear from professors, instructors and students about what makes these courses so interesting.
  • UNH aerial dancers perform "Rainforest"
    04.09.15 - Flying High
  • UNH students in class about U.S. health care system
    04.08.15 - In the Classroom: Health Care in America
    Students study their own health insurance coverage to learn how it all works
    This is the first in a series of articles taking a look at interesting courses being taught at UNH.
  • 04.08.15 - UNH Psychology Professor Wins State Award
  • Members of the UNH Class of 2015
    04.01.15 - Paying it Forward
    Senior class establishes scholarship
    Into one’s life a little rain will fall, or so they say. For college seniors, the problem is more often financial drought — it's a time when scholarship funds dry up and student loan repayments loom.
  • UNH student Linsey Phelan '15
    04.01.15 - Stable Living
    Horse lovers reside in coveted apartments at UNH barns
    Linsey Phelan '15 with Icing on the Cake, one of her favorite horses, at the UNH horse barns From inside her apartment, Linsey Phelan '15 can hear the thundering of horses’ hooves. Her neighbor Lynsey Tyler '15 has a paddock for a backyard. 
  • Tara Fulton
    04.01.15 - New University Library Dean Named
    Professor Tara Lynn Fulton, former librarian at Eastern Michigan University, has been named the new university library dean.  She will assume the position May 29. Prior to joining Eastern Michigan, Fulton was university dean of library and information services and associate vice president for Academic Affairs at Lock Haven University in Lock Haven, Penn. She also held positions at Bucknell University, Loyola University of Chicago, Northwestern University, The University of Texas at Austin and Texas A&M University.
  • 03.26.15 - Making TNH
    Twice a week it lands on a counter near you. It’s The New Hampshire, UNH’s student newspaper. Meet the journalists who log long hours to pull it together for publishing.
  • New UNH CIO Stan Waddell
    03.26.15 - UNH Names New Chief Information Officer
    Stan Waddell will join the university in May
    The University of New Hampshire has named Stan Waddell as its new chief information officer (CIO). Waddell, who will join the university’s office of finance and administration in May, brings extensive experience in higher education information technology.