Stories in Topic: Campus Life

  • solar panels on Woodruff house
    08.08.13 - Evergreen
    Concern for the Environment Started Early at UNH
    CATCHING SOME RAYS: In a 1980 photo from The New Hampshire, students adjust solar panels on the roof of Woodruff House.
  • 08.08.13 - UNH Video Highlights
  • Thompson Hall
    07.25.13 - UNH Reports Historic Fundraising Year
    $35.8 Million in Private Support Raised
  • Organic Garden Club
    06.27.13 - Organic Garden Club
  • MUB Movie Summer Series
    06.27.13 - MUB Summer Series
    What's On Wednesday At The MUB
    Bring the family! All events are free and open to the public. Indoor movies are air conditioned.  July 10, 2013 Parental Guidance PG 105 minutes 7 p.m. Theatres 1 & 2
  • Orientation
    06.13.13 - First Year Student Orientation
  • Grand Opening of Shop UNH Athletics
    06.13.13 - Official UNH Athletics Shop is Open for Business
    UNH Athletics Announces Launch of All-New Online Store
    Shop UNH Apparel and Gear at the Official University of New Hampshire Athletics Shop
  • Entomology Professor G. Thomas Fisher
    06.13.13 - Bug Man
    The Way We Were
  • Richard Whoriskey
    05.30.13 - Life of Inspiration
    The Way We Were Remembers Richard Whoriskey
    Richard Whoriskey (front, fourth from left) with Veterans of Foreign Wars in front of Hamilton Smith Hall on Armistice Day, in 1921.
  • Video featuring Sara Van Horn
    05.30.13 - Featured Video
    Marine biology major Sarah VanHorn '13, who created a blog called Fishues to promote local fishing in the state, is the most recent UNH student to be featured in the University's advertising campaign.
  • Inquiry graphic
    05.23.13 - Inquiry Journal Features Student Research
    Online Publication Gives Researchers a Global Audience
    UNH has long prided itself on graduating students who have significant research experience. In 2005, a generous gift from philanthropist Dana Hamel made it possible for the university to launch the first issue of Inquiry, an online, multi-disciplinary undergraduate research journal.
  • Class of 2013 at UNH Commencement
    05.23.13 - Congratulations Class of 2013!
  • Trisha Lindstrum and her mother, Nancy Sauter
    05.23.13 - Graduation Was a Family Affair for UNH Mother-Daughter Team
    Trisha Lindstrum (l) and her mother, Nancy Sauter, received their degrees from the University of New Hampshire Saturday, May 18, 2013.
  • Lt. Gen. Mary Legere '82
    05.23.13 - Lt. Gen. Mary Legere '82 2013 Commencement Speech
    2013 University of New Hampshire commencement speaker Lt. Gen. Mary A. Legere '82. Introduction by Alexandra Kay Eicher '13 Vice President of the Student Body.
  • Frazzle Free Finals by the UNH Electronic Dance Music Community
    05.16.13 - Frazzle Free Finals
  • 05.16.13 - Commencement By the Numbers
    First UNH Durham Commencement: 1892 (It took place in a barn as none of the UNH Durham buildings were completed) Undergraduates degrees being awarded: 2,568 (approx.) Graduate degrees being awarded: 522 (approx.) Honorary degrees being awarded: 3Majors represented: 100+Veterans graduating: 68
  • Graduation Cap with 2013
    05.16.13 - Congratulations, Class of 2013!
    Follow Commencement 2013 on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other places from our new mashup page. bit.ly/UNH13
  • Be the Match National Marrow Donor Program
    05.16.13 - Meet Five UNH Life Savers
    Four Students and a Residence Hall Director Donate Bone Marrow
    The National Marrow Donor Program lists nearly 10 million people on its “Be the Match” registry. One in 20,000 of those will have the right makeup to help a cancer patient who needs a lifesaving bone marrow transplant. And 1 in 540 of those will go on to actually make the donation.
  • Jameson Copp cleaning the Wildcat statue
    05.09.13 - Wildcat Work
    Jameson Copp ’09 is Working to Keep the Cat Looking Good
    With bronze sculptures, green is not always good. Photo by Perry Smith, UNH Photographic Services.
  • Thanks Mom & Dad on commencement cap
    05.09.13 - The Colors of Commencement
    Academic TraditionsCurrent-day academic gowns are based on the clothing of medieval monks, and each gown helps reveal the wearer's education and ranking.