Six years after Hurricane Katrina, the Mardi Gras Indians have rebounded and been transformed into a reenergized community where the youth are increasingly interested in carrying on the culturally rich traditions of these New Orleans tribes. View more photos in our slideshow.
A University of New Hampshire researcher has discovered that a former Yale professor who espoused pro-eugenic beliefs manipulated his research findings so he could conclude that his Wisconsin home town was overflowing with mentally and morally “unfit” people.
Carsey Institute: Lack of Jobs, Population Decline Seen as Most Pressing Problems Facing North Country
A lack of jobs and a declining population are considered the most pressing problems facing the North Country by the residents of Coos County, who increasingly favor using natural resources to create jobs instead of for conservation, according to new research from the Carsey Institute at the University of New Hampshire.
This fall, students at the University of New Hampshire will get an insider’s look at the New Hampshire presidential primary through a class offered once every four years in the fall that focuses on the presidential election process.