Preservation Perfection: T-Hall Nominated for National Trust Award
Thompson Hall has just undergone the first major renovation since it was built in 1892, leading to a National Trust for Historic Preservation nomination. The awards honor excellence in preservation.
Making Music At Any Age
Hospitality service employee and OS Council representative Patrice MacNevin had always wanted to know how to play a musical instrument. A few years ago, she decided it was time.
Save it For Seconds
The waste of food in UNH dining halls bothered a student enough to contact dining services, spawning an initiative to increase diners' awareness about only taking what will get eaten and eating what they take.
Lakes Beneath Antarctic Ice Sheets Initiate, Sustain Flow Of Ice To The Ocean
Scientists have found four subglaical lakes beneath miles of ice to fast flowing ice streams in Antarctica. UNH glaciologist Mark Fahnestock is part of the team.
Act on Goals, Revise By-laws in OS Council's Future
Gourmet Dinner Guests Invited To 'Paraiso Mexicano' March 2 And 3
USNH Celebrates 25 Years of Wellness Promotion and Programming to Employees
New Book Brings Chemistry to Life With Art, History, Humor
East or West, Suicide is a Concern
Contested Truths and the Pursuit of Knowledge: A Forum on Academic Freedom
At Home in the World: Excellence in Teaching