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New Angles on Old Problems

Tom Haines was in his basement, waiting for a technician to finish hooking up a natural gas line. “The technician is telling me, ‘Oh, natural gas is great, it’s so fuel efficient and so cheap, this will be awesome,’” Haines, an associate professor of... Read More
UNH journalism professor Don Murray ’48
That longtime journalism professor Don Murray ’48 regarded writing as a job is nowhere more evident than in his daybooks: hundreds of spiral-bound... Read More
The boy who loved too much book cover
The Boy Who Loved Too Much Jennifer Latson ’13G, Simon and Schuster, June 2017 Eli D’Angelo thinks everyone he meets is his friend. Ginny Moon... Read More
UNH art history graduate Corinne Long '12 restoring a mural in Hamilton Smith Hall at UNH
Conservationists, including art history graduate Corrine Long '12, are restoring WPA-era murals in Hamilton Smith Hall.  Read More
UNH alumnus Jonny Peiffer '05
When the New Hampshire Theatre Project presents the Circulus production of "The Adventures of Oliver Z. Wanderkook" this month, it will be a UNH... Read More

Recent Stories

  • UNH's Caitlin Truesdale '17
    - Next Stop: The Guggenheim
    For many lovers of art and culture, the Guggenheim is the place to go. For Caitlin Truesdale ’17, the museum’s Venice, Italy, location will be her office this fall as she begins... Read More
  • UNH's Will Lombard '17
    - The Play’s the Thing
    William Lombard ’17 is set to embark on his acting career. Read More
  • photo of Charles Simic
    - Poetry's Golden Wreath
    Charles Simic has been named the 2017 Golden Wreath award winner of Struga Poetry Evenings. Read More
  • UNH alumna Rebecca Hiltz '16
    - Bridging Borders, Changing Lives
    Thanks to the Stanley A. Hamel Traveling Fellowship, UNH graduates are getting the chance to see Europe — and making connections they never expected. Jeanne Sokolowski, director... Read More
  • UNH Orchestra Rehearsal - Peter and the Wolf
    - Almost Curtain Time
    UNH Today went behind the scenes at the UNH Orchestra's last rehearsal before the final performance before tonight's show at Johnson Theatre.   Read More
  • flute player at UNH student composers concert
    - Sounds of Student Composers
    UNH music students debuted original compositions at the 2017 Student Composers’ Concert on April 21. Their works comprised music for voice and woodwinds, including a sonata for... Read More
  • UNH students discussing their play at the URC
    - Act III: Bringing UNH History to Life
    What does it take to write an original play and the score to accompany it? “A good amount of homework we weren’t expecting,” says one of the cast members. But, boy did it pay off. Read More
  • Students watching films
    - Popcorn Included
    Silence fell across the room as the lights dimmed and frames of dense jungle scenes flashed across the big screen. “Coral Reef of Laughing Bird Caye” debuted Thursday during UNH... Read More
  • UNH student Adam Nastasia
    - More Naked Arts
    The creative process was on full display in the Paul Creative Arts Center Thursday. Read More
  • Cast members in the UNH play 7 Boxes of Books
    - "7 Boxes of Books" Debuts at Hennessy Theatre
    The UNH theatre and dance department and the Mask and Dagger Dramatic Society have teamed up to bring audiences an original production. Read More