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2016 in Books and Recordings

We in the College aren't the only ones celebrating the fine work of faculty this year. Three faculty books have appeared on prominent "Best of 2016" lists. Read More
Peter Urquhart, associate professor of music at UNH and UNH's carilloneur
When it comes to campus traditions, there are few more familiar than the songs that toll from the Thompson Hall tower every morning at 11. Read More
mural in progress at Dimond Library
Students in professor Jennifer Moses’s intermediate painting class have created a new mural that celebrates UNH's sesquicentennial. Read More
Illustration from the cover of Standoff by UNH English professor and poet David Rivard
In his sixth collection, poet and UNH English professor Rivard persuades readers to recognize those human touchstones that arise as we navigate the... Read More

Recent Stories

  • Hannah Hamalainen, UNH Assistant Professor, Dimond Library
    - Meet UNH's New Faculty
    UNH has welcomed a diverse group of scholars and researchers to its faculty.  Read More
  • Members of the UNH Wind Symphony
    - A Little Night Music
    Editor's note: After this article was published, the Wind Symphony premiered "Old Ben's Farm" at the Whittemore Center Arena before a full crowd assembled to usher in UNH's 150th... Read More
  • HP Hood &Son memorabilia
    - Who Knew?
    After 150 years, you’d expect a few stories. Like the one about when real wildcats (the UNH mascot) were brought to football games. And the fact that not one but two alumni have... Read More
  • UNH 150th Anniversary photo collage
    - One Hundred and Fifty Remarkable Wildcats
    One hundred and fifty years ago, on July 7, 1866, New Hampshire Governor Frederick Smyth signed an act creating the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts, the... Read More
  • Ancient Wyoming by UNH's Will Clyde and Kirk Johnson
    - "Ancient Wyoming," "Revolution on the Hudson" and Other Books of Note
    What does half a billion years of the Earth’s geologic history look like? In Ancient Wyoming, UNH geology professor Will Clyde and Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History... Read More
  • David Rivard
    - UNH Poet's New Volume
    Professor of English and poet David Rivard has published his sixth book of poetry, "Standoff" (Graywolf Press).  Read More
  • Top 5 Summer Reads
    - Hitting the Books
    Sunshine, warmth and the end of classes mark the near return of summer. While many people will take vacations on the upcoming beautiful days, the freedom of this time of year... Read More
  • UNH senior Kathleen Kuhnly in Times Square
    - From Carnegie to City Year
    After two days of intensive rehearsal, Kathleen Kuhnly ’16 walked onto the Carnegie Hall stage as part of the Maine Festival Chorus, fulfilling a dream she never expected would... Read More
  • 2016 Undergraduate Research Conference Photo Gallery
  • summer reads illustration
    - On the Bookshelf
    My Adventures with Your Money T.D. Thornton ’90, St. Martin’s Press Before there was Bernie Madoff or Lou Perlman there was George Graham Rice, the so-called Jackal of Wall Street... Read More