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A monthly e-newsletter highlighting public events, news and features from UNH Durham.



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Poet Donald Hall.

Poetry and prose

Honoring former Poet Laureate Donald Hall

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Student chefs prepare plates for the Fall Gourmet DInner at Paul College.

Dining out

Fall Gourmet Dinner returns

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The Music Hall in Portsmouth will host a showcase of student work in November. In this picture, several students in costume perform a scene on stage.

Celebrating the arts

Student showcase on Music Hall stage

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Local Events

Through Dec. 15

Two exhibits, featuring recipients of the prestigious Piscataqua Region Artist Advancement Grant and photographs by Stephen DiRado.

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Nov. 1-5

Shrek the ogre and his donkey sidekick embark on a quest to rescue the princess Fiona and win back Shrek’s swamp.

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Nov. 2

Tour the new Community Literacy Center on the Durham campus and find out about upcoming programs and ways to get involved.

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Nov. 3

Head to 3S Artspace in Portsmouth for the reception for David Katz’s clay installation, “Flextime,” on view through Nov. 14.

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Nov. 3

Martin England and the Reconstructed play a benefit concert for the Swipe it Forward program.

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Nov. 6

An evening of jazz led by the legendary composer, arranger, lyricist, producer and tenor saxophonist Benny Golson.

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Nov. 6-10

This workshop designed for those interested in the craft brewing industry, culminating in the inaugural NH Craft Brew Conference.

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Nov. 7

Eric Lu, one of the finest pianists of the younger generation, will perform works by Mozart, Schubert, Brahms and Chopin.

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Nov. 13

UNH Music welcomes jazz pedal steel guitarist Jim Cohen.

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ADDITIONAL PERFORMANCES

Nov. 14

A panel discussion presented by the NH International Seminar, moderated by James Ramsay, professor of security studies.

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Nov. 14

Ordained minister and retired professor of historical theology Martin Rumscheidt talks about the impact of his father’s complicity in the Holocaust.

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Nov. 15

Learn all about lobsters at the Gundalow Company’s next Piscataqua Science Café at the Portsmouth Brewery.

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Nov. 16

The film “Food Evolution” explores the debate surrounding plant breeding approaches, including genetic engineering and related methods.

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Nov. 16

Fred Marchant’s new poetry collection, “Said Not Said,” has been described as a "sublime and subtle collection."                           

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Nov. 17

Explore developing partnerships in big data and the growing intersection between the analytics industry and higher ed.

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Nov. 29-Dec. 3

Original works by students awarded the John. C. Edwards Undergraduate Prize are produced and performed.

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Dec. 1

Find cool and creative stuff made by UNH students, staff and faculty at this annual event.

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