Since January, Alex Buckman ’19 has sat on the banks of the River Jordan, visited the Dead Sea, and seen Al-Maghtas, where it’s believed that Jesus was baptized by John the Baptist.
As a high school student, Michael Locke '18 said he never really broke out of his shell. He stuck with his friend group and didn’t have a strong desire to meet others, even here at UNH.
It all started with Rammstein, an industrial metal band from Germany, when Marissa Anderson ’18 was just about five years old.
Two weeks before Madison Pierce ’18 was to board a plane for Amman, Jordan, she was informed of a ban on travel to Egypt and Jordan — according to University policy, any countries with travel bans were off-limits.
“I like to be in the background, so a lot of people don’t really know what I do.” That quote represents the quiet but purposeful way that Jhenneffer Marcal ’18 has approached her UNH experience.
As a first year student, Hayley Forbes was excited to be on a college campus, surrounded by other students and with plenty of opportunities to socialize. But she pretty quickly realized that she wasn’t satisfied at the prospect of going to more parties;
Hannah knew she wanted to leave her home state of Maine for college and, with a nudge from her dad, applied to UNH.
Eden Suoth’s ’18 UNH story is not a romantic one, as he would say, but one of sacrifice and empowerment. It is an endeavor to help others better understand the human experience.
Chelsea Evankow ’18 came to campus and quickly found her niche – joining club lacrosse, going on Outdoor Adventure trips, and becoming a member of the Greek community.
Alexandria (Lexy) Hidrovo ’18 comes from the gritty town of Harrison, New Jersey. Her father told her in April of her first year at UNH that their family home was being auctioned off and they would be evicted.