UNH hockey fans are ruthless. That’s a good thing. Home games are always packed with fans cheering a range of wonderfully inappropriate chants to pump their team up to victory.
If your passion for hockey extends beyond the stadium, this week’s course may be for you. KIN 444b (HO1) is a course dedicated to the history, culture and industry surrounding the game of hockey.
This course is designated as honors, so expect a decent sized workload. There’s a good amount of reading, but if you like the subject matter (hockey, history, culture) that’s no big deal.
Sports and history buffs will appreciate access to hockey records and resources from the special archives section of the Dimond library. Over all it’s a fresh, interesting course with fun subject matter. Worth looking into to cover your historical discovery requirement.
If you’ve had a good experience with other courses, go ahead and drop the course name and a quick explanation for why it belongs in the series in a comment. If you disagree with the selection, or had a bad experience, I’d like to hear about that too.