The Red Tower
The Red Tower on Main Street in Durham, N.H. was built by the Rev. John Blydenburgh in the early 19th century. It was radically expanded and renovated by one of the University's earliest benefactors, Hamilton Smith II, and since the late 1940s, it has been a home for hundreds of UNH students. In its glory days the estate reached 70 acres to the banks of the Oyster River and was one of the jewels of New Hampshire's Gilded Age. VIEW SLIDESHOW >>
The Sound of Music
Ethan Brown '14 hasn't been playing saxophone much longer than his students—he just picked up the instrument last fall. Brown has been playing guitar since he was his students' age, however, and has found that being a relative newcomer to the sax helps him to engage his students at their level.
Professor Mark DeTurk has been bringing UNH and Oyster River elementary school students together for 23 years. VIEW SLIDESHOW AND VIDEO >>
Ghana Journey Inspires Nursing Students
Jennifer Lyon was among 15 UNH nursing students who took a J-Term course in Ghana.
A class's tour of health clinics in rural West African villages provides insights that enlighten. VIEW SLIDESHOW >>
An Inside Look at the UNH MUB
The University of New Hampshire's Memorial Union Building or MUB is a busy place all day long. Take an inside look at some of what's going on.
University of New Hampshire senior Tom Gounley combines running and juggling into Joggling! He finished the 2012 Boston marathon in 3:52:53, while joggling the entire route.
UNH Hockey - On the Road
The University of New Hampshire Men's Hockey team traveled to a tournament in Colorado over the Thanksgiving break. Take a behind the scenes look at what it's like for the team on the road.
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Videos produced by UNH Video Productions. Slideshows created by New and Emerging Media.