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Voices of Wildcats: Ralph Cox '79

Ralph Cox, University of New Hampshire class of '79, talks about his career in hockey and how being an athlete has helped in life after the sport. Read More

Recent Stories

  • Mark Lenzi '97
    - Home to Heal
    ILLUSTRATION BY ELIZABETH ROSENMore than the pounding headaches and light sensitivity, the nausea and the trouble sleeping, it was the short-term memory loss that concerned Mark... Read More
  • Jennifer Higgins-Pitre
    - Volunteer Spotlight: Jenn Higgins Pitre ’95 ’05G
    For more than 25 years — since my undergraduate days — I have been a cheerleader for UNH in every sense of the word. This institution, with its natural beauty, talented faculty... Read More
  • Smithies Reunion
    - A Shared Experience
    For many alumni, what connects them most closely to UNH isn’t necessarily their graduating class — it’s a shared experience in a residence hall, student group, major, athletics or... Read More
  • Glenn Delgado '84
    - Watcher of the Skies
    The night sky has special meaning for Glenn Delgado ’84, associate administrator in the Office of Small Business Programs at NASA. When he gazes up and knows the International... Read More
  • Megan Taft '01
    - Filling Bellies
    Megan Taft ’01 came to UNH from suburban Connecticut knowing what she didn’t want: a career in a cubicle. She immediately joined an outdoor education class for a week of... Read More
  • Elle Purrier '18
    - Next Stop, Tokyo?
    Last year, she was the best in the country. This year, she’s among the best in the world. In October, Elle Purrier ’18 finished out her rookie year as a professional runner with a... Read More
  • James Nassikas '52
    - In Memoriam: James Nassikas ’52
    James Nassikas ’52 built his career as a hotelier on a meticulous attention to detail and passion for high-end customer experiences and luxury service. Jim’s son Bill says the... Read More
  • Cathy Coakley ’72, ’75G
    - In Memoriam: Cathy Coakley ’72, ’75G
    Worn-out uniforms. Minimal publicity. Half-court hoops played before mostly empty bleachers. These were the facts of life for many female basketball players prior to the enactment... Read More
  • Sam Coffey '14
    - In Memoriam: Sam Coffey ’14
    Mention Sam Coffey ’14 to just about anyone who knew him, and chances are you’ll hear one of two things, seemingly contradictory at first blush, but ultimately in absolute... Read More
  • YES Africa Malawi participants doing the ropes course at The Browne Center
    - Just say YES
    For 10 days over the summer break Durham was abuzz with activity as 17 youth sports leaders from Malawi, Africa, were on campus for an intensive exchange program focusing on... Read More