Cierra Dubinsky '17

Cierra Dubinsky '17's Articles

  • Assistant professor Tom Haines poses in front of dump trucks/

    A Quest to Explore Renewable Energy

    Tom Haines’ spring break was a bit out of the ordinary. During the course of 10 days in March, Haines trekked 50 miles across the Texas Panhandle and slept at local farms. He contacted a few farmers...
  • Cierra Dubinsky ’17

    My UNH: Best of Both Worlds

    We are fortunate to attend a university with so much to offer (and not to mention, an incredible location). Take advantage of it.
  • UNH students cheer at commencement.

    First Commencement in Wildcat Stadium

    It’s that time of year again: Spring is in the air; the weather is getting warmer; and graduation is right around the corner. This year’s commencement will be held in the new Wildcat Stadium. For the...
  • Two women sitting under a tree on a summer day at UNH

    Summer Session

    The dog days of summer are a great time to catch up or get ahead on credits, and UNH’s Summer Session has a lot to offer. Study wherever you please — online, on campus (all three) or abroad. Five-,...
  • UNH student Abby Lehner being told that her internship in Germany will be fully funded by The Make-A-Wish Foundation

    Make-A-Wish Funds UNH Student’s Study Abroad

    On Tuesday, March 21, while most of us went about our daily routines, one UNH student’s dreams came true. Abigail Lehner ’18, has always dreamt of traveling to Germany, and now, with the support from...
  • EcoQuest participants on a hike in New Zealand.

    The EcoQuest Experience

    Imagine exploring subtropical forests, sub-Antarctic mountains in the Southern Alps, snorkeling through a marine reserve in the Kaikoura Penisula, all while earning college credits. EcoQuest, one of...
  • Travis Nevins '17 poses with his guide dog Mathis at a UNH hockey game.

    The Pep Band's Dynamic Duo

    Tucked underneath the seat of Travis Nevins ’17 in the Whittemore Center Arena, sits the pep band’s furriest and most lovable member. Mathis the golden retriever, Nevins’ guide dog, attends every UNH...
  • white clam pizza at UNH harvest dinner

    (Local) Flavors of Fall

    Grilled swordfish with roasted tomatoes, anyone? Or how about lamb sliders? This year's harvest dinner event took "local" to a whole new level. 
  • President Barack Obama at UNH, November 2016

    Election Season Closes with Visit from None Other than the POTUS

    At 8 a.m. Monday, thousands of students and community members were already bundled, caffeinated and waiting outside the Whittemore Center in hopes of hearing from President Barack Obama.
  • UNH President Mark Huddleston speaking at an open forum

    Questions and Answers

    President and provost host public forum.
  • Small, purple flags cover the lawn outside of the Wolff House at UNH. There are 322 flags, each representing 10 students who have been affected by relationship abuse.

    Purple Flag Campaign

    UNH’s Sexual Harassment & Rape Prevention Program (SHARPP) is honoring Relationship Abuse Awareness Month with its Purple Flag Campaign. Here, Veronica Rose ’17, a SHARPP volunteer, helps promote...
  • Three UNH students pose in front of the Wildcat statue.

    Big Cat on Campus Turns 10

    The Wildcat Statue turns 10 years old this fall.
  • UNH student Katherine Bemis '17

    Sustainable You

    Katherine Bemis’s recycling bin is always overflowing, and she rarely fills a full trash bag. She bikes to class, is an active member of UNH’s Organic Gardening Club and has a compost pile outside...
  • Alicia Chevoor at Durham Farmers' Market

    Sampling a Superfruit

    The Durham Farmers' Market is typically quiet on a rainy afternoon, but on a recent Monday, it was abuzz. Customers were sampling a new fruit: the kiwiberry. That’s right. The kiwiberry. And it had...
  • Graphic of banned books

    The Right to Read

    “To Kill A Mockingbird,” “Gone With the Wind” and “Call of the Wild” were among the many once-banned classics on display at Dimond Library during Banned Books Week, an annual nationwide event that...
UNH student Cierra Dubinsky '17
Communications and Public Affairs