Keith Testa

Keith Testa's Articles

  • Alexandra Vergara ’23

    Setting The Stage For Success

    Alexandra Vergara ’23 didn’t find herself until she started pretending to be other people.
  • The Story Books Tell

    The Story Books Tell

    Julian Maduro ’21 grew up surrounded by books, but remembers that only one of them had a character of color. Now, she's turning that memory into meaningful research.  
  • Julian Maduro ’21

    Character Counts

    When Julian Maduro ’21 says she grew up around books, she is speaking both figuratively and literally.
  • You Are Always on Our Minds
  • Atrium in Paul College

    A Wealth of Support

    Like many others, when the severity and scope of the COVID-19 pandemic began to sink in several weeks ago and businesses throughout New Hampshire and the country began to shut down or significantly...
  • Student studying at kitchen table with her dog on a chair

    Routine Maintenance

    Molly George’s new neighbor in class doesn’t say much, tends to have a short attention span and is easily distracted by objects that make noise. She also happens to be a 10-year-old pug mix named...
  • Norbu Tenzing Norgay ’86

    A Lofty Legacy

    It could seem intimidating to grow up with a father whose legacy is essentially as large as the highest mountain peak on Earth. Instead, Norbu Tenzing Norgay ’86 has fully embraced it.
  • UNH students pose in classroom

    UNH Students Assist Farmington, NH with Downtown Revitalization Efforts

    Town's Economic Development Committee benefits from outside perspective of key demographic. 
  • John and Diane Foley

    Life After Jimmy

    AS DIANE AND JOHN FOLEY ’70 settle into the bright and airy living room of their Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, home on a breezy, blue-skied August morning — Diane seated on the end of a semi-circular...
  • ski captain

    Making Trails His Trade

    Ben Allen ’19 has his mother’s concern for his whereabouts to thank for his initial introduction to skiing. After graduating last spring with a degree in sports studies, Allen is now taking the first...
  • 20 Years of What Ifs

    20 Years of What Ifs

    UNH's URC, now in its 21st year, is about much more than mice and test tubes.
  • Samantha Holmes '00


    UNH hockey star Samantha Holmes ’00 has been fighting for the women's game since childhood.
  • Jim Diehl '76

    Kind of a Big Diehl

    Jim Diehl ’76 was not under the impression he was part of a sporting revolution when he began playing competitive Ultimate Frisbee.
  • Logan Malone '19

    The Worth of Walkability

    Logan Malone's research explores pedestrian-centric streets' impact on home values.
  • Operation Hat Trick emblem

    Hat Trick Hits a Milestone

    OHT recently crossed the $1 million threshold in donations made to help injured service members.
  • country flags that hang in the MUB

    Destination: Chile, Tanzania and Beyond

    Six UNH students have been named Gilman Scholars and will study on four continents this spring and summer.
  • UNH School of Law in Concord, NH

    UNH Law Earns National Recognition

    UNH Law ranked sixth in the nation for IP expertise, 85th overall.
  • Protecting Innovation

    Protecting Innovation

    Founded by an avid inventor, UNH Law leads in intellectual property law
  • UNH Law students and faculty

    Ahead of the Curve

    Rick Weeks ’12 JD stepped off the sidewalk outside the University of New Hampshire School of Law and folded his 6-foot-3 frame into the passenger seat of classmate John Fuentes’s MINI Cooper, bracing...
  • UNH Law's Calvin Massey

    Honoring Calvin Massey

    UNH Law has announced the creation of a scholarship in memory of Daniel Webster Distinguished Professor of Law Calvin Massey.
  • UNH Law students
  • UNH School of Law basketball play driving to the hoop

    Court Time

    UNH School of Law students competed against teams from other law schools at a recent tournament in Springfield, Mass.
  • Peter King with Michael McCann

    King Among Students

    Sports Illustrated national football writer Peter King — described by professor Michael McCann of the UNH School of Law as perhaps the most influential football writer in the country — is used to...
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