Mylinda Woodward '97

Mylinda Woodward '97's Articles

  • John F. Kennedy speaking in New Hampshire Hall

    Window of Opportunity

    On March 7, 1960, one day before the New Hampshire presidential primary, Massachusetts Senator John F. Kennedy arrived at UNH to deliver a speech in New Hampshire Hall.  Lou D’Allesandro ’61...
  • Ed and Mary Scheier - UNH

    Feats of Clay

    They may have made their name as potters, but famed New Hampshire artists Edwin and Mary Scheier dabbled in everything from puppetry to tattoo work on their road to success. 
  • Hamilton Smith Industry Mural
  • Female students outside academic building in blue jeans (dungarees)
  • cow judging

    In a Class by Himself

    Eighteen-year-old Charlie Hood was in a hay field on his father's Derry, N.H., dairy farm when a stranger approached him with an unusual opportunity: a chance to earn a college degree.
  • train wreck in Durham

    Train Wreck

    Machine shop janitor Augustus Stevens was in Hewitt Hall, finishing preparations for the biennial visit of the state Legislature, when he heard it: the high-speed rumble of an approaching train. 
  • UNH historic image
  • Pete Seegar playing at UNH in 1966

    The Way We Were: In 1966 a Mob Tried to Stop a Peaceful Protest

    On April 21, 1966, a mob of 2,000 students tried to stop 20 members of the New England chapter of the Committee for Non-Violent Action from holding a half-hour silent vigil in front of the Memorial...
  • University of New Hampshire welcome sign

    The Way We Were: Movie Night

    In 1916, President Fairchild arranged some free entertainment for the college in the form of moving pictures. 
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