If this were any other year, we wouldn’t be talking about plans to reopen UNH in the fall. It would never have closed. During any other summer, campus would be teeming with activity as a mix of students attended classes and sports camps and youth enrichment programs.
A new marketplace of short-term projects for students and recent alumni.
When Julian Maduro ’21 says she grew up around books, she is speaking both figuratively and literally.
According to Carsey School Senior Demographer Ken Johnson, "Americans should expect more discussions about race in rural regions" as nonwhite populations continue to grow there through domestic migration. Similiarly, Black Lives Matter protests and related movements will expectedly increase in presence in rural America as well, influenced by the growth in nonwhite resident populations in these areas.
Get to know Alyssa Lombardi '21, one of our Mentor Ambassadors for Transfer Engagement (MATEs) who helps incoming transfers adjust to the academic, cultural and social climate at UNH Manchester.