Consent is at the center of many SHARPP presentations. It is also at the center of every sexual experience that is not assault.
Registration for UNH summer youth programs is now open.
Ken Johnson, at the University of New Hampshire’s Carsey School of Public Policy, said the increase in rural America came in two types of communities: those that are adjacent to larger cities, and those that have become hubs for outdoor recreation.
Rural America’s net growth came from rural counties that are adjacent to metropolitan areas, Ken Johnson said in his report. Those counties gained 46,000 residents, while nonmetro counties that don’t touch a metro area lost 9,000 residents.
UNH's second Unity Day is set for May 4.
English professor Douglas Lanier explores "Timon of Athens" in a new edition of Shakespeare’s play.
Master of Fine Arts candidate Tom Gross is living the writing dream.
Not only has he garnered a book contract with Rutgers University Press, but he’s also awaiting the second staging of a musical he wrote — "Crazy World," based on the life of Julie Andrews — at The Music Hall Loft in Portsmouth, Thursday, April 25, through Sunday, April 28.
New research shows a decline among some of the wild bees that pollinate important New England fruit crops.