UNH Magazine Spring 2018

Farewell: President Mark Huddleston ends an 11-year tenure that changed UNH for the better.
  • Kristin Waterfield Duisberg

    In This Issue ...

    Editor-in-chief Kristin Waterfield Duisberg previews the spring edition, which is all about transitions.  Read More
  • UNH President Mark Huddleston during Homecoming parade 2017

    Ready for What's Next

    Mark Huddleston, the University of New Hampshire's longest-serving president, prepares to step down. Read More
  • Coach Dick Umile and UNH hockey players in the locker room before a game

    Patriarch of the Puck

    Bench boss Dick Umile ’72 wraps a 28-year career that raised the national profile of Wildcat Hockey. Read More
  • UNH student Claire McCarthy '18 during a study abroad experience in Argentina

    Worldview

    From Thailand to Argentina and many places between, here's what the world looks like through the eyes of current Wildcats.  Read More
  • UNH graduate and composer Richard Alan White '58

    His Life's Work

    At 82, Richard Alan White saw his passion for music reach a pinnacle few attain. Read More
  • Karl Krecklow

    End of an Era

    For a certain generation of UNH alumni, Karl's Kitchen was as iconic a landmark as the Wildcat statue or Wagon Hill. Read More
  • Marty Hall '60

    Trailblazer

    Marty Hall ’60 heads into Hall of Fame. Read More
  • Lorraine Stuart Merrill '73

    Back to the Farm

    After years as New Hampshire's commissioner of agriculture, Lorraine Stuart Merrill gets back to work on the family farm.  Read More
  • Inside pages of the book "The Heavens Might Crack" by  aUNH history professor

    Required Reading

    Time to make your summer reading list: Try these books recently authored by UNH faculty and alumni. Read More
  • UNH swimming and diving team

    Back On Top

    In February, UNH swimming and diving captured its seventh America East Championship. Read More
UNH President Mark Huddleston during Homecoming parade 2017

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