Classics, Humanities and Italian Studies

Members of the Reproductive Freedom Fund of New Hampshire

A Summer in the Spotlight

Kaley Lambert ’24 found herself in a truly unique and distinctively rewarding position when she secured an internship with the Reproductive Freedom Fund of New Hampshire (RFFNH) this summer – just weeks before the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. Read More

Recent Stories

  • Always In Mind
    - Always In Mind
    More than a decade after his death in Afghanistan, this soldier's story continues to inspire recipients of the scholarship in his name. Read More
  • montage of faculty award winners
    - Crack Faculty
    COLA celebrates award-winning faculty in the College. Read More
  • Virginia Walsh ’21 sitting inside plane
    - True To Form
    When Virginia Walsh ’21 recently went to get some of her paintings framed for an upcoming exhibition, the art store employee couldn’t help but notice the skill in her landscapes... Read More
  • graphic image of Black History Month
    - Black History is American History
    “What we need is not a history of selected races or nations, but the history of the world void of national bias, race hate, and religious prejudice,” historian and author Carter... Read More
  • book cover montage
    - 2020 Books in COLA
    Take a look at a roundup of books published by College of Liberal Arts faculty. Read More
  • headshot
    - New Faculty in COLA
    Nine scholars join the ranks of College of Liberal Arts faculty. Click the images below to learn about these stellar new faculty. Read More
  • book cover montage
    - 2019 Books in COLA
    A roundup of books published by College of Liberal Arts faculty and staff. Read More
  • Katie Titus in archaelogy lab with Amy Michael and Greg McMahon
    - Joining the Team
    Faculty mentors help an undergraduate researcher make her mark at an archaeological dig site in Turkey. Read More
  • R. Scott Smith illustration
    - Not Everything Has to Be Practical for It to Be Important
    I AM AN ACCIDENTAL PROFESSOR. I come from a little place called Mechanicsville, Virginia. My mother was the only daughter of a woman who had 13 brothers and sisters. She raised me... Read More
  • Thompson Hall
    - Democracy Now!
    UNH and CCSNH collaborate to present a democracy-based exhibition Oct. 17. Read More