Recent Stories

  • UNH students in spin room during presidential candidates debate
    - Best Assignment Ever?
    What’s it like to be here when presidential candidates come to campus for a nationally televised debate just before the New Hampshire primary? That’s what UNH Today asked... Read More
  • Karen Andreas '88, Jane Harrigan and David Olson '92
    - A Quiver of Quill Awards
    When longtime former professor Jane Harrigan received the Yankee Quill Award in October for contributions to New England journalism, she joined a procession of UNH Quill winners,... Read More
  • Making TNH
    - Making TNH
    Twice a week it lands on a counter near you. It’s The New Hampshire, UNH’s student newspaper. Meet the journalists who log long hours to pull it together for publishing. Read More
  • soldier greeting children
    - Scenes From the Frontlines
    Nathan Webster’s images of soldiers in Iraq are part of the Conflict Zone exhibit at Dimond Library. The exhibit runs now through March 6. English instructor Nathan Webster knows... Read More
  • Melissa Proul working on a story
    - A Newsworthy Event Inspires a Career in News
    Twelve seconds changed Melissa Proulx’s life.  Twelve seconds. That’s how much time passed between the detonation of the first and the second bomb at last year’s Boston Marathon.... Read More
  • breanna edelstein and ericka depervil with camera
    - Tools of the Trade
    Breanna Edelstein ’14 (left) shares shots with Ericka Dupervil ’14 as they create a video for the 45-minute Film Festival in Tom Haines’s class. Journalism has gone online, and... Read More
  • chris outcalt
    - Q&A With Writer Chris Outcalt ’06
    The Donald Murray Visiting Journalist will discuss his career as a magazine writer and share his experiences with journalism students during his weeklong visit beginning April 8. Read More
  • author jack gray
    - Meet the Absolutely Not Famous Jack Gray '02
    The CNN producer and humorous author of Pigeon in a Crosswalk: Tales of Anxiety and Accidental Glamour recalls his days as a student with a a nose for the news and a taste for MUB... Read More
  • natalie jacobson with students
    - Boston Alumni Chapter Executive Forum
    UNH Boston Alumni Executive Forum with Natalie Jacobson ’65 VIEW MORE PHOTOS >>   Natalie's story of how UNH provided a foundation for her career, which led her to become... Read More
  • Merhawi Wells_Bogue in Ethiopia with ethiopians
    - Unfinished Business
    As a child, Merhawi Wells-Bogue ’13 supported his siblings as a street vendor in Mekelle, Ethiopia. Today, he’s making a documentary film he hopes will shed light on and bring... Read More