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  • University of New Hampshire welcome sign
    - The Alamire Consort - Music of Tudor England at the Time of Shakespeare
    The Alamire Consort will present a program entitled Music of Tudor England at the Time of Shakespeare in the courtyard reading room of Dimond Library on April 14, 2016 at 5:30 pm... Read More
  • Doug Lanier, UNH professor
    - Shakespeare at the Quad
    One fateful day in high school, Doug Lanier’s English teacher played a 1964 recording of Richard Burton performing Hamlet. When she dropped the needle on the record, she... Read More
  • UNH student Yussra Ebrahim outside Rudman on campus
    - A Journey to Peace
    The last time Yussra Ebrahim ’16 visited Iraq she was 8 years old. She thought it was a family vacation, a time to be together with relatives who lived an ocean away, and she... Read More
  • David Kaye, UNH professor of theatre.
    - David Kaye Named 2016 Lindberg Award Recipient
    David Kaye, professor of theatre, has been selected as the 2016 recipient of the Lindberg Award, given annually to the outstanding teacher-scholar in the College of Liberal Arts. Read More
  • Author Benoit Denizet-Lewis, who spoke recently at UNH, with his Labrador-Golden Retriever mix, Casey
    - From Sexuality to Abercrombie & Fitch
    Neither plummeting temps nor wind-blown snow could keep fans of great writing away from MUB Theatre I on Thursday evening, Feb. 11, as acclaimed author Benoit Denizet-Lewis... Read More
  • Elizabeth Girard '16 with presidential candidate Ben Carson at UNH
    - Talking Politics
    Elizabeth Girard '16 is a proud Republican from a family of Republicans, but even many who know her didn’t realize this until recently. Read More
  • UNH dance professor Assaf Benchetrit
    - Major Differences
     Assaf Benchetrit didn’t even make it through the interview at a computer software company before he knew it wasn’t for him. Not just the job, the career.   Matthew Leonard ’97 ‘... Read More
  • UNH theatre and dance students perform with Indonesian theatre company
    - Sematakaki
    Students in the UNH theatre and dance program collaborated with the world-renowned Papermoon Puppet Theatre to create an original production, Sematakaki, inspired by the gruesome... Read More
  • Isabelle Beagen '18
    - Changing Minds
    Falling for Ibsen  When Isabelle Beagen '18 read “A Doll’s House” by Henrik Ibsen in her freshman theatre history course, she fell in love.  “Ibsen is a writer in which every prop... Read More
  • Hannah Medovnikov '17
    - Four Undergrads Receive Study Abroad Scholarships
    Hannah Medovnikov '17 is one of four UNH students to have received a Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship for spring semester study abroad. Medovnikov will travel to... Read More