Arts

hand and quill tree sculpture
The windstorm that took down all but the base of one of the Durham campus’ towering trees didn’t spell its end. Read More
UNH graduate and composer Richard Alan White '58
At 82, Richard Alan White saw his passion for music reach a pinnacle few attain. Read More

Recent Stories

  • UNH professor R. Scott Smith
    - Modern Mythology
    “The Force. It’s calling to you. Just let it in.” So ends the official trailer for “Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens,” and countless moviegoers are planning to do just... Read More
  • UNH student's photo in Belize
    - Building Rome and Finding the Perfect Career
    College can be crazy busy, with students attending an average of four classes per semester, participating in student organizations and athletics, working and often balancing both... Read More
  • Portsmouth filmmaker Michael Venn '96
    - Documenting the Problem
    This is the fifth article in our series exploring how UNH alumni, faculty and students are tackling the heroin and opioid epidemic that has hit New Hampshire and many other parts... Read More
  • Cardinal sculpture
    - Big Bird
    There’s a new bird on the Durham campus, nesting on a plot of lawn off Main Street near the Health Services building. “Cardinal,” a powder-coated steel, eight-foot-tall sculpture... Read More
  • The Life of Images cover
    - UNH Magazine Fall 2015 Book Reviews
    Whippoorwill A New Hampshire teenager tries to save an abused dog Sixteen-year-old Clair Taylor lives in a house that has a junk-filled bathtub on its weedy lawn. She hates that... Read More
  • From Durham to Dijon and Many Points Between
    - From Durham to Dijon and Many Points Between
    Claire Malarte-Feldman, professor of French in the College of Liberal Arts and international children's literature researcher, received the 2015 Excellence in International... Read More
  • UNH professor David Kaye
    - The Art of Humanity
    In the hour before professor David Kaye, chair of the theatre and dance department, would take the stage and perform his one-man play “How I Brought Peace to the Middle East?” at... Read More
  • UNH opera program
    - Singing for Their Supper
    The sounds of several operas and musicals drifted from the Paul Creative Arts Center on two enchanted evenings this past weekend. Read More
  • UNH Thompson School student and chef
    - What's Cooking?
    They say timing is everything, and that certainly was true this week when UNH Today staff stopped by to see Thompson School chef Julienne Guyette in the Barton Hall kitchen. We... Read More
  • corsets and bustles on display at UNH museum
    - Women of Bone and Steel: Stays on Display at University Museum
    Preserved corsets from the 18th through 20th centuries are lining the walls of the University Museum on the ground floor of Dimond Library, chronicling more than 200 years of... Read More