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Hey COVID: The Show Went On

Hey COVID: The Show Went On

The lights went out on Broadway in March, around the same time that theater students at UNH learned their own live performances and in-person classes were being canceled. Read More

Recent Stories

  • Julian Maduro ’21
    - Character Counts
    When Julian Maduro ’21 says she grew up around books, she is speaking both figuratively and literally. Read More
  • Thompson Hall
    - Mellon Grant
    UNH is part of a consortium awarded a Mellon Grant to expand the Faculty of Color Working Group. Read More
  • Ronelle Tsheila '21
    - Early Activism
    Ronelle Tshiela ’21 has a friend who never drives with anything in his pockets. He keeps his license and registration on the dashboard so if he gets stopped by the police he doesn... Read More
  • Students in Caitlin Mills course on daydreaming
    - Boring It's Not
    A course in the science of daydreaming got Lauren Flynn ’20 thinking about the creativity that can bloom when our minds are free to wander. That led to a research position in the ... Read More
  • headshot
    - Book Prize
    UNH history professor Lucy Salyer receives a prestigious international book award. Read More
  • sign that reads: Black Lives Matter
    - "We Must All Protest"
    In a 1967 speech, Martin Luther King, Jr. said, “A riot is the language of the unheard.” He went on to ask what America had failed to hear.  Read More
  • drawing of people of different colors pointing angrily at each other
    - The Play's the Thing (Police Chief Magazine)
    Police chief David Kurz and theatre professor David Kaye join forces to confront bias in police departments. Read More
  • Image of student on a laptop coding
    - Getting Down to Business
    Job hunting amidst COVID-19 isn’t just a challenge for recent graduates and internship-seekers on the frontlines of today’s economy. It’s also a priority for the career team... Read More
  • Capturing Moments
    - Capturing Moments
    A sports season cut short. A personal story of cancer. Beer going bad. The nuances of hiking during COVID-19. These are just a few of the stories students told when asked to... Read More
  • Kikori cofounders Kendra Bostick and Bryn Lottig
    - Education, Textbooks and Recycling
    An app designed for educators to help them use experiential and social-emotional learning activities in their classrooms took first place in the 32nd Holloway Competition held... Read More