Recent Stories

  • Chanda Prescod-Weinstein looks at the camera in front of a painting
    - Literary Luminary
    The LA Times Book Prize in science and technology went to Chanda Prescod-Weinstein for "The Disordered Cosmos." Read More
  • Student receiving a haircut.
    - Bringing Cuts to Campus
    UNH will be hosting three barbers from Boston on April 19 who will offer free haircuts to students – catering to all hair types and styles – in a return to a diversity, equity and... Read More
  • Illustrated postcard of Italian landscape
    - Going Places
    When it came time to choose a college, Madison Hoppler ’24 opted for the financial security of the campus located practically in her backyard over a more focused pursuit of her... Read More
  • Ensemble Showcases African Drum and Dance
    - Ensemble Showcases African Drum and Dance
    The Akwaaba Traditional African Drum and Dance Ensemble performed a routine in the MUB Granite State Room on Friday, Feb. 18 as part of UNH's 2022 celebration of Black History... Read More
  • picture of Annette Gordon-Reed
    - Jefferson: Revolutionary, President and Visionary
    UNH hosts Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Annette Gordon-Reed for Rutman Lecture on April 7. Read More
  • Deqa Dhalac speaking at an event
    - Breaking Barriers
    Why not me? That’s the question Deqa Dhalac ‘13G posed to herself when she first began mulling over the decision to run for political office in 2018. Dhalac, a Somali American who... Read More
  • photo of mural
    - Hope is a Discipline
    Campus mural brings a splash of color and hope for social justice. Read More
  • Andrew Strzykalski
    - Opening Doors
    The first cohort of students is enrolled in the UNH-4U program, designed to open doors to a mostly traditional college experience that was previously closed to students with... Read More
  • A photo showing Deqa Dhalac, a graduate of the MCD program at the Carsey School.
    - CNN: A Maine city that's 90% White now has a Somali mayor
    Deqa Dhalac '13G, a graduate of the Master in Community Development program at the Carsey School and an immigrant from Somali, has recently become likely the first Somali-American... Read More
  • Image of people walking in a busy street
    - The Hill: More Americans living alone as milestones slip later in life
    In the previous decade, the number of Americans who live alone has jumped 4 million to 37 million one-person U.S. households in 2021 - representing 28 percent of all households... Read More