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  • UNH professor Larry Hamilton
    - Climate Change Cooperation
    Leaders from across the globe have convened in Paris for COP21, the United Nations’ climate summit, where they are working toward a “strong climate agreement.” Here at UNH,... 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
  • cornucopia at UNH local harvest dinner
    - A Season of Feasting
    Thanksgiving’s arrival this week ushers in a month of holiday celebrations and a season of tables laden with some of the most delicious and decadent foods New England has to offer... Read More
  • UNH researcher and plant developer Brent Loy
    - The Menu Makers
    As New Englanders sit down to give thanks this week, their Thanksgiving tables may be filled with an abundant supply of delicious, locally grown foods thanks, in part, to... Read More
  • N.H. Rep. Patricia Lovejoy
    - (Not Quite) A Woman’s World
    When New Hampshire Rep. Janet Wall bought a house, it was her husband’s name that appeared on the mortgage. When she applied for a credit card after becoming the breadwinner of... 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
  • UNH alumna Erica Tamposi '14 making the film Extended Release
    - Art as a Weapon
    New Hampshire is dealing with a public health crisis of epic proportion. In 2014, 326 people died from drug overdoses, due in part to a spike in heroin and opioid use. The numbers... Read More
  • Mosaic created in UNH class called "Stressed Out"
    - The Wonders of Worry
    Shyla Gregory ‘17, like many college students, knows what it’s like to worry. Between classes, studying, a job and balancing relationships, she says, “We don’t realize how much we... Read More