French Club in front of Thompson Hall

Manger de la Poutine

The UNH French Club supports New Hampshire Francophone culture at PoutineFest. Read More

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  • illustration of trees, people, a rainbow, buildings, rain, clouds, and technology on top of a globe with eyes
    - New Angles on Old Problems
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    - In Honor of His Grandmother
    David Sharkey's next stop is a high shool in Madrid, Spain. Read More
  • UNH associate professor of anthropology Meghan Howey
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    - How Now Wildcats
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    - Indigenous New Hampshire
    When it comes to telling the stories of indigenous people in New Hampshire, the “official” history — found on historical site markers, in textbooks and on public murals, among... Read More
  • Andrew Abrams
    - The Conundrum of Global Trade
    Five student panelists tackle global economic topics. Read More
  • photo of Kei Saito
    - Juvenile Justice?
    Though well-intentioned, the laws targeting sex offenders have done little to achieve the intended effect of making children safer, according to sociology graduate student Kei... Read More
  • UNH associate professor of English Delia Malia Caparoso Konzett
    - Hawaii on Film
    A new book by associate professor of English Delia Malia Caparoso Konzett examines Hollywood's fascination with the Pacific.  Read More
  • Ellen Fitzpatrick
    - Outstanding Teacher-Scholar
    Ellen Fitzpatrick is the 2017 recipient of the COLA Lindberg Award. Read More
  • Laurel Thatcher Ulrich '80 Ph. D.
    - Well-Behaved Women Seldom Make History
    The history of International Women’s Day was built on the shoulders of those who supported women garment workers in New York City in 1909, and the 100 attendees of a women’s... Read More