The University of New Hampshire 3 O'Clock Jazz Band, a student ensemble, has released a CD called "A Time for Celebration." It was recorded in the Paul Creative Arts Center on November 24, 2015 and was edited, produced and directed by assistant professor of music Nathan Jorgensen.
In the wake of news that the image of Andrew Jackson will move to the back of the $20 bill, with Harriet Tubman soon to grace the front, UNH historian Jess Lepler was interviewed for "The Washington Post" about Andrew Jackson's aversion to paper currency.
In September of 1946, Professor Duane Whittier was a freshman here at UNH. He was one of the very first occupants of Engelhardt Hall. His first 2 weeks of his freshmen year he spent sleeping on the gym floor of New Hampshire Hall, because Engelhardt had not yet been finished in time for occupancy.
The following findings, released over the course of the past week, are based on the latest WMUR Granite State Poll, conducted by the University of New Hampshire Survey Center. Six hundred and twenty-one (621) randomly selected New Hampshire adults were interviewed by landline and cellular telephone between April 7 and April 17, 2016. The margin of sa
The Undergraduate Research Conference Naked Arts - Creativity Exposed (Act II) event on Thursday brought poets, painters and playwrights to the Paul Creative Arts Center, where they presented their artistic research endeavors before an audience in the Museum of Art.