College Letter November, 2013
A UNH history student and his father make a documentary about the most famous speech in American history--the Gettysburg Address.
What started out as a father-son quest to view all five copies of the Gettysburg Address during 2013, the 150th anniversary of the address, has turned into a historical documentary project for a first-year student who is majoring in history and hopes to have a career as a documentary filmmaker. [Read more]
College faculty members are recognized for uncommon dedication in and out of the classroom.
Each year, the University of New Hampshire selects a small number of its outstanding faculty for special recognition of their achievements in teaching, scholarship, and service. Five College faculty members have been chosen this year to receive these prestigious awards. [Read more]
Responses to the assassination of a president.
Fifty years ago this month, President John F. Kennedy was shot and killed in Dallas, Texas. While the media is exhaustively revisiting the events of that fateful day, members of the university community are replaying memories that seem quite fresh, despite the intervening years. [Read more]