College Letter 12/2016
The wine you serve at your holiday table is complex not just in flavor but in the blend of political, economic and social factors that bring it to your home.
’Tis the season for planning holiday parties, and as you make your shopping list and check it twice, it’s also worth thinking about why you’re choosing a particular wine, cheese or other seasonal treat. Are you the sort of host who springs for the most expensive wine to serve with dinner? Do you gravitate toward fresh ingredients when preparing a holiday meal, or do you entertain using whatever is available most cheaply and easily?
A history major and the theatre and dance department help a 300-year-old town come to life on stage.
Capturing the spirit of a 300-year-old community in a single play is no easy task. And so, when Stratham community members began making plans for a stage play to celebrate the town’s 300th anniversary, they knew collaboration would be vital.
A year-end roundup of selected scholarly and creative works by College faculty.
We in the College aren't the only ones celebrating the fine work of faculty this year. Three faculty books have appeared on prominent "Best of 2016" lists.
Recent news from the College of Liberal Arts.
Students create music for the Thompson Hall carillon and a mural for the library to celebrate UNH's sesquicentennial, new research finds white deaths exceed births in one-third of U.S. states, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention award $1.8 million grant to UNH for violence prevention, and more.