Beset by a trio of controversies — over the handling of attacks on a Libyan consulate, revenue agents targeting conservative groups and the Justice Department snooping on journalists — the country’s view of President Barack Obama looks to be set in concrete.
As global consumers demand more “green” technologies and advanced products, people living in areas where extraction of substances used to manufacture such products face increasing environmental and humanitarian devastation, according to a new analysis by Stacy VanDeveer, associate professor of political science at the University of New Hampshire.
At the recent 2013 Foreign Language Awards ceremony, held annually by the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, three French majors were recognized by the French faculty for excellence in the major: Ryan Evelyn, Molly Driscoll (pink top) and Madeleine Bennett (black top). Pictured here with Professor Claire-Lise Malarte-Feldman.
University of New Hampshire recent graduate Alex Freid ’13 has received the 2013 Samuel Huntington Public Service Award. The award, granted by National Grid, provides a $10,000 stipend for a graduating college senior to pursue one year of public service.
When Lauren Barton quietly delivers the play’s last line, “I love you, too,” the whole drama is upended. Her character’s steely will, which has flashed off and on throughout this one-act drama about bulimia, has now faced down her disease. Not with anger, but with insight.