Learn about a student athlete who battles Crohn's Disease, a UNH Dairy student's daily life or the adventures of a student pilot. It's all in these videos created by UNH students in ENGL 712: Advanced/Multimedia Reporting class last semester.
Imagine traveling overseas to experience firsthand what it means to live and learn in another country. Two UNH students will do exactly that after receiving Critical Language Scholarships (CLS) from the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.
How Far Six Miles Can Take You: Tali Cherim’s Odyssey from Dover to Durham and Beyond
Tali Cherim has a healthy skepticism about the familiar. It’s what made her hesitate before deciding to come to the University to New Hampshire, and it’s what made her hesitate again before deciding to major in English.
English Literature major Gabrielle Scott has been named of on this year's recipients of the B. Thomas Trout Scholars Award. Ms. Scott is a Junior who will use the award to help defray the costs associated with her Summer 2018 study away experience in Dijon, France. When asked for her reaction to being named one of the recipients of this honor, Ms.
Poet Charles Simic will be the featured guest in the Kittery Art Association’s annual Mangion Memorial Poetry Celebration on Saturday, May 5, beginning with a public interview and craft talk with the poet from 3:00pm to 4:30pm in the afternoon, and the
“Journalists are in the unique position of having front row seats to history as it unfolds. Journalists also have the immense responsibility of holding those in positions of power accountable and, in my case, bringing visibility to LGBT rights activists and movements throughout the world.”