There's no telling where students and professors will go for research—and what they'll discover along the way
They Simply Refused to Fail:
Schoolchildren in the Dominican Republic needed clean water. UNH engineering students knew how to make it happen.
UNH alumni at the top of the horse racing world share a love of raw speed—and refined horses
Now We're Cooking:
UNH interns help show that homemade food is better and cheaper
Brent Loy has introduced hundreds of plants to their perfect mates—and the birds and the bees had nothing to do with it.
After a devastating accident, a couple supports the group that helped their son cope.
Larry Mayer and his team of ocean-mapping researchers are unlocking the mysteries hidden by the world's oceans.
For Ed Tillinghast, arachnids are an object of investigation—and affection
The Rebound Team:
UNH basketball legend Robin Dixon '83 helps at-risk kids change their game plan—before it's too late.
Matching Memories & Dreams:
A spring scholarship appeal raises nearly $1 million for UNH's neediest students
Pranks a Million:
Inventive students have been playing practical jokes for nearly 150 years
Entrepreneurs tackle--and overcome--the odds
Are New England sugar maples in trouble? A citizen scientist goes in search of answers.
Out Front: UNH's first gay student group
paved the way for the rest of the country
Hidden Depths: Fred Bavendam '70 dives all over the world photographing the secrets of the seas.
Launch Pad: Young alumni entrepreneurs
follow their dreams
Real New Hampshire: Farmer Steve Taylor '62 is known
for his wit, his common sense--and his list
Mountain Men: Recruited as soldiers on skis, they were considered gadabouts--and then they fought the Germans.
Humble Hero: Can the oyster really save our rivers and bays?
The Big Picture: For many students, one of the
best parts of college is studying abroad
An Uncharted Path: Jacalyn Colburn '82, '96JD knows
that on occasion, true justice calls for something else
On Call: Nancy Kinner '80G, '83G is the go-to source for oil spill expertise
Letting Go: Quitting dance was the best thing Laura Halzack '03 ever did
The Battle for Books: Capt. Jeremiah Ellis '02 sets out to reopen a school in Afghanistan closed by the Taliban
Stories of Giving: Excerpts from the 2009-'10 Honor Roll of Donors
Broadway Bround: UNH theater students learn how to get a foot in the door
Riot Act: In May of 1970 the Chicago Three came to speak at UNH
Be Still My Heart: Decades after a kayaking accident, a survivor struggles to come to terms with the tragedy
Characters All: Gerald M. Carbone '82 is the winner of UNH Magazine's Fiction Contest
High Hopes: World-class athletes recruited by UNH's Northeast Passage
Wage Peace, Not War: When it comes to strife, why does history keep repeating itself?
Extreme Volunteering: A reality TV show builds a new house for a needy family
Call to Action: A World War II fitness program ended up in the limelight
The New Hampshire Touch: A new tradition for freshmen is born
Flower Power: The Huntingtons run the state's largest horticultural business
Lessons From Loss: Struck by tragedy, a UNH couple seek to pass on what they've learned
Bird's Eye View: The Hubbards have a vision: every worthy student should have access to education
And Then There Were Seven: Five siblings in search of a home find their way to a second chance
The Future of Fishing
: UNH researchers work on how to keep fish from disappearing from our oceans
: What is driving the cost of higher education?
Nothing More Surprising
: UNH helps Celia Thaxter's historic garden bloom on Appledore Island
: Equestrians win big on horses they never met
: Could algae blooms in lakes cause neurodegenerative disease?
: Chance meetings that changed lives
: Smithsonian's new exhibit: "Science on a Sphere"
Beware the Underdogs
: UNH football is the story of underdogs and late bloomers
: Judge Jimmie Moore '72 turned his life around and is now helping others
: UNH professors talk about the economy
: Studying in art-steeped Italy, UNH students visit museums, see the mastersNand then paint Roman ruins, graffiti-covered walls and sun-drenched hillsides.
Buried Treasure: What a UNH professor and his students find out about ancient civilizations in Turkey may tell us more about our own
For the Love of Birds: Susan Schubel '84 has spent 20 years helping to bring back rare seabirds.
Seed Money: With a gift of $25 million, Peter T. Paul '67 creates a business-college challenge.
A Matter of Common Sense
: If we don't take care of the earth, and our culture, who will?
: Ed Lyman '88G employs old whaling techniques to release humpbacks from lines and nets.
: While most people are fleeing from a hurricane, Jason Dunion '92 flies toward it.
There For You
: For Michele Lovell Loos '90, '06G, good nursing is a matter of life and death.
Turning the Tide
: Brazilian reporters ask a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, 'How can we stop the killing?'
The Professor Who Fell Out the Window: Alumni remember their
The First Lady of Flying Saucers
: Barney and Betty Hill '58 stopped to look at a strange light on a dark New Hampshire road. Their lives were never the same.
: Time for a break from endless studying? There's no shortage of options at UNH.
: Research gives hope for an end to bullying behavior.
Flying Start: The new UNH president charts an ambitious course.
This Stranger, My Son
: She gave up her child for adoption when she was 16. Now she would meet him for the first time
: Charles Simic grew up in war-torn Belgrade, has a passion for sausage, and spins surreal worlds out of words. He's the nation's newest Poet Laureate.
Minds Over Matter:
Students apply the principles of "biopotential" in a quest to achieve human potential
Repeat After Me
: Uncovering new knowledge about memory.
Uncommon Commencement: Two presidents give the Class of 2007 a memorable send-off
Second Act: Why have just one career when you can have two?
Out of the Ballpark: What are top athletes really like? Ask Jackie MacMullan '82
Heart Leaves of Lilac: Professor emeritus Owen Rogers' quest for the perfect lilac
On Thin Ice: Arctic glaciers are melting at an accelerating rate
The Unexpected Congresswoman: They said it couldn't be done. Carol Shea-Porter '74, '79G disagreed.
The Green Team: UNH harnesses a new kind of power to the people
All Music, All the Time: The halls are alive with the sounds of music
A Life, Shared: Donald M. Murray, 1924-2006
Witness to War: Zach Bazzi '07 agreed to film his tour of duty in Iraq
Extreme Makeover: At 113, T-Hall is feeling its age
Ten Things Everyone Should Know About Aging: Experts and alumni talk about growing older
Grape Ardor: Peter Paul '67 learns the art and science of winemaking
Cents and Sensibility: Ben Thompson's story of secrecy, love and outrage
Into the Woods: Forestry still atrracts students driven by an age-old passion
Digital Dimond: Are books passe in
the electronic age?
Street Smart: Bill Stewart '73 decided the
killing had to stop in Boston
The Funny Pages: Cartoons through the decades
from The New Hampshire
Volcano Songs: Volcanoes produce low-frequency
sound that carries a message
New Kids on the Block: They made it to UNHN will
they make it their first year?
The Skinny on Fat: If biology got us into this fix,
perhaps brains can get us out
The Lure of Tuckerman: Generations of UNHers have made
"Tucks" their own
Becoming John Irving: Two professors lead
to a happy ending
The Real New England An encyclopedia proves the
tourist brochures wrong
Space Rocks!: UNH physicists and students want
to know how the universe works
Brave New World: The Shoals meet
Suite Success: Behind the scenes of
the world's big hotels
The Not-So-Elusive Modern Moose: They're back. Now what?
Graduating into the Real World, Armed: R.O.T.C. cadets
The Best Words: Poetry by alumni and members
of the UNH faculty
View Finder: A professor's device may help
doctors see inside the lungs.
Planting Hope: Florence Reed '90 seeks to help
both farmers and the rain forest
Campus Compass: Keep it old, make it new,
and do something about parking
The Write Way: Donald Graves started a revolution
by watching young children write
Air Heads: UNH scientists are trying
to understand the air we breathe
Spreading the Net: Suicide may be this country's most
ignored cause of death
Eight Days a Week: Only love could make restaurant
owners work so hard
Nobody's Diva Opera is fun, says Barbara Bonney
'78, '00H. It's golf that's hard
Small Science: To boldly go where
no eye has gone before
Gifted: Who would give away their most
precious piece of art?
Classroom with a View: Studying New Zealand is like
studying another planet.
Crustaceans with Attitude: The lowly lobster is
Friends for Life: A college roomate's gift.
Connected by Courage: An extraordinary tale of
Naked Ambition: The Greeks were sports
Only in New Hampshire: Politics in N.H.:
up close and personal
Phat Food: No mystery meat?
This can't be UNH Dining
Standing in Two Worlds: Studying immigrants reveals
a complex global network
Kah-ooh-wah!: The Outing Club follows
the call of the wild
The Many Faces of Mike O'Malley: What TV Viewers don't know
about this Hollywood star
The Species Race: UNH scientists race to
Public Treasures: UNH's Very Special Collections:
From Africa to the Shaker Sisters
For the Children's Sake: The challenges of parenting
from inside prison's walls
Quiet Hero: A researcher embarks on a
quest that changes his life.
Missilewoman: Rear Admiral Kate Paige '70
is making the U.S. safe.
Answering the Call: Spend a night with Durham's
volunteer ambulance corps.
Still Puzzled: The key to writing crossword
puzzles is a zany take on life.
Messages from Miah: A UNH professor teaches silent
children to communicate.
Club Kids: A look inside some of UNH's 152
How to be Thinner, Happier, Healthier: Ellen Kunes '81 has lots of advice
for the contemporary woman.
The Route to the Top: A new president maps the
university's next ascent
Here Comes the Sun: UNH scientists unravel
the solar system's mysteries.
The Bear Essentials: Kilham '74 readies cubs
for life in the wild.
Beyond the Next Horizon: Gifts are changing
UNH in ways large and small
Profile of a President: Joan Leitzel's gift
to New Hampshire.
Aboard the Blue Yankee: Bob Towse '63 wins with will, skill
and a lucky boat.
The (not quite) Temple of Doom: A trip through the jungle leads
to an archaeological find.
Taking Life to the Mat: UNH wrestlers find success
far from the limelight.
Top Cop: Ron Noble '79 is the man from interpol
Return to Glory: Saving the biggest old house in New England
One Man's Vision: Huddleston's Legacy is the campus we know
Into the Deep: Join Von Damm on a trip to the bottom of the sea
What's Your Emotional IQ?: Researchers study a new kind of intelligence
Encounters with a Whale: David Potter '74 works to save right whales
Both Born and Made: What it takes to be an entrepreneur
Courage Under Fire: Prof. Daggett's greatest lesson was his life
Fire from the Sky: Excerpts from a memoir by poet Charles Simic
Midsummer Term's Dream: Living and learning in the land of Shakespeare
Water, Water... Nowhere?: Water shortages will only get worse
The Long Road Home: Life is never the same after a brain injury
Tomorrow's Forecast: Better weather predictions thanks to UNH research
Safe at home?: Family violence is under scruitiny
Close Quarters: Making a home, away from home
Hearts That Bleed Blue: What makes UNH hockey so special?
Hitting the High Notes: Clark Terry passes along the secrets of jazz
Megabyte Matchmakers: Will your hardware get along with mine?
Rings Around Rosie: Services for people with disabilities get UNH's help
Accordion Warrior: UNH's 'Polka Guy' gives the world a big squeeze
Islands in Time: A place for study and reflection
A Taste of Italy: Mary Ann Esposito spices up public TV
See Me, Hear Me: A campus begins to embrace diversity
Inventing the e-Coast: UNH grads build their own Silicon Valley
Science on Ice: An expedition across Antarctica
seeks clues to the Earth's future
Do Not Discard: An uncommon educator helps those
least likely to succeed
The Next Big Thing: Forecasts for the new millennum
The Eye Behind the Image: Eighty-six years of photography
The Art of Coaching: Coaches mold teamsN
Running with the Current: Current events bring more than
news to the classroom.
Launched into Space: Becoming a UNH rocket scientist
makes for an interesting ride.
Building on Success: The Next Horizon campaign plans
to take UNH to a new level.
Portraits of the Deep: Ocean mapping is unveiling
the deepest secrets of the sea
A Pilot's Tale: A writer visits his UNH roommate
on the USS Eisenhower
The Body Electric: Struck by lightning, a professor
is now a different kind of person
Farming's New Landscape: New Hampshire farmers are
combining innovation with tradition
A Glorious Space: Dimond Library has suddenly
become the place to be.
Caring for Our Children: How well does society nuture
its youngest members?
High-Altitude Rescue: A Mt. Washington rescuer who
lived to tell the tale.
Making Sense of the Media Circus: When the news becomes the news,
the news is in trouble.
Life on the Edge: UNH takes the lead in the restoration
of our coastal waters and estuaries
Earning Credit in the Underworld: A daring band of UNH students and faculty
explore the strange world of Belizean caves
Like a Hurricane: Get caught in the spiral whirlwind
of mental energy that is Dennis Meadows