An extra dose of blue and white was on display during the Dec. 7 men's ice hockey game, when UNH's new logo was officially unveiled to a sell-out crowd of students, parents, alumni, and friends. The new symbol was displayed on the doors and the floor of the Whittemore Center—and on some 5,000 T-shirts that were distributed to the crowd by dozens of volunteers. The design, selected by an advisory panel of students, alumni, faculty, and staff, is the work of Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv, the New York firm that created the logos for Mobil, PBS, and National Geographic, among others. The new emblem replaces the image of the T-Hall tower that has served as the university's logo for the past 15 years. It will be used by the Manchester and Concord campuses as well.