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Engineering students race to build the fastest Formula One car

Bret Belden December 5, 2016

Within the confines of a fabrication and design shop in Kingsbury Hall, the building that houses the College of Engineering and Physical Science at UNH, is a small group of sleepless students. These 25...

Durham fire union looks to increase presence of AEDs in community

Bret Belden November 17, 2016

Firefighting is not all about extinguishing fires, climbing ladders, kicking in doors, running hose lines and saving babies. Off and away from smoke and fire, the Durham firefighters focus their collective...

On the Spot with Assistant Professor of Art Sachiko Akiyama

Bret Belden October 27, 2016

  There are over 200 degree programs at UNH and each is designed to push the intellect and thoughtful reasoning of students enrolled. Art is a smaller niche within the UNH community, with about 16...

Up close and personal with Durham Fire Chief Corey Landry

Bret Belden October 24, 2016

If someone sat down with a pen and paper and was told to describe Durham Fire Department Chief Corey Landry in a sentence or two, they would find the task nearly impossible. A 29-year veteran in the fire...

Leah Woods displays work at Cincinnati Art Underground

Bret Belden October 20, 2016

UNH woodworking Professor Leah Woods is an achieved artist within her field of talent. She is currently exhibiting 14 pieces of her work at the Cincinnati Art Underground gallery in Ohio. Titled “navigation,”...

Durham Fire Chief completes final round of radiation therapy

Bret Belden October 17, 2016

Durham Fire Department Chief Corey Landry completed his final radiation therapy session this past Wednesday, Oct. 12 after beating stage four lymphoma, which was diagnosed in April 2016. “It’s just...

Coffee and conversation with the UNH Police Department

Bret Belden October 13, 2016

  I met with three UNH police officers at noon on Wednesday, Oct. 12 at Zeke’s Café in Dimond Library to take them up on some free coffee, and also talk with them about their work on campus. Among...

On the SPOT with the UNH Knitting Club

Bret Belden October 3, 2016

Though the knitting art form dates back to thousands of years, the tradition has since migrated to UNH’s campus. Enter the UNH Knitting Club. Founded in 2011 by former UNH student Mary Foster, the club...

The Durham fire station on Homecoming

Bret Belden October 3, 2016

As a firefighter, being calm is a necessity when dealing with the intensive and unpredictable scenarios that come with the job. I got to experience first hand for 14 hours what that was like during Homecoming...

Man and his Umbrella: Man goes on mission with tour group to find his dear Umbrella

Bret Belden April 25, 2016

“Umbrella! Umbrellaaaaaah! (Sniff, sniff.) Umbrella?” I cried and whimpered into the air like a wounded animal. I was walking from the Mills and Fairchild courtyard to the MUB. My feet dragged my...

Man and his Umbrella "do ballet"

Bret Belden April 21, 2016

“My friend, my friend, did you check your email?”  Umbrella asks with a roar.  “No my little rain shield, what is it?”  I replied. “You’re going to be a ballerino!”  Umbrella screamed. ...

President Mark Huddleston hosts lunch

Bret Belden April 21, 2016

President Mark Huddleston shared more than just handshakes and conversation on Tuesday, April 18, as students passed through the courtyard between Murkland Hall and Dimond Library. He also offered a buffet...

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