New Hampshire Native Chip Kelly Named Head Coach Of UCLAThe New Hampshire native coached at UNH from 1994-2006 before making a rise in the college ranks.
'Peeping Tom' Near UNH Has Students On High AlertPolice are looking to identify a “peeping Tom” who was seen trying to look into windows near the University of New Hampshire campus.
UNH Police Investigating 'Acts Of Hate And Bias'Several recent incidents have been reported at UNH that the university president calls "acts of hate and bias."
'Sugar Daddy' Ads Target Women On UNH CampusThe fliers are popping up all over the University of New Hampshire's downtown business area and it’s causing alarm for school officials.
UNH Defends Using Librarian's Gift To Buy $1 Million Football ScoreboardUniversity of New Hampshire officials are defending their spending of a $4 million gift left to the school when a former librarian died.
Librarian Who Lived Simply Left $4 Million Fortune To UNHRobert Morin worked at the school for nearly 50 years.
University Of New Hampshire Creates Beer Brewing MinorThe University of New Hampshire is hopping onto the craft beer industry by offering students the chance to minor in brewing to meet a growing workforce demand.
Two UNH Students Charged After Stabbing Near CampusA third UNH student was brought to an area hospital following the early morning incident.
UNH Joins Growing List Of Schools To Ban HoverboardsThe University of New Hampshire is joining the growing list of colleges that ban hoverboards on campus.
UNH Project Helps Restore Oyster PopulationA major effort is underway to restore the natural oyster population, which has plummeted in recent decades due to disease, over-harvesting and other problems.
Number Of First Weekend Arrests At UNH Highest In 5 YearsPolice at the University of New Hampshire and Durham police say the number of arrests made on and around campus after students arrived for school in late August is the highest in five years.
Keller @ Large: UNH's 'Bias-Free Language Guide' Takes Political Correctness Too FarAccording to a “Bias-Free Language Guide” that's now been removed from the UNH website, there are limits to what you should appropriately say.