Student Organizations

  • University Archives
    "The Mission of Finance and Administration is to provide expert support to the President and to develop, implement, and continuously improve upon the best practices and highest quaility services for students, faculty, and staff that enable and enhance…
  • University Archives
    Gilbert Davenport taught costume and set design courses at the University of New Hampshire from 1962 until 1996.
  • University Archives
    The Society of the Sigma Xi was founded in 1886 as an honors society for researchers in the scientific and engineering fields. The UNH Chapter was founded in ca. 1955 and was active until 1992 when it was ended for lack of membership. This collection consists of correspondence, minutes, membership…
  • University Archives
    Ann Weaver Hart was appointed eighteenth president of the University of New Hampshire on July 1, 2002. This collection contains the presidential papers of Ann Weaver Hart
  • University Archives
    The UNH President's Commission on the Status of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Issues was established in 1992 as a Task Force; in 2002, then-President Joan Leitzel authorized the commission. This collection contains the files of Paul Cody and Cari…
  • University Archives
    Started in 1947 by Priscilla Rabethge, the recreation specialist for the physical education department, UNH's folk dance club was named after a dance called the Durham Reel. The scrapbook includes documents and photographs from the early club dances…
  • University Archives
    The Graduate Student Senate (GSS) was founded in 2011 as the official representative body of UNH graduate students. For several decades prior to the creation of the GSS and its representative structure, the interests of graduate students at UNH were…
  • CHAOS was a student literary magazine, sponsored by the United Protestant Association. This series contains the entire short run of the Chaos magazine.
  • University Archives
    The small number of Universtiy faculty and Durham residents who were interested in the arts in the 1930s, joined forces in promoting musical and dramatic events. This scrapbook was compiled by Helen Funkhouser, who played the lead female role in many…
  • University Archives
    Joan R. Leitzel earned her bachelor's degree from Hanover College in 1958, her master's degree from Brown University in 1961, and her doctorate from Indiana University in 1965, all in mathematics. Dr. Leitzel was appointed seventeenth president of the…
  • University Archives
    The MUB Board of Governors was created to enhance the learning experience and participation of students as well as increase their involvement in the governance of the Memorial Union. Topics concerned in the Board of Governors purposes include space…
  • University Archives
    The University of New Hampshire branch of the student Y.M.C.A. club was first organized in the fall of 1899. Collection includes the University of New Hampshire branch of the Y.M.C.A. club for the years 1926-1933.
  • University Archives
    This series contains 3 issues of The Liberal, the monthly publication of the Liberal Club at the University of New Hampshire. The Club and its publication were against United States involvement in the Second World War.
  • University Archives
    Roy Deneale Hunter was appointed to the Board of Trustees of the University of New Hampshire in 1916. He then became president of the Board in 1931 until his death in 1944. Hunter also acted as Chief Executive Officer of UNH twice, following the death of President Lewis in 1937 and President…
  • University Archives
    The Gay Student Organization at the University of New Hampshire was formed in 1973. This series contains photocopies made of 7 scrapbooks compiled by Robert F. Kruger. The scrapbooks show the fight in the community over the group's legal status at the…
  • University Archives
    Though graduate study at UNH dates back to 1899, the Graduate School was not formally organized until 1928. The Graduate Club was formed by graduate students attending summer school courses, largely secondary school teachers and administrators seeking advanced degrees. They met once a week during…
  • University Archives
    This series contains one issue of a newsletter produced by the group Students for Open Debate at the University of New Hampshire. The group and its publication was intended as an organized alternative to the newsletter "Strike Daily" that was produced at the same time (see collection UA 18/7/9).
  • University Archives
    Dr. Fred Engelhardt was chosen as president of UNH on December 1, 1936, assuming office the following April. He served as president until his death on February 3, 1944. The Fred Engelhardt Papers include topics such as library alterations, the WPA, the National Defence, and the military department.
  • University Archives
    This series contains the records of the Associated Student Organizations. They include financial data and information about individual student organizations on campus.
  • University Archives
    The radio station WMDR was formed in 1930 as the Mike and Dial Club by UNH students from the Speech and Drama Department. It evolved into WUNH in 1972. This series contains the results of a survey conducted for the radio station WMDR-FM in Durham, NH. The purpose of the survey was to determine the…
  • University Archives
    The Revolver was written and distributed by students at the University of New Hampshire. This series contains 5 issues of the Revolver. The contents provide critical commentary from students about the University of New Hampshire and its administration.
  • University Archives
    Harold Walter Stoke served as President of UNH from 1944-1947. After three years at the University of New Hampshire, Dr. Stoke resigned (August 1947) to become president of Louisiana State University. The Papers of Harold Walter Stoke cover the years 1944-1947 and include materials such as post war…
  • University Archives
    The Christian Fraternity was formed in 1881 at the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts in Hanover, NH. in 1893, when the College moved to Durham, the Fraternity dissolved and formed the New Hampshire College Young Men's Christian Association. This series contains three ledger…
  • University Archives
    The Conant Agricultural Society was founded on September 22, 1898 by university agricultural students to study and discuss agricultural problems. The group was very active during this time, with no less than 14 papers being read at a 1902 meeting. It was named after John Conant, a major benefactor…
  • University Archives
    This Squeaky Wheel is a newsletter dedicated to the support and advancement of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and ally community at UNH.
  • University Archives
    Following the resignation of President Harold W. Stoke in August of 1947, the Board of Trustees spent the fall semester choosing a successor. During this period the President of the Board of Trustees, Frank W. Randall, served as Interim Executive Officer. However, because Randall was active in…
  • University Archives
    The Women's Center originated in 1973 to fulfill the need for woman space: a place to congregate, share resources, support, and ideas. In the fall of 1976, the Women's Center received funding from the Student Activity Tax. This series contains the records of the Women's Center, 1973-1986. Also…
  • University Archives
    The Student Committee on Educational Policy (SPEC) was composed of 18 members of the student body with the goal of improving student-faculty relations. Gathering complaints and comments from the students, as well as feedback from faculty advisors, they submitted their report to the administration…
  • University Archives
    The Juris Quaesitor is the undergraduate law journal at the University of New Hampshire. The purpose of the journal is to present articles on topics of national and international law.
  • University Archives
    Herbert J. Moss worked in the President's Office as Secretary of the University from 1950-1952. Afterwards, he served as Dean of the Graduate School until 1954. This collection contains his files while employed in the President's Office at the…
  • University Archives
    The New Hampshire Outing Club is the oldest and largest club on campus and is run entirely by UNH students. Since its beginnings in 1911, the NHOC has been providing outdoor experiences, education, and activities to the UNH community. This series contains records of the New Hampshire Outing Club…
  • University Archives
    This series contain videotapes of community events, celebrations, and lectures organized by the UNH office of Public Programs and Events.
  • University Archives
    The "Fishwrapper" was an underground periodical written and published by students and staff of the University of New Hampshire. This series contains most of the issues of "Fishwrapper" which was published irregularly from the early 1980s until 1992.
  • University Archives
    Lillian F. Curtis served the University of New Hampshire for almost two and half decades, largely in secretarial work in the upper echelons of the University's leadership. This collection contains the files Lilliam F. Curtis kept while employed at the University of New Hampshire.
  • University Archives
    The Commuter/Transfer Center, formerly called Off-Campus Housing, opened in 1979. Its purpose was to provide a wider range of support and services for the transfer and commuter students at UNH. Located in the Memorial Union Building, the center…
  • University Archives
    The Student Television Network began as the Student Videotape Network in 1974. The purpose of the STVN was to provide interested students with an opportunity to gain practical and educational experience with small format television. The STVN attempted to provide UNH with quality television…
  • University Archives
    This series contains issues of the magazine "Celestial Vision" produced by the Student Press at the University of New Hampshire. The magazine contains stories of science fiction, fantasy, horror and science fact.
  • University Archives
    A native of Exeter, NH, Gregg Sanborn graduated from UNH in 1966 with a B.A. degree in zoology. He returned to UNH in 1971 to work part-time in the student affairs office and then at Health Services, earning a master's degree in counseling in 1977. In…
  • University Archives
    From 1898 to 1941 each graduating class held their class day exercises either the day before or the day of commencement. Class Day was filled with the usual speeches and music. The Ivy Oration was given by a member of the class. They also planted the…
  • University Archives
    The New Hampshire Outing Club is the oldest and largest club on campus and is run entirely by UNH students. Since its beginnings in 1911, the NHOC has been providing outdoor experiences, education, and activities to the UNH community. This series contains slides and photographs of Outing Club trips…
  • University Archives
    This series contains issues of the leaflet Strike Daily which was produced by students at the University of New Hampshire during the student strike in the spring of 1970. The leaflets give information on how to get involved in anti-war work and…
  • University Archives
    This series consists of annual reports which were given to the president by all departments and offices on campus, 1925-1959 and 1970-1973.
  • University Archives
    The Culver Literary Society at the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts in Hanover, NH held its first meeting on December 12, 1871. The purpose of the Society was to improve the elocution, composition and debate skills of its members. The 430 volume library collected by the…
  • University Archives
    Arthur Stanton Adams was born on July 1, 1896 in Winchester, Massachusetts. He received degrees from Norwich University, The University of California and the Colorado School of Mines. He served as president of UNH from June of 1948 through 1950. The Papers of Arthur Stanton Adams cover the years…
  • University Archives
    The Merrimack Valley Branch of the University of New Hampshire was established in Manchester in September 1967. This series contains several issues of the student newspapers and a yearbook of Merrimack Valley Branch.
  • University Archives
    The Dean of Student Affairs position was reclassified in July of 1991 and made the Vice President for Student Affairs. This series contains the files of Student Affairs office under both the Dean of Student Affairs and the Vice President for Student…
  • University Archives
    Robert Flint Chandler was appointed Dean of the College of Agriculture at UNH in 1947. He served as president of UNH from 1950-1954. During Chandler's administration, the drive for the Memorial Union Building was completed. In 1951, Sawyer and…
  • University Archives
    The Merrimack Valley College began as a branch of the University of New Hampshire in 1967. This collection contains the student newspapers of Merrimack Valley College.
  • University Archives
    The Student Organizations Committee is a standing committee of the UNH Administration reporting to the Vice President of Student Affairs. This series contains the files of the Student Organizations Committee.
  • University Archives
    This collection contains files which were maintained by the Office of the President. They cover a wide range of topics which were addressed by the Office of the President, 1941-1980. Numerous files span more than one academic year and more than one…