Homecoming: cold weather but warm memories

Theatre and Dance students in costume; music student showing another student how to play flute

UNH arts students under the Alumni Tent

Before the snow flew this past Saturday, alum from far and wide gathered at UNH for the annual Homecoming football game and tailgating. Liberal Arts Dean Ken Fuld crisscrossed a chilly Boulder Field greeting alum. The College offered a host of activities for young ones under the Alumni Tent:  kids could try on costumes with staff and students from the Theatre and Dance Department, or play flutes and violins with faculty and students form the Music Department, or learn about art by drawing with staff and students from the Museum of Art. Turns out Homecoming is about more than just football. Good food, the arts, children’s activities, student projects, and faculty lectures are some of the other great reasons to come home to UNH.

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