May 10, 2011

May 10th, 2011 by Michael

Along the north side of Memorial Hall are three Bradford Pears {Pyrus calleryana ‘Bradford’} that are coming into bloom with clusters of white flowers. This fast growing shade tree, perhaps the most commonly planted tree in the southeast U.S., has shiny green foliage throughout the summer and will turn multiple shades of purple, red and yellow in the fall, as long as we don’t have an early hard frost. These are also planted along Main St. in Plymouth.

In Plymouth Magazine

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Teaming Up for Service

There’s more to PSU’s student-athletes than excellent grades and athletic prowess. There’s a desire to make a difference in the world. Plymouth State men’s hockey coach Craig Russell ’09 encourages his team to serve as often as possible. Through the nonprofit organization Team IMPACT, which pairs children with life-threatening or chronic illness with local college [...]

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PSU Collaboration Leads to Emmy

When Trish Lindberg was a 17-year-old musician, artist, and actor, her mother—a teacher herself—told her she would make a great teacher. Lindberg looked her mother right in the eye and said, “I will never be a teacher!” Mother Knows Best Decades later, Lindberg, now a Carnegie Foundation NH Professor of the Year, a recipient of [...]

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Another Way to Serve

“It was like moving to a foreign country with a completely different culture,” says PSU student Patrick O’Sullivan. The 26-year-old veteran isn’t referring to his time in Iraq as a motor transport operator in the Army Reserve. He’s talking about coming home. O’Sullivan joined the Army Reserve right out of high school, at an age [...]