Year: 2017

The 23rd annual Children’s Arts Festival presented by Plymouth State University’s Educational Theatre Collaborative (ETC) brings children and artists together for a day of art, music and drama from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, January 13 at the Silver Center for the Arts on the PSU campus.                  The Festival is one of […]

Marketing Association of Plymouth State hosts Teddy Bear Toss at Hockey Games   The Marketing Association of Plymouth State University (MAPS) will be hosting a Teddy Bear Toss during the Plymouth State Women’s and Men’s hockey games on Saturday, December 2nd, 2017. Spectators to the games can toss teddy bears onto the ice after Plymouth […]

Plymouth State’s annual Thanksgiving Basket Project helps food insecure and elderly residents in the greater Plymouth area.   As we enter into the holiday season, Plymouth State University (PSU)  faculty, staff, students, and alumni are getting into the holiday spirit by giving back.  PSU is conducting their annual Thanksgiving Basket Project on Monday, November 20, […]

November 14th Event Open to the Plymouth Community Plymouth State University’s Mental Health Issues graduate class will be hosting a suicide awareness and prevention event from a loss survivor’s perspective. There will be several speakers and a viewing of “The Truth About Suicide” followed by a Q&A session. The event will feature a PSU alum […]

NH Klaviertrio will play piano trios by Dmitri Shostakovich, Robert Schumann, and Rick Sowash. The NH Klaviertrio will perform piano trios by Dmitri Shostakovich, Robert Schumann, and Rick Sowash at Plymouth State University (PSU) on Sunday, November 12, 2017. The piano trio is comprised of Bożena O’Brien on violin, Gary Hodges on cello and Carleen […]

Four-year grant supports graduate-level school psychology, school counseling and clinical mental health counseling programs Plymouth State University (PSU) announced today it was recently awarded a $1.9 Million Federal Behavioral Health and Workforce Education Training Program grant to expand mental health services in New Hampshire and to fight the opioid crisis. The funding will support PSU’s […]

Self-proclaimed as a haven for outdoor enthusiasts due to its location in the mountain and lakes region of NH, Plymouth State lived up to the title by ranking second out of 14 Northeast schools competing in the Outdoor Nation Campus Challenge. First year student Vincent Lapointe-Deptula ranked 5th overall in the nation individually with 138 […]

Student-run Statement looking to serve the Plymouth Community The grand opening of Statement, a print shop on the Plymouth State University (PSU) campus run by the Marketing Association of Plymouth State (MAPS), was Wednesday, October 11th. MAPS members are excited to serve the campus and community in their print needs. The idea was generated during […]

Plymouth State students will be conducting free health screenings for community members. Nursing and Health Education/Promotion students and faculty of Plymouth State University (PSU) will be hosting a series of opportunities for campus and community members to receive biometric health risk screenings at no charge through the months of November-December 2017.   Nursing students will […]

Plymouth State University’s Dan Perkins, Director of Choral Activities , will be hosting the 40th Annual All New England Choral Festival on November 2nd. The festival is a joint affair of Plymouth State choirs and over 350 high school students from throughout New England performing Karl Jenkins’ The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace with […]