Month: May 2018

Plymouth State University (PSU) honored PSU alum, Carleton Parish and his wife, Sharon, by naming its baseball field in recognition of their dedication and longtime support of the University, and to its baseball program in particular. The Sharon and Carleton Parish ’71 Field was dedicated in their memory on Sunday, May 6, 2018. After serving […]

An outdoor adventure event raising awareness and funds to combat the addiction crisis PLYMOUTH, N.H.  – With the opioid crisis swelling in New Hampshire, a group of Plymouth State University (PSU) students is raising awareness and funds to combat the issue. Their event, “Climb Above Addiction”, allows participants to experience adventure therapy through rock climbing […]

A practice in play-based learning for families PLYMOUTH, N.H.  – Plymouth State University (PSU) undergraduate students majoring in Early Childhood Education engaged children and families in playful learning experiences in celebration of Screen Free Week (SFW) at the Center for Young Children and Families. SFW is an annual, worldwide movement to get children and families […]

Plymouth State community comes together to display a unified message of Peace A new, permanent art installation was unveiled on April 5, 2018 in the Hartman Union Building at Plymouth State University (PSU). The outcome of a year-long Integrated Cluster Project, more than 600 tiles now hang on the wall of the Pawsway, each hand-painted […]