Category: News

PLYMOUTH, N.H. (April 5, 2018) – The New Hampshire Music Festival (NHMF) celebrates its 66th season of bringing music to the Lakes Region of New Hampshire. A summer festival that honors the tradition of classical music while exploring new artistic paths, it offers patrons an engaging, immersive festival experience by presenting world-class performances of symphonic, […]

The department of Music Theatre and Dance at Plymouth State University presents A Dream Play in Studio Theater from April 12-15. This innovative drama examines the human condition in an attempt to reveal what is truth and what is illusion. In 1901, August Strindberg created a revolutionary type of theatre. It was purely expressionistic and […]

The Mountain Village Charter School presents the Baker River Regatta with support from Plymouth State University Local paddlers gear up! The Baker River Regatta the Baker River Valley’s first and only paddle sports race and fun event will be held on May 5, 2018. With free clinics leading up to the event and categories for all […]

Carnegie Hall “Link Up” concert held at Plymouth State University On Thursday, March 15, 800 3rd-5th graders and their teachers shared the stage at the Silver Center for the Arts with the world-class performers of the New Hampshire Music Festival. The special Carnegie Hall Link Up student concert, an important focus of the Festival’s education […]

The First University in New England Committed to Improving the Health of Campus Communities Plymouth State University took the American College Health Association’s Healthy Campus Pledge and is now considered a Healthy Campus 2020 Partner. This pledge supported by University President, Donald Birx demonstrates a campus’ commitment toward achieving the Healthy Campus 2020 goals and objectives, […]

Plymouth State students will be conducting free health screenings for community members PLYMOUTH, N.H.  – Nursing and Exercise Science students and staff at PSU will be offering a series of opportunities for campus and community members to receive biometric health risk screenings at no charge in the months of April-May 2018. Nursing students will conduct […]

Plymouth State is undergoing a major, positive transformation via the Integrated Clusters learning model, and the nation’s higher education community is noticing. PSU’s evolution is the primary case study in a Chronicle of Higher Education feature on higher education administration, which suggests that the University may have advantages favoring its success. The highly respected Chronicle […]

Collaboration with local businesses and schools to bring student artwork to the community In support of National Youth Art Month, Plymouth State University’s Museum of the White Mountains, SAU 48 and Ashland art teachers, and various Plymouth businesses have partnered for a special Walkabout Wednesday featuring student artwork on March 21, 5-7 p.m. Artwork from […]

In support of National Youth Art Month, Plymouth State University (PSU) is working with local schools to develop their art programs and get student artwork out in the public eye. Jason Swift, associate professor of art education at PSU, will facilitate professional development for K-12 visual art educators from the Concord School District on Friday, […]

Plymouth State University (PSU) will be hosting a screening of Justice for All, followed by a panel discussion with various criminal justice professionals from the community on Monday, February 26 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in Merrill Place on the PSU campus.   The film, Justice for All, is New Hampshire’s first film about […]