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Robert Frost Contemporary American Award Event Postponed Until February 3

January 2nd, 2015 by blyndes

Plymouth, N.H. - The Robert Frost Contemporary American Award event honoring Former Governor John Lynch scheduled for Tuesday, January 27, 2015, at The Radisson Hotel in Manchester, NH, has been postponed due to the severe weather forecast. The event has been rescheduled for Tuesday, February 3, 2015. Tickets available at http://go.plymouth.edu/rfcaa.

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PSU Partners with Crisis Intervention Agency

January 2nd, 2015 by blyndes

PLYMOUTH, N.H.- Plymouth State University and Voices Against Violence, the local crisis services agency, recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to raise awareness about sexual assault and provide support for survivors. This is the first such arrangement between a crisis center and an institution of higher education in New Hampshire. The MOU affirms the […]

Students from Plymouth State’s Marketing Association club recently volunteered at the Pemi Youth Center. From left, Plymouth State students Kelli Naglieri, Nicholas O'Hagan, Kaitlyn Cottone and Justin Hurd with three youth participants display their decorated gingerbread house.

Plymouth State Marketing Students Volunteer at Pemi Youth Center

December 22nd, 2014 by blyndes

PLYMOUTH, N.H.– Mid-December is usually when college students are hard at work studying for exams and preparing for winter break, but a group of Plymouth State University marketing majors volunteered their time December 10 to decorate gingerbread houses with a group of Plymouth-area children. More than a dozen members of the student organization Marketing Association […]

In photo, from left, PSU senior Tenley Sodeur and PSU Community Service Advisor Linda Corriveau,’11G, package Christmas gifts before they distributed them to area children.

Plymouth State University’s Angel Tree Project Provides Christmas Gifts to Area Families

December 15th, 2014 by blyndes

PLYMOUTH, N.H. –Plymouth State University’s Angel Tree Project provided nearly 700 gifts to area children for this year’s Christmas season. The Angel Tree Project partners with 14 Plymouth-area schools and non-profit agencies to provide gifts for youth and teens during the holiday season. PSU Community Service Advisor Linda Corriveau ’11G, said this year’s Angel tree […]

Grafton County farmland, image courtesy New Hampshire Farm Bureau

Plymouth State University and Ammonoosuc Conservation Trust Work to Strengthen the North Country’s Agricultural Economy by Organizing Local Food System

December 14th, 2014 by blyndes

PLYMOUTH, N.H.– Plymouth State University’s Center for Rural Partnerships (CRP) and its partner, the Ammonoosuc Conservation Trust (ACT) are developing a collaborative network of food-system producers and consumers in northern New Hampshire. CRP’s Rachelle Lyons, ’10, ’12G, is spearheading the “Keep Growing,” project that starts with a kickoff gathering Thursday, January 15, 10 a.m.–2 p.m., […]

Scott Mantie presents information on Smarter Balanced Assessment to a group of New Hampshire educators at a December 4 seminar hosted at PSU.

Meeting the Mathematics Challenge: New Hampshire Impact Center at PSU Helping Teachers Enhance Learning

December 8th, 2014 by blyndes

  PLYMOUTH, N.H.–Dozens of New Hampshire mathematics educators are honing their classroom skills and preparing for new federal testing standards with the help of Plymouth State University’s NH Impact Center. According to Director Natalya Vinogradova, the goal of the NH Impact Center is to help teachers enhance their mathematics instructional skills. “We make sure every […]

Kaleb Hart '11 photo.

Destiny De Los Santos: From Manhattan to the Mountains

December 5th, 2014 by Barbra

Growing up in Manhattan, Destiny De Los Santos adored the culture, energy, and excitement of the city. “I am 100-percent city girl,” says Destiny, a first-generation American whose parents came from the Dominican Republic. But her world was turned upside down with the death of her father. As a result, she and her mother moved […]

Dozens of people sampled ice cream flavors developed by PSU students at the December 2 at the annual Ice Cream Tasting competition.

PSU Supports Student Scholarship Fund with Ice Cream Tasting Competition

December 4th, 2014 by blyndes

PLYMOUTH, N.H. – Inventing new ice cream flavors and fundraising may seem like an improbable combination, but Plymouth State University business students managed to combine both into a successful event December 2 at the Common Man-Plymouth. The Common Man Apprentice Ice Cream Tasting competition challenges students not only to create a great ice cream flavor […]

Volunteers for PSU's Thanksgiving Basket Project prepare to deliver meals to low income and elderly residents in Plymouth and 13 surrounding towns. The Thanksgiving Basket Project will feed nearly 750 people this year.

PSU Delivers Thanksgiving Baskets to Needy

November 25th, 2014 by blyndes

PLYMOUTH, N.H.- Hundreds of Thanksgiving meals were delivered Monday, November 24 to low-income and elderly residents of the Plymouth area courtesy of Plymouth State University students, staff and alumni. About 60 PSU volunteers gathered on campus for PSU’s annual Thanksgiving Basket Project. The group packaged and distributed dinner packets containing a frozen turkey, potatoes, stuffing, […]

Conner Torrey's PSU experience has given him the knowledge, skills, and hands-on experience in his major, exercise and sport physiology, and the freedom to discover his talent and passion for yoga. He hopes to combine his professional and personal interests to create a rewarding career in wellness.

Conner Torrey ’15: Journey to a Rewarding Future

November 24th, 2014 by Barbra

Exercise and sport physiology major and basketball enthusiast Conner Torrey ’15 came to Plymouth State to realize his athletic dreams. “In high school I was ‘Mr. Basketball’—I was named player of the year and was recruited by Plymouth State along with two of my best friends,” he says. “Attending PSU seemed like a no-brainer: I […]

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PARENT FORWARD: Don’t just read, do something!

If parents want to raise readers in a digital age it is not enough to have books in the house or simply read those books. Parents are going to have to take it one step further. They’re going to have to do something. Parent Jason Boog, author of “Born Reading: Bringing Up Bookworms in a […]

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Historic Samuel Read Hall Building given new life as Center for STEM Programming

PLYMOUTH —Spring, 1923. Time magazine publishes its first issue, King Tut’s tomb was opened and the world’s first portable radio was invented. In Plymouth, the Normal School proudly opened Samuel Read Hall Dormitory to accommodate a growing student population. Ninety-two years later, Plymouth State University officials rededicated the beloved ivy-covered building with a ceremony marking […]

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Students at all levels submit to Juried Student Exhibition

PLYMOUTH — The Karl Drerup Art Gallery and Exhibitions Program at Plymouth State University will present the 2015 Juried Student Exhibition March 24–April 11 in the gallery, with a reception from 4–6 p.m. Tuesday, March 24. The Juried Student Exhibition showcases selected works in all media by students from across the campus. Students from first […]