The New Hampshire

Campus Life: Therapy Dog Eases Finals Stress At UNH

May 8, 2014
Melissa Proulx for The New Hampshire

With a name like Hamilton, there’s little doubt that the big white Great Dane mix wandering around UNH's Durham campus belongs there. 

UNH Health Services’ new therapy dog has been visiting students in dorms and academic buildings, a welcomed stress reliever during the whirlwind that is finals.

Courtesy The New hampshire

University of New Hampshire women’s hockey players Megan Armstrong and Alexis Crossley will transfer from Durham in the wake of the firing of their former head coach, Brian McCloskey.

Crossley, of Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia, will go to Boston University, while Armstrong, of Edina, Minn., is going to St. Lawrence University. Both are entering their junior year.