Sep
2
12:00 pm

The first Wednesday of every month is a Healthy PSU Designated Sneaker Day! Everyone is encouraged to get moving more ... Check out the new walking maps, host a walking meeting, or just get out for a refreshing walk.

Healthy PSU would like to congratulate the individuals that completed the Passport to Health Summer 2015 Walking Adventure! Visit the Healthy PSU website to view the names on the new "Wall of Walkers!"

Wednesday, September 2, 12-12:30
Alumni Green in front of the HUB

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August 25 September 19
Silver Center for the Arts
This exhibit is a collection of work from the Community Photo Club of New Hampshire, a diverse group that includes retirees, teachers, artists, musicians, doctors, caregivers, and more. The exhibit is organized by photographer, with a collection of works representing the photographer's current style, subject matter, and approach. Additionally, each photographer was asked to include a piece based on the theme: The Arts in Black and White.
Read more here.

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PSSA begins its fall Learn-to-Skate lessons on Sunday, September 13. All lessons will be on Sunday nights from 5 to 6 p.m.

There is an adults-only class at 5:30 p.m. for beginners, and Synchro at 6 p.m. for Basic 4 levels and above.

Cost is $80 for the six-week session. Multi-child and multi-session discounts available. Find more details here or call 535-2758.

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Campers learn specialized techniques designed to create the illusion of physical combat without causing harm to the performers, including hand-to-hand combat, rolling, simple falls, and sword techniques. All students will perform their class fight each day at the end of class. For children entering 5th, 6th, and 7th grades.

Click here to register.

Aug
24
12:00 pm

Did you graduate from Plymouth State? Join us for lunch!

The PSU Alumni Association invites alumni who work at PSU to join us for the Employee-Alumni Luncheon. This campus tradition is a great opportunity to connect with friends and colleagues and enjoy a meal together (compliments of the Alumni Association).  Sign up now!

  • Monday, August 24, noon
  • Mary Lyon Lawn
  • Questions? Contact the Alumni Relations Office at ext. 52589 or alumni@plymouth.edu.

Aug
26
8:30 am

Join President Birx as he shares his ideas and invites a conversation about PSU’s exciting future.

The day's activities start at 8:30 in Silver Center’s Hanaway Theatre. All faculty and staff are invited to attend.

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Eager to help greet the largest incoming class PSU has ever had? Move-in day for students who have not attended orientation is Saturday, August 29. Move-in for all other students (new and returning) is Sunday, August 30.

Interested faculty and staff can volunteer to greet students and their families, help move small items, or even assist with traffic flow on either or both days. We will meet at Prospect for breakfast and nametags at 7:30 each day. Stay as long as you want but please send your preference for days, times, and how you would like to help to gailzo@plymouth.edu.

OctOct
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Let's celebrate! Sign up today (registration deadline is September 25, but some events have limited capacity and will sell out).

  • Arts and athletics with performances, exhibitions, and contests;
  • Service with our Alumni Recognition Awards;
  • Philanthropy and scholarship at the Evening of Connections dinner;
  • ALLWell North, with a sneak peek at our newest building;
  • Friends and family with the many organized and informal opportunities to get together, including the Harvest Festival and the Alumni Tent at the football game;
  • Tradition and generosity, with the 35th annual PSUAA Barbara Dearborn '60 Golf Classic, raising funds for student scholarships; and
  • Reunions, with the return of landmark class reunion celebrations to Homecoming!

Oct
29
12:00 pm

In 1692, 19 people were executed in Salem, MA, and hundreds imprisoned during a witch hunt we still discuss today. In some venues in Salem, one can still hear the echoes of the cries of raucous spectators shouting "Hang her!" In her Lunch & Learn session, Professor Robin DeRosa explains that when Salem tells its witch stories, history, tourism, and performance collide, and "truth," both moral and macabre, vies with spooky thrills for its authentic place in history.

Register here for this spooky Lunch & Learn!

  • October 29, 2015, noon
  • The Common Man, Concord, NH
  • Guest speaker: Dr. Robin DeRosa, PSU professor of English and
    interdisciplinary studies
  • Find more fall alumni events here.

Aug
12
11:30 am

Join President Birx, your colleagues, and the community for a picnic lunch, door prize give-aways, music and games!

Location: Mary Lyon Lawn (Rain location: Prospect Hall)