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Steeleye

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Questions about NH Colleges
« on: June 17, 2009, 02:31:42 pm »

I'm looking into transferring from NJ to a school in NH in the next two or so years. I was wondering if any St. A's or UNH alumni/alumnae could give me their thoughts and stories on these two schools i.e. academics, student body, professors, and also their experiences there while being part of the liberty movement. These are the main two schools I've been looking into, however info on any other school in NH would be greatly appreciated as well.
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greg.sarnowski

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Re: Questions about NH Colleges
« Reply #1 on: June 17, 2009, 04:44:31 pm »

Well I'm a few years out of school myself, but here's a listing of college libertarian groups in New Hampshire (found here: http://chelm.freeyellow.com/collegelibsusa2.html ). Some of this information may be out of date, but it can't hurt to fire off some emails.

NEW HAMPSHIRE
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State Campus Coordinator
Contact: Jim C. Perry
(603) 689-3165, jimcperry@gmail.com

Dartmouth College
Contact: Harsh Gupta '10 or Victoria Stockman
Harsh.Gupta@dartmouth.edu or Victoria.B.Stockman@Dartmouth.EDU

(Advisors: Douglas Irwin, Douglas.A.Irwin@Dartmouth.EDU;
Meir Kohn, Meir.G.Kohn (at) Dartmouth.EDU)

Keene State University
archive: http://lightning.prohosting.com/~ksclp/

St. Anselm College
Contact: Alexander Ramsey
aramsey@anselm.edu

University of New Hampshire
Contact: Allison Jaynes
allisonjaynes@gmail.com

I also noticed Plymouth State has a chapter of Young Americans for Liberty.
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