Cross holds blood drive
The Durham Red Cross will hold a blood drive Monday, Sept. 22, through
Thursday, Sept. 25, noon to 5 p.m. at the MUB in the Granite State
Room. Info: 868-9692.
Durham Day is Sept. 14
The Durham Town Council invites faculty and staff to join local residents
for the annual Durham Day at Wagon Hill Farm from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday,
Sept. 14. The program will include picnic food, music, boat rides
on the Oyster River, games for children, exhibits by UNH and civic
groups, and a visit by the Capt. Edward H. Adams Gundalow. The university
is assisting in providing food, transportation and sound system services.
To ease traffic congestion at the farm, a UNH shuttle bus will depart
the downtown Colonial Plaza shopping center at 1, 2 and 3 p.m. with
return trips on the half-hour.
Volunteers sought for Judicial and Mediation Programs
The UNH Judicial and Mediation Programs Office is accepting applications
for new volunteers for the Fall 2003 semester. The UNH student judicial
system relies on faculty and staff to make decisions regarding allegations
of student misconduct and to advise students regarding the judicial
process. No prior experience necessary. Training begins in September.
Sept. 12, 2003, Edition
hosts nation's first student-led summit on promoting responsible celebrations
will host the nation’s first student-led summit on promoting
responsible celebrations Sept. 19 to 21. “Student
Summit: Promoting Responsible Celebrations” was initiated
by UNH students in response to the disturbing events surrounding UNH’s
trip to the NCAA Hockey Championships in April 2003, and following
the growing trend of similar events taking place on college campuses
across the country.
“Many students are concerned about what happened and why,”
Catherine Clarke, UNH’s student body vice president, said. “We
are very interested in understanding more about this national trend
and what we, as students within our larger community, can do together
to effect positive change among our collective student body.”
SYSTEMS gives UNH $1 million for CEPS center
UNH Foundation has announced a $1 million gift from the Nashua unit
of BAE SYSTEMS to establish an advanced technology center at UNH’s
College of Engineering and Physical Sciences (CEPS).
“With this generous gift, we usher in a new industry-university
partnership that will enhance engineering education at the University
of New Hampshire and promote stronger research and development ties
between UNH and one of the world’s leading companies with important
ties to New Hampshire,” said UNH President Ann Weaver Hart.
“BAE SYSTEMS has taken a clear leadership role in advancing
the effectiveness of long-term partnerships to the benefit of all.
We are incredibly pleased and excited about our future working relationship
with BAE SYSTEMS.”
Bigglestone, long-time director of Women’s Athletics and
coach, speaks at the dedication of the plaza adjacent to Memorial
Field named in her honor Sunday, Sept. 7. Bigglestone Plaza
at Memorial Field sits between Main Street and Memorial Field,
the primary site for women’s athletics, particularly field
hockey and lacrosse. Bigglestone, a member of the UNH Athletic
Hall of Fame and respected ski coach, served as UNH’s
first director of women’s athletics (1975-89) and was
directly responsible for the development of one of the most
successful women’s intercollegiate programs in the country.
(Perry Smith/ UNH Photographic Services)
approve staff salary increase
OS Council receives
plans for recreation area enhancements
Class gives students
opportunity to participate in primary
continues tradition of economics seminar
card is the key to local discounts
Fall Spheres Concert
Series: Get ready for Music a la Carte