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Murkland Hall celebration is Oct. 29
UNH will celebrate the reopening and renovations at Murkland Hall Wednesday, Oct. 29. A short program will begin at 3:30 p.m., with a reception to follow in the dean’s suite.

Benefits open enrollment under way
Benefits Open Enrollment began Oct. 1 and runs until Oct 31. If you have changes to make, don't forget to get those forms in to Human Resources.

Learn how to eat right
The Administrative Office Professionals in conjunction with Holloway Commons invites all to attend October’s Lunchtime Learning Series. Bring lunch and join others Tuesday, Oct. 28, from noon to 2 p.m. for “Eating Right=
Healthy Professionals” in Holloway Commons Piscataqua Room 102A. Speakers will be Rochelle L’Italien, presenting on how to be a flexible eater, and Dorrie McClintock, on the services, options and resources available for on-campus events through UHS Catering and Conference office. Please enter through the Main St. entrance. Pre-registration is encouraged. Call 2-1377 or 2-0519.

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Oct. 24, 2003, Edition
Community gives feedback on campus master plan
More than 100 university and community members attended a public forum last week at the Memorial Union Building in which the final draft of the university's campus master plan was presented. The plan includes a 20-year road map to guide development of the physical campus in union with the university's academic plan.(10-24-03)
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UNH celebrates Holloway

Young Dawkins (right), president of the UNH Foundation, congratulates Paul Holloway at the dedication of Holloway Commons last week. (Katelyn Dolan/ Media Relations)
Simic chosen as finalist for National Book Award
Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Charles Simic has been named a National Book Award finalist for poetry for the third time for his latest anthology, "The Voice at 3:00 A.M.: Selected Late and New Poems."(10-24-03) More >>>

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