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Business Services needs volunteers
Business Services needs volunteers to help with financial clearance for returning students Monday, Aug. 30, and Tuesday, Aug. 31, from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in Stoke Hall. Those who can spare a couple of hours on Monday and/or Tuesday, please contact Cheryl Goetz by Aug. 16, at 2-0091.

Eat lunch at the MUB
The MUB Food Court is open for summer dining from 8 a.m.-2 p.m., Monday-Friday through Aug. 25.

New hours at Dining/ID Office
The Dining/ID Office at Holloway Commons will close at noon each Friday through July 30.

Weight Watchers At Work is accepting new members
The Weight Watchers At Work program, which meets Monday at noon, is accepting members. Gatherings are in the first-floor meeting room of New Hampshire Hall, entering through the first door from the street on the side of the building, which faces the Whittemore Center. Info: Carol Bense at 2-1935.

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July 23, 2004, Edition

UNHM's LaCroix is named College for Lifelong Learning president
Karol A. LaCroix, dean of UNH-Manchester, has been named president of the College for Lifelong Learning effective Aug. 1. (07-23-04) More >>>

Sale of pedigree foal to benefit university equestrian program

While it’s not the largest gift in the history of UNH, it may certainly be the most unique. A foal will be born in August on the Durham campus – the offspring of two parents with golden pedigrees. Conceived on Sept. 11, 2003, the horse will be sold to benefit the university’s equestrian program, and is expected to command a price of between $8,000 and $10,000. (07-23-04) More >>>

UNH is reaccredited by national higher education commission
The University of New Hampshire has been reaccredited by the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges following a rigorous three-year self-study effort. According to the commission’s findings, UNH meets the standards for accreditation. It commended the university for its “initiative and creativity in its special focus self-study.”
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