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Update on the Presidential Search
The Presidential Search Committee will meet in late January to discuss and review the search process to date. The committee will discuss recent additions to the pool and develop its schedule for interviews with prospective candidates.

Don Murray Memorial Service Jan. 27
Friends and colleagues will gather for a memorial service Saturday, Jan. 27, to honor former English professor and Pulitzer Prize winning writer Don Murray, who died last month while visiting friends in Massachusetts.

Holy Cow! Calf Naming Rights Go For $1,275
A family trio from Stonyfield Farm in Londonderry has donated $1,275 through an eBay auction for naming rights to UNH's first-born organic heifer.

Admissions Office Gets Award For Diversity Efforts
The admissions office was honored by the NAACP of the Seacoast this week for their efforts in recruiting students of color to UNH.

Journalism Student Remembers Don Murray

Wible Named Interim WSBE Dean

From Poverty to Empowerment: A Call To Action

Office of Sponsored Research Workers Attain Certification

Playing the Game- Excellence in Teaching

Art Gallery Presents Goya Prints and Works by NH Art Association

Humanities Conversations Kick Off Jan. 31

The Greek Trilogy Project at Johnson Theatre

UNH Faculty Concert Series

Best-Selling Children's Book Author Here Jan. 28

OS Council Meeting

Taking Note

Dairy Bar Hours

No Day at the Beach: Lecture on Cost of Closure

CPR and First Aid Classes At Campus Rec

Grant Deadline Feb. 1

File For Financial Aid By March 1

Faculty Concert Series Continues With Sospiri

Celebrity Series presents "Jane Eyre"

United Way Campaign Ends Close to $50,000 Goal

MLK King, Jr. Celebration

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Making News

The Miami Herald: MySpace study: Teens safe

David Finkelhor, director of the University of New Hampshire's Crimes Against Children Research Center, has not seen the MySpace study.But he welcomes more specific strategies to prevent children from getting victimized online and more academic research into what is really going on in cyberspace.

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