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Presidential Search Update
The Presidential Search Committee continues its efforts to find a new leader. Candidates to visit campus in April.



More Than Just an Ice Cream Shop
The Dairy Bar offers up affordable homemade eats in an old train station. For an order of 10 or more, they'll even deliver.


Why Wildcat? The Facts Behind the Cat
Ever wonder how the wildcat became the UNH mascot? We were almost the Bulls.


I Lost 10,000 Pounds; Ask Me How
The UNH Speakers Bureau takes on climate change at the New Hampshire 2007 Great Decisions Conference.



Retirement Participants Take Note

Obesity And Environmental Chemicals: Research Probes Potential Link

Rosenberg Center Franchise 50 Index Outperforms S&P in 2006

Former UN Chief Weapons Inspector to Discuss Iran

CEO Forum Welcomes Felton Brush President

French Honor Society Chapter Kicks Off Fundraising

Students Perform Light Jazz Concert at The Art Gallery

Estuaries Reports Help With Land Use Decisions

What Cold?


Spring Break

The Campus Journal won't publish next week during spring break. Look for it online or in your mailbox March 21.

Taking Note

No Cinderella Story For Women's History Month

Nominations Sought for Community Leader Awards

URC '07 registration deadline Friday

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Making News

Boston Herald: Investors change rules of starting up

Recent statistics from the University of New Hampshire show that angels invested $23.1 billion last year, vs. $21.7 billion the prior year. And you have entrepreneur friends who four years ago raised the same amount you are looking for, based on a plan and a presentation — at a time when there wasn't as much money floating around as today."


Kudos

English Professor Helps Choose Library of Congress Recordings


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