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Presidential Finalist Meets UNH Community
Members of the UNH community can meet Mark Huddleston, the latest presidential candidate, today during open forums or at this evening's reception at the New England Center. Huddleston is currently president of Ohio Wesleyan University.

Transportation Survey: Take II
The UNH Transportation Policy Committee is sponsoring two surveys to see how people are feeling about transportation services and whether further changes are needed.

Earth Day: Reduce Carbon, Clean Up Durham, Hear Solar Music
Celebrate Earth Day with New Hampshire Gov. John Lynch and learn how you can help clean up Durham.

Build a Boat in a Weekend
Build memories and an actual row boat during family-focused boat-building weekend.

PAT Council Discusses Changes to Health Insurance

Passing: Former Cooperative Extension Director Dies

UNH Alum Discusses Winning Pulitzer Prize, Career as a Reporter

Michael Leven to Receive Hotelier Of The Year Award April 21

Theatre Program In London Proves Inspirational

Holding Gaze Is Critical When Police Confront Hysterical Citizens

Congresswoman Recognizes UNH Reading And Mentoring Programs

New Book Addresses Liability of Schools Due to Negligence

Emerging Artists' Work On Display

Graduate Research Day Expands into Conference

Taking Note

Polar Explorer Documents Climate Change April 11

Public Hearing for UNH Police Department Accreditation

Novelist Benoit Duteurtre Here April 11

2007 President's Excellence through Diversity Award Deadline April 18

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Making News

New Hampshire Public Radio: Alchemy and Chemistry

Some people use religion to try to understand nature, and other people turn to chemistry. On tonight's show we're going to talk with Arthur Greenberg, the author of "From Alchemy to Chemistry in Picture and Story." Greenberg is a professor of chemistry at the University of New Hampshire and has put together a chronicle of some of the beauty, mystery, and humor that defines 500 years of chemistry.


NHC3UA Gets Environmental Award

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