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A Glimpse of the Man Who Will Be President
An informal chat with newly named UNH president Mark Huddleston



Alum Returns to Receive Award, Donates Mass Notification System
Emergency notification system donated by generous alumnus in wake of Virginia Tech tragedy


We've Got The Whole World In Our Hands
Take a look at what went on during last week's Earth Day celebration



UNH Students Without Borders Draw Water From Sand
Student ingenuity turns desert sand into water



At UNH, The Dancers Fly

Commentary: A Hokie Parent and Mental Health Clinician Reacts to the Virginia Tech Tragedy

Professor Wins Prestigious Guggenheim, Radcliffe Fellowships

Two-Party Political System Discussed Today in Murkland Hall

Intercollegiate Dressage Association Team Wins Northeast Region For First Time

A Classroom That Works: Faculty Excellence

April 30 Event Focuses on Public Support of Cultural Life and Creative Pursuits

Dairy Students Take the Gold At North American Intercollegiate Challenge

UNH Manchester Conference on Keeping Challenging Students In-district

Student Researchers to Present Findings at Science and Engineering Symposium

Model United Nations Team Wins A Distinguished Delegation Award

US Representative Carol Shea-Porter to Give Keynote Address at the 5th Annual Teachers as Researchers Conference


Taking Note

Pulitzer Prize-winner John McQuaid on Campus Tonight

Celebrity Series Presents Boston Brass

All Jazzed Up

Presidential Candidate's Wife to Speak at Darfur Film and Discussion

Student Researchers Publish Findings—Available Online

Sign Up for Summer Courses

Music Debut at Symphony Concert

May Theatre Events: Aerial Dance and Dance Showcase

Bands To Perform

Faculty Makes Music

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Making News

News Blaze: Kids Get The 4-1-1, Parents Get Peace Of Mind From Novaz Net Resources

Online Victimization of Youth, a 2006 study conducted by the University of New Hampshire Crimes Against Children Research Center, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Juvenile Justice and the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, shows Internet use by teens is sharply on the rise with the growing popularity of social networking sites that allow kids to chat, blog, instant message each other and share photographs and videos.


Kudos

EPA Award

Harvest Dinner Takes the Bronze

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