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DeMeritt Hall Closing to Make Way for New Building
A farewell celebration was held at DeMeritt Hall on May 5 to say good-bye to the 93-year-old building. In June, it will be torn down to make way for the new physics department.



Bike/Walk to Work Day May 18
Help reduce CO2 emission, save money and get some exercise by joining in the bike/walk to work event next week.



Writing Instructor's Memoir Hits New York Times Best-sellers List
Writing instructor's first book hits the New York Times best-sellers list a month after being published.


None of the Above: PAT Council Doesn't Like Any Proposed Insurance Increases
Changes to the co-payments for certain health services discussed by council.


End of Fiscal Year Reminders From HR

Visit to UNH Gets Fifth Graders Excited about Science

Thompson School Commencement is Saturday, May 12

Undergraduates Awarded For Science And Engineering Research

McQuilken to Receive WSBE's Entrepreneurial Venture Creation Award

WSBE Students Vie For Holloway Business Plan Prize

Faculty Senate Minutes Summary- April 2


Taking Note

Meet the SHHS Dean Candidate

EOS Concert Thursday

ArtBreak Series: Wednesday, noon — 1 p.m.

Water Lines Maintenance Ongoing

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Making News

Gloucester Daily Times: Releasing farm grown fish into the wild found promising

Some fragile stocks in the ocean, including cod and flounder, could be rebuilt using fish hatched in captivity and released into the wild, according to a new study by the University of New Hampshire.



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