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Parking Permit Pricing Discussed at PAT Council
Transportation Services is exploring ways to increase future revenue in anticipation of the continuing rise in gas prices coupled with repair and maintenance costs.



Steps Are Being Taken to Mitigate Rising Health Insurance Fees
Read what's being done to help offset the price of health care for UNH staff.


Revamped Web Site Better Serves PAT Council
The PAT Council is in the process of unveiling a new Web site to better keep people informed on current issues.



Marine Research Pier Completed
The former Coast Guard pier in New Castle has finally given way to a new pier for marine research.


Please note: There will be no Campus Journal during Spring Break. Next issue will be March 26.

Lilies Ready by Greenhouse Open House March 28 — 29

Natalie Jacobson 2008 Donald Murray Visiting Journalist

Removing Significant Amounts Of Nitrogen Prevents Downstream "Dead Zones"

Child Study And Development Center Hosts Colorful Auction April 5

Improved Social Skills Programming Needed for Students with Autism

Campuses Merge Community Outreach Programs

Union Questions Answered by HR

Vote Now: CIE Photo Contest

WSBE Professor Reports on Travels in India

Innovation to Benefit Everyone: The Direct Entry Master's in Nursing (DEMN)

Monetary And Fiscal Policy Focus Of UNH Seminar March 14

Taking Note

Treat Yourself to a Massage During Spring Break

COLSA Visionary Seminar Series

Oil Production Focus of Carsey Institute Brown Bag Lunch March 27

Full-Time Administrator Wanted by CIE

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Letters

Letter to the Editor: UAW Union of Choice

Letter to the Editor: Staffer Supports Union


Making News

Vermont Magazine: UNH conducts demographic study

The Changing Faces of New England: Increasing Spatial and Racial Diversity, a new demographic study conducted at the University of New Hampshire's Carsey Institute, concluded that New England's population is growing more racially diverse but increasing at a slower rate than the nations. The study also found that there are notable differences between demographic trends in northern and southern parts of the region, and between rural and urban areas.


Kudos

Wildcat Transit Honored by FTA


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