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Sneak Preview of What's to Come at the Train Station and Dairy Bar
Check out the progress being made at the train station and Dairy Bar, now undergoing renovations and expected to reopen this summer.

Honors Program Director Named Interim Vice Provost
Lisa MacFarlane, director of the university honors program and a professor of English and American studies, has been appointed interim vice provost.

Rain Doesn't Deter Car-Free Commitment
A week into going car-free, Beth Potier reports on how it's going so far.

Pranksters Cross Over to Dangerous Vandalism with Manhole Cover Removal
Someone has been removing manhole covers, creating a dangerous situation.

Staff Recognition Day Photo Gallery

Communications Professor to Deliver Lindberg Lecture May 8

Grammy Winner Named Entrepreneurial Venture Creation Person of the Year

UNH Celebrates 20th Anniversary of State's First Business Plan Competition

Making Music in South Korea

Scientists Head to Warming Alaska on Ice Core Expedition

Institute Awards $2.8 Million to Improve Coastal Planning & Development

Transitioning to the Next Generation is Topic of UNH Family Business Event

Professor Travels to Italy to Discuss Transnationalism in the Middle East

Intercollegiate Dressage Team Takes Fourth Place

IT Governance and Technology Master Planning Steering Committee Formed

25th Annual International Fiesta At Smith Hall May 9

24th Annual Women's Commission Awards Celebration

Taking Note

CIS Staff Retirement Reception

Bike/Walk to Work Day is May 16

Retirement Party May 15

Diane Tebbetts Retirement Celebration May 30

Choir and Symphony Concert May 11

Free Hearing Screenings May 13

Alan Ray Farewell

Grade 3-6 Students Invited for May 9 Drama Day

Student Theatre and Dance Talent Showcased

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Making News

Wall Street Journal: The Farm Bill and Free Trade

Mr. Gordon, professor emeritus at the University of New Hampshire, is the author of "America's Trade Follies" (Routledge, 2001). Mr. Cho is an assistant professor at Chicago-Kent College of Law and author of "Free Markets and Social Regulation" (Kluwer Law International, 2003).

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