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Segways Help Campus Police Go Green
UNH police hope the two-wheeled electric scooter Segway will serve as a conversation starter with students while helping the department do its part to conserve energy.




Researchers Tag First-Ever Free-Swimming Leatherback Turtles in New England
Three monstrous leatherback turtles swimming off Cape Cod will provide information on their migratory patterns now that they've been tagged by UNH researchers.



DeMeritt Hall, Home of the Physics Department, Ready For Students
Construction on DeMeritt Hall is in its final stages and the brand new building will be ready to welcome students when the fall semester begins next month.



Art Gallery Name Now Matches Mission
What's in a name is the reason the Art Gallery will now be known as the Museum of Art.



UNH On 'Green Honor Roll' Of Top 11 Sustainable Colleges

Anniversary of Lincoln-Douglas Debates Highlights Pointlessness of Today's Political Rhetoric

Community Development Pioneer Michael Swack Joins Carsey Institute

UNH Expands Career Fair as Demand for Hiring Millennials Grows

Tornado Storm Damage Information Meetings Offered

4-H Equine Seminar Not Just Another Horse Camp for New Hampshire Youth

Roadwork Re-routes Traffic to Rosemary Lane

Film 'Including Samuel' to Support Iraqi Disability Rights Movement





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Macroworld Investor: Grow or buy? Careful gardening can pay off but it's best to start small

''You can spend a lot of money on gardening,' said Becky Grube, sustainable horticulture specialist at the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension. ''But you don't have to make a big investment.'
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