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Practicing What She Teaches
Italian instructor Darby Tench Leicht brings opera to life and audiences to laughter during her performances.

Making Wind to Track Air Quality
Air quality data is now being collected year round for analysis at AIRMAP's observation station at the Isles of Shoals.

Inauguration, Convocation and Annual Picnic Sept. 16
Don't miss the official launch of the new academic year with the academic convocation, president's inauguration and university picnic next Tuesday.

Dairy Bar Grand Opening Set for Friday, Sept. 12
I scream, you scream! Get free ice cream when you bring a new or used book to the Dairy Bar's grand opening this Friday.

PAT Council Rep Nominations This Month

Lyme Student Named New Hampshire's 2008 Robert Frost Youth Poet

UNH Researchers Find Children's Advocacy Centers Improve Response to Child Abuse Victims

Senior Wrote Computer Code for Eagerly Anticipated Large Hadron Collider

N.H. Charitable Foundation Grant Brings 'Including Samuel' to Schools

Reception for University Professorships and Presidential Chairs

Leader of Carlson Companies to Speak at UNH Oct. 16

UNH Licenses Green Chemistry Technology to Itaconix LLC

Making News

Portsmouth Herald: Discuss immigration at AIM's Constitution Forum

This year's speaker is Lucy Salyer, associate professor of history at the University of New Hampshire. Salyer's presentation "Immigrants and the U.S. Constitution: Lessons from the Past," will cover the history of immigration and the Constitution.