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Gregg Hall Goes Green
Form your own Green Team and see just how sustainable you can make your department or building. Gregg Hall takes the lead and offers examples of eco-friendly projects.

HRA Explained- New Benefit for 2009
If you have questions about how the new HRA is going to work, read on. You'll find a link at the end of the story to a list of frequently asked questions.


Staff Excellence Profile: Richard Haynes Honored with Social Justice and Diversity Award
Richard Haynes is known for his fabulous artwork and murals. Now he's been honored for all he does to promote social justice and advance diversity.

New Perks With Harvard Pilgrim Coverage
Not the gym type? Would you rather get your exercise in a yoga class or even with ballroom dancing? Now you may be able to get paid for these healthy measures.

NOTE: There are 2 days left until open enrollment ends.

Chili and Chowdah With Great Bay Coast Watch Nov. 14

Quad Rugby Team Hosts Tournament Nov. 7 – 9

French Week Features Discussion, Music, Cooking Demonstration, Nov. 5 and 6

Geographical Fair Nov. 12 Features Maps, Planetarium Show, NASA Images

NH Small Business Development Center Launches e-Learning for Entrepreneurs

UNH Celebrates First Gift to Fund Honoring Alum Killed in Afghanistan

UNH ROTC Cadets Recognize Veterans Day Nov. 7

Making News

US News:  Barack Obama Wins New Hampshire

Since 2000 when 38 percent of those who voted in the presidential election were Republicans and 33 percent were Democrats, the GOP dominance has evaporated, says Andrew Smith, director of the University of New Hampshire Survey Center.