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Tri-Council Airs Concerns With Vice President of Finance and Administration
Representatives from the PAT, OS and EE Councils recently talked with Dick Cannon regarding constituents' concerns about health care premiums.

Baskets of Hope – Time to Give
Thanksgiving is still two weeks away so there's plenty of time to make a donation to the Cornucopia Food Drive.

Civil Union Law Changes Benefits for Same-Sex Partners
Benefits for UNH employees who are in civil unions begin Jan. 1, 2009.

The Music Department and Dimond Library Collaborate on Amy Beach Production
A special partnership brings the music and life of one of New Hampshire's most important composers to UNH this weekend.

NH Authors Share WWII Stories Here Nov. 18

Tell Me Your Credit Score and I'll Tell You If You're a Good Person

Staff Excellence: Paula DiNardo, Professional Advising Award 2008

Get the Inside Scoop on Energy at the Next CEO Forum Nov. 13

Workers May Find Themselves Thrown Under the Bus in Economic Downturn

NH Sea Grant Extension Educator Receives Outstanding Outreach Award

Professor Writes First Book about Life in the American College Town

Faculty Senate Minutes Oct. 20, 2008

Making News

Union Leader: It's not just Massachusetts

New Hampshire's apparent shift from Republican "red" to Democratic "blue" can be primarily attributed to moderates and liberals who have moved to the state from throughout the Northeast, not just the Bay State, according to a University of New Hampshire political science professor