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President's Budget Letter: Reductions Include Layoffs
Balancing the 2010 budget required harsh measures. President Mark Huddleston calls these "not easy times."

'Scooting to Work' Takes on New Meaning
Bike, smike. Here's an alternative mode of transportation that the rider thinks is also great exercise and just as much fun.

U Doo Compost Program Gets New Equipment
Tons of food waste from UNH dining halls goes to make U DOO compost. Oh, a new tractor and turner help, too.

PAT Council Updated on Harassment-Free Workplace Training
An online employee and supervisor training program to promote a harassment-free workplace will be rolled out in the fall.

President Accepts FPLC Merger Recommendation

UNH Makes Times Square Marquee

Walk NH Draws a Crowd

UNH Provost Search Committee Seeks Nominations

Ice Cream Screams 'Thank You'

A "Light" Commencement

Professor Named Prestigious Fulbright Scholar

Professor Pens Guidelines for Spinal Injuries on Playing Field

Franchise Index Falls 11.6 Percent as Financial Markets Spiral

UNH Report: New Fuel Economy Standards Economic Boon for Northeast

NH Distributors Named Family Business of the Year

UNH Launches New Writing Minor

2008-09 Faculty Senate Minutes Summary May 4, 2009

Making News

Boston Globe: Study: New fuel economy rules would benefit N.E.
A University of New Hampshire analysis shows New England would benefit under the new fuel economy standards for cars and passenger trucks announced by President Obama, saving fuel and reducing emissions by 2025 -- the equivalent of removing 17.5 million cars from the road for one year.