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Dining Halls to Use 'Guiding Stars' for Nutritional Guidance
UNH Dining's nationally recognized food program is getting even better with the adoption of a system that ranks food according to its nutritional value.

Direct Deposit Paper Pay Stubs Being Eliminated; Information Available Online
Email notifications for folks who use direct deposit are replacing paper versions and will save $36,000 a year.

Playing It Safe: No Game for the Office of Environmental Health and Safety
The Office of Environmental Health and Safety does a great job ensuring our wellbeing on campus. Here's how.

Passings: Music Professor Emeritus Paul Verrette
Paul Verrette's friends called him a better man than he was a musician–and he was a very good musician.

UNH Will Continue Community Therapeutic Riding Program

New Information Technology Program Fills Marketplace Need

Wildcats to Go Green at Football Season Opener Sept. 5

Researchers Using New Sonar Technology to Study Cod Populations

Faculty Recognized for Work in Early Childhood Education

Professor's Book Examines North American Climate Change Policy

UNH Energy Efficiency Programs Granted $953K From State

Marine Docents Informational Meeting for Volunteers Aug. 20

Faculty Excellence: Tim Barretto, Associate Professor of Community Leadership

NH Franchise Index Booms Back Amid Strong Rally

2010 Holiday Schedule

Making News

Washington Times: GOP hopes to rebound with Ayotte (Survey Center)
"New Hampshire Republicans have lost most of the state's top offices in recent years, but the losing streak could be nearing an end in a critical 2010 Senate contest that early polls show is up for grabs. "