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Why We're All Here - Welcome Class of 2013
More than 3,000 first-year students had their photo taken with President Mark Huddleston (front center) on the Thompson Hall lawn Friday Aug. 28 during a break from moving into their dorm rooms.


Eating the Talk: Office of Sustainability Goes Local
The folks at the Office of Sustainability decided to walk the talk on eating locally recently in celebration of Eat Local Month and spent a week dining on grilled panini sandwiches, frittatas and quiches, and salads bursting with fresh vegetables.

What's Happening? Find Out With the Revamped Calendar
Whether you’re looking to attend a seminar or a football game or want to know the last day you can drop a class, you can find it on the newly-revamped UNH calendar.

Efforts in Place to Respond to H1N1
Flu season is still a few months away but it’s not too early to start taking precautions, especially with the H1N1 virus already showing up on some college campuses around the country.

Slavic Sins of the Flesh is Focus of UNH Professor's New Book

Carsey: State of Working New Hampshire Is Mixed for 2009

Census on Campus

Nanomanufacturing Center Receives $12.25 Million from NSF

Cycling Challenge Sept. 11 - 13 to Raise Money for Northeast Passage

Traditional Jazz Series Presents the Russell Malone Quartet

Excellence in Research: John Mayer, Professor of Psychology

Making News

The New York Times: Big Screen Evolves to Compete With Small
''A bad or poorly received film can go down a bit easier if one is sitting in a comfortable reclining seat and has the chance to occasionally stretch their legs. In this sense, cinema-going has as much to do today with the hospitality industry as it does with the film industry, per se,'' says Jeffrey Klenotic, associate professor of communication arts at the University of New Hampshire.