October 13, 2015
Feeling Sore, or Stuck in a Rut? Need to Boost Your Physical and Mental Well-Being? Grab a Yoga Mat, Take a Deep Breath, and Say om.
It’s the trend that is changing the way we look at diet and exercise. Not a day goes by that we don’t see or hear something in the media related to yoga, and for good reason too! There is an infinite amount of benefits that stem from yoga, from reducing stress to preventing sports injury. Not bad, considering it’s a skill you can do anywhere. That’s why here at... Read More
September 22, 2015
Are You Unsure of The Cause of Your Stress? Do You Have Issues Dealing With Your Work and/or Personal Life?
If you feel you cannot handle what life throws at you, use the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) , a prepaid counseling service that can help you, your spouse and your dependents reduce stress and fix problems in your lives. The program has a network of unbiased counselors who can provide an unbiased point of view and help you brainstorm new, realistic options.
These professionals have... Read More
February 5, 2015
Your work day has just ended and you’re walking down the stairs, next thing you know, you slip and fall. When you come back to work, you’re on crutches. Your parking spot on campus is far from your office and you’re struggling to hold your laptop bag, lunch, and purse.
If only there was some way of making it to your office without breaking a sweat. But, there is! The Wildcat Access van makes your transportation across campus a breeze. The van can pick you up at the lot and bring you to your... Read More
July 9, 2014
The number of high school students with disabilities who plan on continuing their education in college is increasing. Students with disabilities may need certain accommodations, and it is important for faculty to be receptive and responsive to their needs.
UNH Disability Services for Students offers a wide range of support services for students with physical or mental disabilities. The program was specifically developed to provide resources, support and accommodation to facilitate full... Read More
June 13, 2014
If you are student who is interested in supporting and helping fellow students with health concerns, then peer education and mentoring may be for you! Peer education and peer mentoring services provided by the UNH Health Services Office of Health Education and Promotion are intended for UNH students who are interested in outreaching to UNH other students who are struggling with certain health issues or concerns by providing education, support and engaging activities. Peer education and... Read More
March 31, 2014
A weekly trip to the grocery store can sometimes turn into a battle with your wallet when shopping on a tight budget. It is often easier to choose off the shelf or frozen food items which require minimal preparation but typically do not have much nutritional benefit. It is important to fuel our bodies with the nutrients provided by a well-balanced diet to enable us to keep up with the demands of everyday life. If Easy Mac with a side of Ramen Noodles has become a familiar meal, then it might... Read More
March 28, 2014
During the month of April, the UNH community as well as many other communities across the nation will be participating in Sexual Assault Awareness Month.The National Sexual Violence and Resource Center states that the Sexual Assault Awareness Month is intended to “raise public awareness about sexual violence and to educate communities and individuals on how to prevent sexual violence.”
This April, UNH’s very own Sexual Harassment & Rape Prevention Program (SHARPP) will be organizing... Read More
February 17, 2014
While caught in the middle of studying for exams and writing papers this semester, one thing you are probably looking forward to is spring break. When this week of fun you’ve had planned for so long is so close you can almost taste it, the thought of potentially getting sick before, during or after your trip may not even cross your mind. Wherever your destination may be, the potential for experiencing disease and illness is much greater when traveling. With many students soon boarding... Read More
October 18, 2013
“I CHOOSE to be positive.” This is a phrase that we do not hear enough in our world. You know how when someone says, “I love your hair today”, or “You are absolutely wonderful”, you feel absolutely amazing inside? Why don’t we say these simple phrases everyday? Why don’t we make someone’s day, everyday? The goal of Operation Beautiful is to end negative self talk or “fat talk”. Negative self-talk inflicts pain; emotionally, spiritually and physically. Simple acts of kindness, as simple as... Read More
October 16, 2013
A great way to have fun and stay in shape at UNH is by getting involved in intermurals! There are tons of great activities that range from flag football to dodge ball. Everyone can find something they enjoy!
Intermurals are available all throughout the year. There are male, female, and co-ed leagues. Games are on weeknights, and are scheduled around class times. Intermurals are actually refereed by trained students, who take the games very seriously. One of the best parts about intermurals is... Read More