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Durham Ambulance Corps holds drive
The Durham Ambulance Corps is holding its biennial fund drive. A nonprofit organization that operates out of a station on College Road on campus, the corps is responsible for covering all 911 emergency medical calls in Durham, UNH, Lee and Madbury. Last year, the corps responded to 1,069 calls last year – its highest call volume ever and a 10 percent increase over 2001. All donations are tax deductible and should be made to the Durham Ambulance Corps, P.O. Box 4, Durham, NH 03824.

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Holloway Commons

Holloway Commons, the new dining and conference facility, will host an open house Aug. 28, from 3-5 p.m. The air-conditioned facility has 70,000 square feet of dining space for up to 800 people. Dining is on two levels and includes a brick oven pizza, Euro kitchen, Asian station, delicatessen, salad bar, grill and more. Meeting rooms are Internet accessible with theater-style seating available for up to 450 and dinner or meeting style seating for up to 300.

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Aug. 8, 2003 Edition
UNH develops system to track deadly hazards
With concern about chemical, biological and radiological hazards still on the minds of many Americans, UNH has developed a comprehensive online system that research universities nationwide can use to manage their stores of some of the world's most dangerous substances.

The UNH Chemical Environmental Management System (UNHCEMS) was developed by the UNH Research Computing Center (RCC) in consultation with the UNH Department of Environmental Health and Safety. The Web-based system allows public and private institutions to manage hazardous chemicals stored at multiple locations on their campuses. State and federal guidelines mandate that such institutions meet hazardous materials safety and compliance laws. (8-08-03) More >>>
University honors Bigglestone with plaza
UNH will recognize long-time Director of Women's Athletics and Coach Gail Bigglestone with the naming of the plaza adjacent to Memorial Field in her honor. The dedication of Bigglestone Plaza at Memorial Field will be Sunday, Sept. 7, 2003, from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. (8-08-03) More >>>

UNH's Hidden Jewel: Mendum's Pond

As young children squatted on the forest floor delicately picking wild blueberries and gobbling them up, couples and co-eds sunbathed on secluded rocks warmed by the day's sun that hugged the shoreline.
It was another spectacular day on Mendum's Pond at the UNH Recreation Center.

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