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Kids gymnastics classes announced
Gymnastics classes for school age community children are being offered on Wednesday afternoons at the UNH Field House. Boys and girls classes of all levels are taught in a safe, progressive manner. Classes are going on now. For information call 2-2181.

Durham Art Association shows continues until Dec. 19
The annual $100 art show continues at New England Center until Dec. 19. All pieces of artwork are priced at $100 each. A fine selection of watercolors, oils, pastels, acrylics, scratchboard and photography. The sale of the artwork benefits the scholarship fund for local area high school students pursuing a career in art.

Folk Club members meet Nov. 4
University Folk Club members and guests will meet at noon on Tuesday, Nov. 4, at the Balcony Bistro in Cole Hall of the Thompson School. For information or reservations, call 868-5178 or 868-9692.

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Oct. 31, 2003, Edition
NEASC self-study team visits UNH campus
The New England Association of Schools and Colleges’ (NEASC) self-study team met with Durham faculty and staff Oct. 21 to discuss the reports generated as part of the university’s decennial accreditation process. Accreditation provides an opportunity for the university to evaluate its strengths and challenges through both self-study and external review. (10-31-03)
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United Way Campaign Kicks Off
UNH kicked off its United Way campaign this week. Cari Moorhead, United Way committee co-chair, discussed campaign goals, student involvement, and incentive prizes. President Ann Weaver Hart also attended the annual breakfast to address the 100 “Team Leaders” who will help coordinate the campaign through the different departments on campus. This year, the goal is to have 25 percent of the campus participate in the campaign and raise $80,000. This is also the first year that students have been invited to participate.
UNH’s 2003 United Way committee members include (seated from left) Linda Hayden, assistant director Campus Recreation Department; Gregg Sanborn, executive assistant, President’s Office; Andy Smith, director, UNH Survey Center; Cari Moorhead, director undergraduate programs and advising/WSBE; Dan Raposa, Jr., director, marketing and corporate development, Athletics; (standing) Marianne Fortescue, service learning coordinator, UNH Partnership for Social Action; Darius Thompson, director of placement and corporate relations/WSBE; and Jennifer Higgins, associate director, major gifts, UNH Foundation. Not pictured are Guy Eaton, director, Buildings & Grounds; Tom Laue, professor of biochemistry; Sue Lucius, administrative manager, Department of Biochemistry; and Jeff Morris, director, corporate giving, NHPTV.  
Aber testifies in Washington on post-9/11 visa reform
At the request of U.S. Senator John Sununu (R-NH), Vice President for Research and Public Service John Aber traveled to Washington, D.C., last week to testify at a foreign relations subcommittee hearing. (10-31-03) More >>>

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