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Breast-feeding/
breast-pumping needs?

The lounge in Batcheller House at 11 Rosemary Lane is open to students, staff and faculty needing a space to breast-feed or pump on campus. Call 2-1058 or e-mail the Women's Commission for information about specific day/time availability.

Embrace Life Fully program expands
The Embrace Life Fully (ELF) program has expanded coverage for the Life Line Screening Prevention Program to include benefits eligible spouses/same-gender partners of USNH employees. Life Line will offer three noninvasive and pain-free screenings utilizing advanced Doppler ultrasound, which can check for vascular disease. The screenings are carotid artery/stroke, abdominal aortic aneurysm and peripheral arterial disease. The three screenings cost $99, but ELF will subsidize $25 of the cost of the program. Register by Wednesday, March 31. Info: Nancy Puglisi at 2-0929.



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March 12, 2004, Edition
 
Professor awarded Fulbright for study in Austria
Willem deVries, professor of philosophy, has been awarded the Fulbright-University of Vienna Distinguished Chair in Humanities and Cultural Studies for the 2004-2005 academic year.
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A little spring in their step

Students enjoy the recent warm weather and indulge in a game of Frisbee during a break from classes. (Katelyn Dolan/Media Relations)
 
UNH scientists discover seamount
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Music professor designs concert for middle-schoolers
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