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Cornucopia food pantry seeks donations
The Cornucopia is a UNH and a Campus Ministry-supported food pantry program serving the needs of faculty, staff, students and associated family members. Nonperishable food items and hygiene products can be donated to the food pantry year round. If you or your office group would like to make a contribution please contact Stephen Luber at 2-1889 for details. The Cornucopia is in Christensen Hall room G01, ground level off the loading dock area and is open on Wednesdays, 4-5:30 p.m., and Friday, noon-1:30 p.m.

Get your notices out on Catvision Channel 3
Want to get the word out above an upcoming university program or event? Housing’s Catvision Information Channel invites all departments of the university to submit announcements and information pertaining to events, activities and programs for free broadcast on Channel 3. Catvision Channel 3 is broadcast 24/7 and reaches all residence hall rooms, Forest Park apartments and is broadcast in the MUB Lobby during operational hours.


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September 3, 2004, Edition
 

Campus Journal Online Feature
UNH president outlines goals in State of the University address
University of New Hampshire President Ann Weaver Hart reviewed the previous year’s accomplishments and set goals for the future during the 2004 State of the University address Thursday, Sept. 2, 2004. (09-02-04) More >>>

 
UNH celebrates University Day Sept. 14
The UNH community will come together Sept. 14 for its annual University Day celebration, which will include the Academic Convocation, and the Campus Picnic and Student Activities Fair. (09-03-04) More >>>
 

A New Addition to the Family
Sue Bruns, UNH Horse Barns manager, is pleased to report that States Premium Mara has given birth to a boy. The colt, the son of Mara and dressage champion Pik L, was born Aug. 15. He is a gift given to the university through the generosity of Ann Whitten, of Horses Unlimited in Albuquerque, N.M., who owns Pik L, and Verne Batchelder, of River House Hanoverian in Piermont, N.H., who owns SPS Mara. (See previous story.) He will be sold to benefit UNH’s equestrian program. According to Bruns, he is a “beautiful colt” and “a bit of a fireball.”

Jolley named Manchester interim dean
UNH Provost Bruce Mallory has announced the appointment of Professor Robert Jolley as interim dean of UNH Manchester effective Sept. 1. (09-03-04) More >>>


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Poor air quality lowers worker productivity
Pollution Prevention Internship Program wins national award
OS Council reviews next steps
UNH ozone instrument on balloon ride across globe
UNH Observatory left in the dark
Status of shellfish focus of Sept. 16 public seminar
UNHM book group focuses on New England region

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