ArchiveLetters Forum Higher LearningSearchPublishing ScheduleContact Us


Get Your UNH Shirts
Campus Recreation is holding its annual shirt sale, with proceeds supporting its programs. The sale will be held in the Recreation Center lobby Monday, Dec. 12, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.; Tuesday, Dec. 13, 9 a.m.-noon; and Wednesday, Dec. 14, noon-6 p.m. Supplies are limited. First come, first served. T-shirts, long sleeved shirts, and sweatshirts are available.

Special Rec Pass Available to Faculty and Staff Only
The UNH Campus Recreation Department is offering all benefits eligible faculty/staff (with a valid UNH ID) the opportunity to fit in some healthy fun and fitness over the holidays by coming to the Hamel Recreation Center for only $5 a week.† All guests and/or other family members (18 or over) can join for $5 a day. The deal runs Dec. 19, 2005 to Jan. 13, 2006. Facility hours are Dec. 19-23, 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Dec. 24-Jan. 1, center closed for the holidays; Jan. 2-6 and 9-13 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.; and Jan. 7-8 and 14-15, noon to 5 p.m. Fill out paperwork at the front desk of the Recreation Center and donít miss this opportunity to check out the facility and programs while the students are home for the holidays. Walk on the indoor track, take an aerobics class, try some yoga, play some basketball with your co-workers, or simply test out the equipment in the fitness center.

NEC Announces Winter Holiday Schedule
New England Center Hotel will close Wednesday Dec. 21, at 1:30 p.m., and reopen Thursday, Dec. 29, at noon. The restaurant closes Wednesday Dec. 21, at 1:30 p.m. and reopens for Sunday brunch Jan. 1, from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The restaurant reopens Monday Jan. 2, at 7 a.m.

More FYIs >>>

Dec. 7, 2005
Next Publication Date: Wednesday, Dec. 14 More >>>
Celebrate the holidays at the University Holiday Party Dec. 14 
Make sure to visit the University Holiday Party at the Whittemore Center Arena Wednesday, Dec. 14 from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m.  More >>> (12-09-05)
UNH To Establish Organic Dairy Farm
UNH will establish an organic dairy farm for research, education, and outreach, making it the nation’s first land-grant university to have an organic dairy farm. Londonderry, N.H. industry leader Stonyfield Farm has made a $200,000 leadership gift to the project, which carries an estimated price tag of $1.5 million. More >>> (12-07-05)
Meeting the 'Emperor' in Antarctica
Bob Champoux, an instructor with the Thompson School's Civil Technology program, is in Antarctica for a year-long professional development program. Recently Champoux sent photos of an Emperor penguin that he met recently while doing research.
Champoux and the Emperor penguin. According to Champoux, he and a colleague were surveying on the ice shelf when they heard the unmistakable squawk of an Emperor penguin..
. More >>> (12-07-05)
UNH Katrina Relief Efforts Raise Nearly $17,000 For National, Area Charities 
When the call for donations for Hurricane Katrina victims went out nationwide, students and members of the University of New Hampshire community mobilized immediately, organizing fundraising drives and events. That three-month effort has resulted in nearly $17,000 in donations, which is being given to local and national charities.
More >>> (12-07-05)
Wildcat Santa and Elderpet Accepting Holiday Donations 
For more than 15 years stacks of unwrapped Christmas presents have filled the Registrars Office and sat waiting to be taken to their new homes -- a family in need. It is the Christmas holiday season again, and the Wildcat Santa Committee members are eager to sort through hundreds of toys donated by the UNH and Durham community to support families in need of assistance this season. More >>> (12-07-05)

More News
IOD: Majority Of NH Residents Want Public Transportation That Is Accessible To All (12-07-05)
Balance Is Key To Meaningful Holidays With Children, Says Director Of UNH’s Child Study And Development Center (12-07-05)
Jazz CD Produced At UNH To Support Hurricane Katrina Relief (12-07-05)
Aerial Dance, Puppetry and Storytelling, and Dance Showcases Featured Dec. 7-9 (12-07-05)
'Human Rights Democracy Initiatives: Successes and Challenges' Held at UNHM Dec. 8 (12-07-05)
UNH Traditional Jazz Series Presents 'Celebrate Clark Terry’s 85th Birthday With Us' Dec. 14 (12-07-05)
CIS Signals: Update on Blackboard Performance Issues (12-07-05)
UNH In The News: Foster's: UNH to start an organic dairy farm (12-07-05)

Get CJ Delivered
to Your

Subscribe here.

Resources for
Faculty and Staff

Campus Rec
Faculty Senate
Jobs at UNH
OS Council
PAT Council
UNH Home

Past Issues

UNH Media Relations has online archives of Campus Journal dating back to January 2002. Older print issues are available in paper format at the Dimond Library.