December 17, 2008
Celebrity Series Presents Sweet Honey in the Rock Jan. 26
UNH’s Celebrity Series will present Sweet Honey in the Rock, a female a cappella group, Monday, Jan. 26 at 7 p.m. in the Johnson Theatre of the Paul Creative Arts Center.
Sweet Honey in the Rock is a Grammy Award winning vocal ensemble committed to creating music out of the rich textures of the African American legacy and tradition. The group was formed by Bernice Johnson Reagon in 1973 at the D.C. Black Repertory Theater Company.
Reagon’s music displays flavors of blues, spirituals, gospel, reggae, African chants, hip hop, ancient lullabies, and jazz improvisation. The group’s repertoire speaks from the music of the black church, the calls of the civil rights movement, and songs of the struggle for justice everywhere. The name, Sweet Honey in the Rock, comes from Psalm 81:16, which describes the promise to a people to be fed by the honey from a rock. Comprised of five singers and one sign-language interpreter, the group tours the world singing songs of hope, love, justice, peace, and resistance. This concert is being sign interpreted.
Tickets, priced at $50 general admission and $20 for youth, are available by calling the MUB at 2-2290 Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tickets can now be purchased online at www.unhmub.com/ticket/.
Alumni Family Hockey Day Tickets on Sale
The Alumni Association invites you to attend the annual UNH Alumni Family Hockey Day with a pre-game spaghetti dinner at Stillings Dining Hall followed by a men's hockey game at the Whittemore Center, Saturday, Jan. 10, 2009. All-you-can-eat spaghetti dinner from 4:30 - 6:30 p.m. UNH vs. UMASS at 7 p.m.
Tickets are $20 for children under 18 and $25 for adults. If you already have your hockey ticket, dinner at Stillings is $10 per person. Tickets can be picked-up at Stillings before the game between 4:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. After 6:30 p.m., all uncollected tickets will be at the ‘will call’ table in the Whittemore Center lobby.
Parking is available in A-Lot. A shuttle will run from A-Lot to Stillings and from Stillings to the Whittemore Center.
The deadline to order tickets is Monday, January 5. Order your tickets online or by calling the Alumni Association at 1-800-891-1195.
Winter Parking Ban in Effect
The winter parking began Dec.1 and continues nightly through March 31, 2009. During this time most campus parking lots are closed, regardless of the weather, from midnight to 6 a.m. with the exception of designated exempt lots and conditionally available lots.
Weather conditional after-midnight parking is conditionally available in C lot and B lot, in addition to the normally exempt lots. On nights where there is no declared snow emergency, and no snow is falling or predicted, cars may be parked in either of these lots without penalty. However, if a snow emergency is called, cars must be removed from these lots before midnight or face ticketing and towing.
For more information go to unh.edu/transportation/parking/wpb.htm, or call the UNH Transportation Services Office at 2-1010.
Flu Shots Still Available
Health Services has a limited amount of the flu vaccine available. Call 2-2856 for an appointment. The cost is $18 for students who have paid their health fee and $30 for others.
Weight Management Program Sign Up Through Jan. 2
The Center for Health Enhancement is offering a 10-week weight management program in the spring 2009. The program includes individual dietary analysis and prescription; fitness assessment; the use of a personal activity monitor; body composition analysis in the Bod Pod; measurement of total body water; 1-hr metabolic testing; measurement of blood lipids, glucose and C-reactive protein.
Program will include 10 one-hour education sessions Thursdays from noon to 1 p.m. in Nesmith Hall, room 110. Maximum of 20 people. Signup by Friday, Jan. 2. Contact Anne Ronan at 2-1688 for more information and registration or visit our website at www.che.unh.edu. Faculty, staff and members of the local community are welcome to join the program.
Faculty Members Remind Your Students to Register for URC
The 10th Annual URC will take place April 17-25, 2009.
Registration opens Dec.1 and will remain open until early March 2009.The Undergraduate Research Conference is a defining event at UNH. At the weeklong symposium, hundreds of students from all academic disciplines present the results of their scholarly and creative research in an array of professional and artistic venues campus-wide. Demonstrations, performances, a world-renowned keynote speaker, and special guests add to the excitement of the annual conference.
For more information visit http://www.unh.edu/urc/.
Health Services Offers Free Light Therapy to Students, Faculty and Staff
Are you feeling sad, anxious or irritable? Having problems concentrating? Feeling less energized than usual? Sleeping more or having lower quality of sleep? Eating more and/or craving carbohydrates?
You may be more than a little blue; you may be experiencing Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). SAD is a pattern of seasonal depression, occurring every year in the early months of winter and lasting until spring.
Light therapy is one form of treatment of SAD, and is available at Health Services for UNH student, faculty and staff seven days a week.
Daily appointments are recommended, preferably in the morning. Session lengths range from 15 minutes to 2 hours, most session usually lasting 20-30 minutes.
For diagnosis and treatment, students are encouraged to make an appointment with a medical clinician at Health Services or a counselor at the Counseling Center.
To schedule a session call 2-3823. Students: to make an appointment with a Health Services medical clinician call 2-1806. For an appointment with a counselor at the Counseling Center call 2-2090.
Yoga Classes at Campus Rec
Basic hatha style yoga classes are offered at the Campus Recreation Center Monday through Saturday for students, rec center members and non-members, and the community. Six-class session: $30/student or recreation center member; $50/non-members. Basic exercise mats provided. Yoga mats may be purchased at the Recreation Center or you may bring your own mat/towel.
For a class schedule go to http://campusrec.unh.edu/index.cfm?id=64C9465D-D97E-AFD2-BBB892A5ACD83F5E. .
Massage Therapy Available
Health Services offers 50-minute massages with licensed massage therapists. Traditional: $35 student/$45 faculty & staff; hot stone, $45 student/$55 faculty & staff. Cash, credit card, check and Cats Cache accepted.
Gift certificates may be purchased by visiting Health Services or calling 2-3823. Gift certificates may only be purchased for and used by current UNH students, faculty and staff. For an appointment call 2-3823 or go to Health Services, room 249. For more information go to www.unh.edu/health-services.
High Tech Comes to the Wildcatessen
New online ordering capabilities will make it quick and easy to get food from the Wildcatessen. Simply go to Wild Express at
http://www.wildexpress.unh.edu/, select a category, place your order and it will be ready when you arrive. Allow 15 minutes between order and pick up.
Lactation Room Available
Dimond Library and the UNH President’s Commission on the Status of
Women would like to call attention to a lactation room that is available
in Dimond Library. This private room contains a hospital-grade Medela breast
pump, a gliding rocker, a refrigerator, and soft music. The room is designed
for nursing and milk expression. A key can be checked out at the main circulation
desk of the library. Please contact Pam Lehman at 2-1512 or the commission
office at 2-1058 for more information.