President Anne Weaver Hart is officially leaving UNH. On Thursday, May 4, Temple University's Board of Trustees unanimously elected Hart as the new president of the Philadelphia-based school. Temple, which is the 26th largest university in the country with 34,000 students, is looking forward to having Hart as their new leader.
Jonathan Wells, a senior UNH theater and dance major, is tall and trim without an ounce of body fat. His dark features are striking, and his muscles are sculpted and defined, long and lean as a dancer's should be - except his specialty doesn't have anything to do with the ground.
=Although the title of Miss New Hampshire may sound overwhelming to some, Emily Hughes is adjusting to it very well. "This is my fifth year in the program, so I've had time to prepare for the responsibilities that come with the title," Hughes said.
Naps: college students and kindergarteners love them. Now, there may be proof that catching a few zzz's in the afternoon can be beneficial to your health. "Research shows that the benefits of naps include increased productivity, alertness, creativity, problem solving ability, lowers stress levels, rejuvenates the body and enhances moods," said Kathleen Grace-Bishop, director of health education at Health Services.
With the America East Conference tournament this weekend, the UNH Women's Lacrosse team will look to end their rollercoaster season and a positive note. The Wildcats arrived in Baltimore yesterday, looking for an opportunity to make the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2004.
As Marvin Gaye once famously said, "what's going on?" This past Tuesday the TNH reported that both the men's and women's tennis teams had received more offers from private donors, including legendary woman's player Billie Jean King, to help fund and ultimately bring back Division I status for both teams.