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Joe's Joe doesn't jive with late night ordinance

It is 2:00 a.m. in downtown Durham. The bars are emptying out the final stragglers, and the youthful crowd wants to fill their stomachs with something besides beer. But where these hungry bar hoppers would normally congregate for a hot slice of pizza is out of the question, at least after 2:00 a.

 

UNH mentors gain as much as they give

During the prime years of their lives, many young teens are faced with issues of family, peer pressure and low academic performance, which are just a few of the influences that can make or break their fragile world. Since October 2003, UNH students of the Wildcat Youth Mentor Program have worked hard to help and guide children of local schools, like the Barrington Middle School, into realizing the potential they have to succeed in life.

Georgia Senator supports Kerry in speech at UNH

GA Sen. Max Cleland shakes the hand of Ret. US Navy Submarine Serviceman Ken Latchaw after speaking at UNH Monday evening. Sen. Cleland made his stop in Durham to speak to veterans and students alike about the Kerry-Edwards campaign for the Presidency.
GA Senator Max Cleland spoke Monday night in the cramped Wildcat Den at UNH to rally a mixed crowd of veterans and students alike for Sen. John Kerry's campaign for the presidency. Large Kerry posters lined the walls and behind the stage. A woman in the back of the room held a cardboard sign with simple hand written letters printed on it spelling, "MAX.

 

University Day unites community

UNH will come together today, Sept. 14, in a communal effort to celebrate academics, scholarship and service in its annual University Day and Academic Convocation.
The day's events will include the Academic Convocation in Richards Auditorium in Murkland Hall from 12:30 p.

University Day Schedule

University Day Events

12:30 p.m. - 2 p.m. Academic Convocation, Richards Auditorium, Murkland Hall
3:30 p.m. - Student Activities Fair & Campus Picnic, T-Hall Lawn
4:15 p.m. - NH Notes
5 p.m. - Tug 'O War at the flagpole
5 - 6 p.m. - Wayne from Maine, Murkland Courtyard
5:15 p.

 

Beginning to Bridge the Gap

Four years ago, Dr. Charles Goodspeed and Epping's town manager made a proposal to the U.S. Department of Transport Federal Highway Administration with ideas to reduce congestion and shorten work zone periods by introducing new technology into construction.

UNH ranks off the charts of the Princeton Review

When it comes to the annual college rankings each fall, one thing seems to hold true: disagreements are bound to ensue. This year is no different here at the University of New Hampshire, as the Princeton Review has left UNH off every major list, and students and administrators are voicing their opinions over the hotly debated annual list.

 

Bracelets help cancer victims live strong

You've seen the yellow bracelets on wrists around campus, and maybe even thought they were pretty cool. But they're more than just a neat rubber bracelet: the people wearing them are representing a good cause.
"I feel naked without mine on. It's really become a part of who I am," said Jody Chamberlind-Cook, a senior resident assistant in Mills.


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