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AGR would like to thank community

Dear UNH and Durham Community,

For those of you who don't know what happened, I will give you a little background on this amazing story on how the Greek Community, UNH students, faculty, staff and administrators pulled together to raise $2000 in a 48-hour period for a puppy named Mac!
Mac is an 8-month- old Rottweiler that is the mascot for the Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity.

 

Gay marriage should not be an issue in election

Nick Christiansen
Sophomore
9/1/04

Gay marriage should not be an issue this election year. With all of the crises going on in the world today in Iraq, North Korea and here at home with the state of our health care, education and economy, gay marriage hardly ranks among the important issues of the day.

It's All Greek to Me!

If you haven't heard, allow me to be the first to inform you. Things are changing in the UNH Greek community. Members are staring down two paths, one leads to prosperity, growth, founding values, policy compliance, fun and development; the other, simply leads to the demise and destruction of a once great tradition at the University of New Hampshire.

 

Week in Greek

UNH Greeks


Area III Recruitment BBQ:Wednesday September 22,2004from 3-6:45



Men's Recruitment: Sept. 26,27 Formal Rush - Sept. 28,29 Open Rush - Sept. 30 Closed Rush - Oct. 1 Bids Day



Women's Recruitment: Starts Oct. 3 through that


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