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UNH offers flu vaccine to students

By Jennifer Feals

Every year, the anxiety of catching the flu comes upon us. We fear the headache, the runny nose, the cough and sore throat. But there is one thing that could potentially save us from this dreaded illness: the flu shot. For this year's vaccinations, the government is taking actions to help make them available to those who are at high risk of catching the disease earlier than those who are not.

Man arrested after lurking around UNH campus

By Jen Keefe

UNH police questioned and then arrested Scott Nitchie, a 24-year-old Concord man, last Sunday around 10:30 p.m., for suspicious behavior in the Lower Quad. Several residents of Engelhardt Hall as well as Hall Director Deb Whitney spotted Nitchie lurking in Engelhardt Hall.

Drilling in Alaska goes to Congress

By Amanda Huelat

About 1.5 million acres of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) could be open for oil drilling if Congress approves the Budget Reconciliation Bill this week. UNH students and staff have been fighting to protect the refuge by sending e-mails and making phone calls to N.

Broomball sweeps campus

By Michael Blinn

Two teams of six players each - three male and three female - line up for the face-off at center ice. All are dressed in the requisite clothing: sweatpants, sweatshirts, sneakers and ill-fitting hockey helmets. As the whistle blows, the teams attack a large orange ball with long sticks, though it appears that only a minority of the twelve really has a handle on exactly what they are doing.

Love your body, love yourself

By Carie Schelfhaudt

Elaborately decorated pictures of smiling faces lined the walls of the MUB, Holloway Commons and the Whittemore Center on Monday in celebration of Love Your Body, Love Yourself Day. Each face, unique to its own traits, reflected the shining personalities of UNH students.

UNH strives for a new look

By Rachel Russell

By 2024 the University of New Hampshire will have undergone extensive transformations, including renovated academic and residence buildings, new residence halls, parking garages, bike and pedestrian pathways and various other landscape changes to convert the University to a walking campus.

Freshman camp set to return in 2006

By Alexander Plummer

One year after University-imposed sanctions, UNH's Freshman Camp is back, and with a new set of executives, the frosh-friendly program is ready to roll again in 2006. The camp, which is run by a small group of upperclassmen, is designed to provide incoming freshman with the resources they need to feel comfortable once they reach the actual school year.

"Afghans for Afghans" spreads warmth and knowledge

By Lauren Pitts

In a cozy corner of campus, six women sit around tables and work on their knitting while exchanging conversation. Their discussions range from government policies, to important world issues, to their most recent reads. Half a world away, as the temperature drops and the winter weather draws nearer, the impoverished women of Afghanistan have different concerns: survival for themselves and their families.

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