They're walking for hope. They're walking for their family, for friends, and for strangers everywhere who are fighting cancer. They're walking for a cure. The money they raise will go towards research programs, education, advocacy, and patient services to help bring the end to cancer a little closer.
Within the next several weeks, many graduating students will be on the hunt for new jobs for the summer, or even newfound careers. Bethany Cooper, a UNH grad and career advisor, has some tips to offer for the thousands of students in this situation.
Cooper recommends that students pursuing jobs should personally meet with the employer when meeting for an interview.
The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) is on the phone, and UNH students might not want to pick up. This past April, the MPAA sent a letter to the University regarding the subject of illegal file sharing. The letter, which was also sent to a group of other northeastern colleges, focuses on the illegal file sharing that has been suspected at UNH, and the monetary repercussions that the theft can warrant.
The upcoming Board of Trustees meeting in June will review the new biannual budget provided by the New Hampshire Legislation, and will make a decision on the eminent tuition increase of the 2005-2006 and 2006-2007 school years.
The University of New Hampshire's Judicial and Mediation Programs Office (JMPO) is using a new video to inform students about the consequences of alcohol and drug use on and off campus. The Alcohol and Drug Awareness video will include UNH student and parent interviews and a taping of a real University police arrest to help drive home its message.
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As some UNH students enjoyed one of the first warm afternoons this spring, other students were hard at work inside with their heads in the clouds - which is exactly where they want to be. This is business after all.
How is the group going to raise awareness about NASA and its programs on a $5,000 budget when it takes an astronomical sum of sixteen trillion dollars to run NASA (2005 figures) in the first place? That's $16,000,000,000 for an operating budget, and there is $168.
Joe Riillo scoops his hand through a large cooling pan of almost black coffee beans. "The longer they're roasted the darker the beans get," Riillo said nonchalantly. He lifts out a handful of the coffee beans from the roaster in downtown Portsmouth's Port City Coffee Roasters small café.