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'Sugar Daddy' Ads Target Women On UNH Campus

DURHAM, NH (CBS) – It’s not your typical flier. It reads “Sugardaddyforme.com” an ad soliciting young women to connect with a complete stranger online.

The fliers are popping up all over the University of New Hampshire’s downtown business area and it’s causing alarm for school officials. 170 more words

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UNH Defends Using Librarian's Gift To Buy $1 Million Football Scoreboard

DURHAM, N.H. (CBS) – University of New Hampshire officials are defending how they spent a $4 million gift left to the school when a former librarian died. 365 more words

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Critics blast UNH plan to spend librarian's gift on scoreboard

When a longtime University of New Hampshire library cataloguer died last year at the age of 77, he left his entire estate to his alma mater, turning heads in New Hampshire and beyond. 444 more words

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UNH professor emeritus of plant biology wins prestigious award

Foster’s Daily Democrat (Dover, NH) – Monday, March 21, 2016

Author: Caitlin Andrews, candrews@fosters.com

DURHAM — Brent Loy’s work on plant genetics continues to blossom. 515 more words

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Aztecs 31, University of New Hampshire 0.

Yes, a good start.  As mentioned in my SDSU season preview, non-con games at home are often a source of disappointment.  Thankfully, the Aztec defense completely eliminated any semblance of University of New Hampshire (UNH from this point forward) offense.   224 more words

Librarian Who Lived Simply Left $4 Million Fortune To UNH

DURHAM, N.H. (CBS) – Robert Morin lived the simple life.

The University of New Hampshire librarian “never went out,” ate mostly frozen dinners and drove an older vehicle, … 260 more words

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So Long SML Sharks, Skates & Rays Class!

Thanks to everyone for a great week of shark and ray fun!  What a week of examining anatomy, boat trips full of attempts to see a live elasmobranch, and exploring the diversity and behavior of these fantastic animals.   34 more words

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