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Submit Your Writing to The Eye!

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NHTI's Student Literary Magazine

Each year The Eye publishes the best student writing of the year, as judged by a panel of student editors.  Last year The Eye celebrated its 25th Anniversary with a special commemorative edition publishing the very best student writing of the past quarter-century.

Now is your chance to submit your work to this year's edition of The Eye!  Submissions are accepted in a wide range of genres including:

  • Creative Nonfiction (Essay, Memoir, Journalism)
  • Critical Analysis
  • Description
  • Fiction/Poetry/Play
  • Journal/Freewrite
  • Research/Persuasion
  • Other

Submit your best work online at http://nhtiquery.nhti.edu/eye/.  For more information contact the.eye.submissions@gmail.com or pdelbonis-platt@ccsnh.edu, ext. 4151.

 


pennyPenny Wars!

The War Began: Tuesday Sept 29
The War Ends: Tuesday Nov 3
The War Takes Place: In The NHTI Library

All competing student clubs will have a jar on display in the Library.  Support your favorite club by putting pennies in their jar!  OR ... attack other clubs by putting silver coins or bills in their jars!  The goal is to have the most amount of pennies and least amount of silver or paper!

The club with the most points gets 10% of all the money raised!  The balance goes to the contest sponsor, SECA, the Student Early Childhood Association.

The War Rages On!

Wings of Knowledge Presents:

Chris Schadler: Becoming Wolf

Tuesday November 3
6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Library Living Room

coyote

The NH and VT representative for Project Coyote and a member of the Northeast Wolf Coalition, Chris has taught Conservation Issues, Dendrology and Wolf Ecology at UNH.  While wolf recovery was the focus of her early work, her attention shifted to the eastern coyote when she moved to New England.

She chose a farm with known coyote problems to raise sheep and experiment with non-lethal predator control.  Using sound livestock management and common sense, the farm avoided predation for two decades.

Chris has provided talks to livestock growers and the public for 30 years on coexisting with coyotes.  She divides her time between teaching and working on her book, Becoming Wolf: The Eastern Coyote in New England.

Free and open to the public.


Sign Up for Fall Fitness Classes

  • Yoga - Mondays, 12 – 1pm, November 2 thru December 14
  • Zumba - Mondays, 4:45 – 5:45pm, November 2 thru December 14
  • Strength and Core - Tues, 12 - 1pm, November 3 thru December 15
  • Pilates - Tues, 4:45 – 5:45pm, November 3 thru December 15
  • Zumba - Wed, 12 – 1pm, October 21 thru December 9
  • Barre - Wednesdays, 4:45 – 5:45pm, October 21 thru December 9
  • Core Concentration - Thursdays, 12– 1pm, October 22 thru December 10
  • Yoga - Friday, 12 – 1pm, October 23 thru December 11

Classes are FREE for students, $35 each for faculty/staff.  Unlimited classes for 7 week session $90.  Unlimited for semester (already paid) $150.  Make payments at the Bursar's Office.  All participants must sign a waiver at the Wellness Center Office.  Questions, contact Deb Smith, 271-6484 x4314 or dsmith@ccsnh.edu.
 

 

 

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Campus Safety Information

The following incidents occurred on NHTI property during the week of October 12-18, 2015.  The numbers reflect only the incidents the Safety Department handled directly.

To view the NHTI crime log of the past 60 days reported incidents please go to the NHTI Campus Safety office at One Institute Drive.

Assault:  1
Lock/Key Issues:  10
Lost and Found:  24
Medical:   4
Motor Vehicle:   3
M/V Lockout/Jumpstarts:  9
NHTI Campus Policy:   1
Smoking Policy:   1
Theft:   2
Tickets Issued:   13
Vandalism:   2
Outside Vendor Assists:  12
(Cable/Phone Company, etc.)

Campus Safety
Info Corner

Theft is often a crime of opportunity and most often occurs when people leave their vehicle windows cracked or doors unlocked with valuables in plain sight.  Remember to protect your belongings, especially those of value, by placing them in a secure place that can be locked; glove box, console, or even the trunk.  Books, stereos, laptops, and book bags are all highly valuable and can be resold very quickly.  If you have electronics, document the serial numbers of your devices and label all your property in a unique way that only you can identify to the police!

Lost and Found

Have you lost or misplaced something?  Here is a list of items brought to “Lost & Found” at Campus Safety:

Water Bottles Umbrella
Canvas Bag Notebooks
Keys Hoodie
Power Cord Pendant
Rings Phone
Coffee Mug Sunglasses

Please contact the Campus Safety Department at 603-224-3287 or via email at nhticampussafety@ccsnh.edu to find out if any of these items might be yours!