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Friday, November 6
5:30 pm
Sweeney Auditorium

Special screening of an award-winning film about the over 23 million Americans living in long-term recovery from substance abuse disorders.  Following the film, there will be a panel discussion of the topic in relation to our New Hampshire communities.  This film and discussion will challenge your perception of substance abuse and recovery with insights into how we can all be a part of the solution.

Admission: $2 students, $5 non-students.  Proceeds benefit the opening of the Manchester Community Recovery Center.


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  For more information contact or, ext. 4151.


Wings of Knowledge Presents:

Chris Schadler: Becoming Wolf

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


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.


Last Chance to Brighten Up Your Life with SADHA!

The Dental Hygiene Senior Students are finishing up their fall whitening strip fundraiser!  They are taking their last pre-paid orders through November 5, 2015.

Crest + Oral-B

These professional strength whitening strips are not sold in stores – only through dental professionals!  Each box contains 84 strips (42 sets) and are being sold at the incredibly low price of $30.00 per box!

If you would like to purchase these Crest + Oral-B Professional Strength Whitening Strips, please see any dental hygiene student, or you may place your order with Donna Gleeson in MacRury 142.  Cash or check (payable to NHTI) accepted in advance!  Delivery is expected to be mid-November – just in time for holiday gift giving!

Thank you for your continued support of SADHA (Student American Dental Hygienist Association)!


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Campus Safety Information

The following incidents occurred on NHTI property during the week of October 19-25, 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.

Alcohol/Drug:   1
Complaint:   3
Damaged Property:  1
Lock/Key Issues:   10
Lost and Found:  17
Medical:   7
Motor Vehicle:   1
Motor Vehicle Lockout/Jumpstarts:   1
NHTI Campus Policy:   1
Residence Life Policy:   4
Suspicious Person:   1
Theft:   1
Tickets Issued:   13
Outside Vendor Assists:  12
(Cable/Phone Company, etc.)

Campus Safety
Info Corner

Now that fall is in full swing, it is getting dark earlier in the evening and remaining dark later in the morning.  Campus Safety would like to remind you to turn off your headlights and secure your vehicle.  However, if you forget and return to a vehicle that won’t start, Campus Safety can assist you with a jumpstart, or a lockout.  We also offer escort service if you feel unsafe walking to your vehicle at night.  Campus Safety can be reached by pressing the call button on any of the Code Blue Boxes or by calling 224-3287.

Lost and Found

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

Backpack Keys
Gloves Necklace
Hat Flash Drive
Water Bottles Umbrella
Canvas Bag Rings
Power Cords Notebook

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