Campus Journal FYI
Food pantry needs donations
Cornucopia, a food pantry supported by UNH and Campus Ministry, is seeking donations of nonperishable food items and hygiene products. The food pantry serves the needs of UNH faculty, staff, students and associated family members. Cornucopia is located in Christensen Hall, Room G01, ground level off the loading dock area. It is open Wednesdays from 4 to 5:30 p.m. If you or your office group would like to make a contribution, please contact Stephen Luber at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 862-1889.
Learn about natural gas
Natural gas use on campus is growing, with it currently used to heat domestic water, buildings and Bunsen burners. Gas is a clean and safe fuel when managed properly. However, if anyone on campus smells natural gas on campus, please call 911 or the Durham Fire Department. In addition, anyone who plans to dig on campus must, by law, contact Dig Safe, which will notify the utilities in the area to mark the digging area. Info: www.digsafe.com or call 862-4045.
Time to aquacise
Campus Recreation is offering an aquacise class Wednesday evenings from 5-6 p.m. at the Field House indoor pool until May 7. Classes started March 26, and are taught by Linda Hayden, assistant director of Campus Recreation. A UNH ID (faculty/staff/student) is required for attendance or pool guest fee. For more information, call 862-4515.
CIS computer virus advisory
The Deloder virus is a worm that spreads through network shares protected by weak passwords. The worm attempts to break into computers by using commonly used simple passwords to access your computer's Administrator account. All Windows 2000 and Windows XP computers come with a special built-in account called "Administrator" that controls all computer operations. Once it gets access to the Administrator account, it installs software that allows unauthorized access to your computer and your personal files. At this time, CIS recommends all campus Windows 2000 and XP users change their Administrator Password to a strong password (something that is not found in any dictionary, not a name, or a number associated with the individual), and also recommends updating virus software. For password-change instructions and more information on Deloder, please visit www.unh.edu/cis/notices/deloder_alert.html.