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5th Annual UNH Peeps Show
IT’SAGREATDAYTOBEA
WILDCAT
WHY A PEEPS SHOW
The Peeps returned for UNH's most
groundbreaking art exhibit of the
year!
UNH Health Services brings the
...
Contest Rules
Everyone was asked to enter the contest by submitting a diorama that
depicted what it means to be healthy an...
Contest Prizes
INDIVIDUAL CATEGORY
1st place - $125 Amazon.com gift certificate
2nd place - $75 Amazon.com gift certificat...
Entries submitted
to the contest
Students, staff and
faculty helped
create a diorama
Entries received
for the group
catego...
Consecutive years
students in
Occupational
Therapy 610 were
assigned to enter
the contest
Entries that were
received for t...
Number of Peeps
used to create all
dioramas
Votes cast at the
Live Peeps Show
Votes cast on the
Health Services
Facebook P...
Because it looked
like so much fun!
- Student
I like to stay
healthy and do
crafts, so this
seemed like a
perfect
opportun...
To get involved with
the UNH community !
- UNH Police Department
Being active
and staying
healthy is
important when
consid...
The Nominees AND
Winners Are…
PEEPles Take On College
Woods How Do I Stay Healthy at UNH? Like my “PEEPles”,
I like to hike, jog and take leisurely walk...
Hanging with My Peeps on T-Hall
You have peeps enjoying each others
company doing a variety of things. Our lovely
sunbathe...
Feeling Fabulous
One peep is trying on her new, pink bikini. She
comments on how great she feels in it. All of her
peep fr...
UNH IT Walks with FitBits
When UNH IT peeps walk from West Edge to campus, we wear our
FitBits.
This Diorama depicts typic...
UNH Police, Protecting the
Peeps of UNH
The UNH Police Department use
several methods to communicate with
the community to...
“Let’s Get Physical!” at UNH
Here at SHARPP we love that UNH Rec
provides many different classes for our students
to stay ...
Peep Pool Party
We decided to create a diagram of Peeps at
the UNH outdoor pool. We showed our peeps
performing typical su...
Pool Party Peeps
Our diorama is depicting a UNH swim meet at
the Swasey indoor pool, with students competing
and watching ...
Peeps Play at Quad Way
There’s never a dull moment at the Upper Quad!
Being a resident in a dorm means lots of
different a...
Strolling With My Peeps
We like to stay healthy at UNH by walking
instead of driving everywhere we go! This
picture shows ...
The Winners
Are…
Peeps at the Pool
There are many ways to stay healthy at UNH. One thing I
like to do is head over to the Swasey Pool for a...
M.V.Peep
I chose to represent healthy living at UNH through one of
the school’s most treasured past times: football! One o...
4 Seasons of Health
UNH campus gives you the
opportunity to stay healthy
throughout the year! In the spring,
intramural sp...
1st
Place!
Peep Into Stress Relief at UNHOur Peeps Shows entitled “Peep Into Stress Relief at
UNH”. Our goal in creating t...
Northeast Passage Peeps
Living Beyond Disability
Through the seasons, Peeps of all abilities stay
healthy (physically, emo...
To Close Out the Show,
A Special Message from
Our Cousins….
Congratulations to all our winners!
You are some creative Peeps!
Our cousins, the
Peeps, really put on
a show!
AND thanks ...
EMPLOYEE CLINIC
Medical services are also
available to ALL UNH
employees at our
EMPLOYEE CLINIC.
unh.edu/health-
services/...
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It's A Great Day To Be A Wildcat! How Do You Stay Healthy at UNH?

The Peeps returned for UNH's most groundbreaking art exhibit of the year! UNH Health Services brings the UNH Peeps Show to the UNH community in an effort to encourage creativity and self-awareness about the variety of ways one can be healthy and well at UNH.
Health is much more than eating well and exercising, and each year the dioramas created for the UNH Peeps Show illustrate that very point.  

Everyone at UNH was invited to enter the contest by submitting a diorama that depicted what it means to be healthy and well at UNH. The only rules were that the diorama must…
Include Peeps
Include a UNH landmark
Be created by UNH students, faculty and/or staff

A LIVE Peeps Show took place on April 14th and 15th. Over 1,000 votes we cast on Facebook and at the live shows.

The contest prizes included:

INDIVIDUAL CATEGORY
1st place - $125 Amazon.com gift certificate 
2nd place - $75 Amazon.com gift certificate
3rd place - $55 gift certificate for a Massage at Health Services 

GROUP CATEGORY (one or more people create the diorama)
1st place - Yummy pizza party for your group (yes, we advocate that all foods fit into your lifestyle, even pizza)
2nd place - Private yoga class with one of UNH's bendy instructors


For more about health and the Peeps Show and wellness, we invite you to visit www.unh.edu/health-services

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  1. 1. 5th Annual UNH Peeps Show IT’SAGREATDAYTOBEA WILDCAT
  2. 2. WHY A PEEPS SHOW The Peeps returned for UNH's most groundbreaking art exhibit of the year! UNH Health Services brings the UNH Peeps Show to the UNH community in an effort to encourage creativity and self- awareness about the variety of ways one can be healthy and well at UNH. Health is much more than eating well and exercising, and each year the dioramas created for the UNH Peeps Show illustrate that very point. For more about health and wellness, we invite you to visit www.unh.edu/health-services
  3. 3. Contest Rules Everyone was asked to enter the contest by submitting a diorama that depicted what it means to be healthy and well at UNH. The only rules were that the diorama must…  Include Peeps  Include a UNH landmark  Be created by UNH students, faculty and/or staff
  4. 4. Contest Prizes INDIVIDUAL CATEGORY 1st place - $125 Amazon.com gift certificate 2nd place - $75 Amazon.com gift certificate 3rd place - $55 gift certificate for a Massage at Health Services GROUP CATEGORY (one or more people create the diorama) 1st place - Yummy pizza party for your group (yes, we advocate that all foods fit into your lifestyle, even pizza) 2nd place - Private yoga class with one of UNH's bendy instructors
  5. 5. Entries submitted to the contest Students, staff and faculty helped create a diorama Entries received for the group category 15 51 10 FAST FACTS ABOUT THE UNH PEEPS SHOW
  6. 6. Consecutive years students in Occupational Therapy 610 were assigned to enter the contest Entries that were received for the individual category Free Peeps Donuts from Dunkin’ Donuts that were given out at the Live Peeps Show 5 5 48
  7. 7. Number of Peeps used to create all dioramas Votes cast at the Live Peeps Show Votes cast on the Health Services Facebook Page 162 107 960
  8. 8. Because it looked like so much fun! - Student I like to stay healthy and do crafts, so this seemed like a perfect opportunity to participate! - Student Why Enter? I’ve always loved Peeps, and I’ve been art- deprived since I came to UNH in the fall, so this is the perfect project for me. - Student It seemed like fun and I had the time to finally enter. - Student We thought we could win! We wanted to represent our organization and the services we provide for healthy, year ‘round recreation. - Northeast Passage/Recreation Management and Policy Department
  9. 9. To get involved with the UNH community ! - UNH Police Department Being active and staying healthy is important when considering how we fulfill our occupations, which is important to consider as an OT (Occupational Therapy). - Students in Occupational Therapy 610 Why Enter? To promote health and wellness at UNH, plus it's fun! - UNH SHARPP Great way to show how technology can aid toward fitness and health. - UNH Information Technology Why Enter?
  10. 10. The Nominees AND Winners Are…
  11. 11. PEEPles Take On College Woods How Do I Stay Healthy at UNH? Like my “PEEPles”, I like to hike, jog and take leisurely walks through College Woods. Working at UNH affords me a wonderful environment to stay healthy while enjoying the great outdoors right in our own Durham backyard. What better way to take in the crisp spring air than to follow the meandering trails, all the while enjoying nature’s beauty and getting fit. I first discovered College Woods in 1981 while a student at UNH. Over the next four years, involved in ROTC, I navigated through the woods, day and night, getting to know my surroundings. Now, 33 years later, I still love to wander along those very trails which, year after year, continue to offer me endless opportunities for physical exercise and mental rejuvenation. If you haven’t been out there, grab your water bottle, hiking shoes or sneakers and get moving! You will be glad that you did! Artist: Lisa Buchalski, College of Life Sciences and Agriculture Category: Individual
  12. 12. Hanging with My Peeps on T-Hall You have peeps enjoying each others company doing a variety of things. Our lovely sunbathers are relaxing after hard exams. We have peeps playing frizzbee and soccer getting some exercise. The skateboarder and walkers are out adventuring or possibly burning calories walking to class. Don’t forget our peep chilling in the hammock. Everyone of them is enjoying the sunshine including the peep with the broken foot he even had a few friends sign his cast. Being outside and active on UNH’s walking campus is just part of how me and my peeps stays healthy here at UNH. Artist: Vickie Statler Category: Individual
  13. 13. Feeling Fabulous One peep is trying on her new, pink bikini. She comments on how great she feels in it. All of her peep friends can’t wait to get out of their dorm room and onto the beach! Artists: Eating Concerns Mentors (ECMs) Acacia Kreidermacher, Kelsey Grae Category: Group
  14. 14. UNH IT Walks with FitBits When UNH IT peeps walk from West Edge to campus, we wear our FitBits. This Diorama depicts typical lunchtime activity of our staff walking the path between Main Campus and West Edge enjoying the nature while getting healthy. Along the way we see horses, flowers, and wildlife. Wearing a FitBit allows us to keep track of calories burned, number of steps, how many hours we sleep, and more. Artists: UNH Information Technology Kathy Derby and the staff at UNH IT Category: Group
  15. 15. UNH Police, Protecting the Peeps of UNH The UNH Police Department use several methods to communicate with the community to keep all of the peeps safe. Including the LiveSafe App, UNH Alert text messages and social media sites. Artists: UNH Police Department Eric Kuhlberg and the staff at the UNH Police Department Category: Group
  16. 16. “Let’s Get Physical!” at UNH Here at SHARPP we love that UNH Rec provides many different classes for our students to stay healthy, fit and stress free at UNH. In our diorama we focused on an exercise class that should be offered here at UNH. JAZZERCISING! There is Zumba but we at SHARPP love to stay jumping around and active. We also have a strong appreciation for the eighties. One of our Student Workers named her car Olivia Newton John. So we decided we would do a jazzercising class in the UNH Rec, because we stay healthy by Dancing! Artists: SHARPP (Sexual Harassment and Rape Prevention Program) Julia Kelley-Vail (staff) and Kenna Smith (student) Category: Group
  17. 17. Peep Pool Party We decided to create a diagram of Peeps at the UNH outdoor pool. We showed our peeps performing typical summertime instrumental activities of daily living (IADL). Their occupations include swimming, diving, life guarding, sun bathing (with sunscreen), tossing a ball, snorkeling and safely swimming with flotation devices. These activities help to relieve stress and create a healthier college student! Artists: Students in Occupational Therapy 610 Rachel Grady, Sarah Figgins, Andrew Naylor, Jacqui Cohen, Taylor Frarie, Katie Sattora, Haley Carey Category: Group
  18. 18. Pool Party Peeps Our diorama is depicting a UNH swim meet at the Swasey indoor pool, with students competing and watching the event and showing their UNH pride. This signifies how we stay healthy at UNH through the exercise received from swimming, while also showing social health through interaction with the others around us. These two occupations work together in making individuals lifestyles healthier by decreasing stress and allowing us to stay active. Artists: Students in Occupational Therapy 610 Lauryn Dubuque, Andrea Broderick, Tressa Fitts, Allissa Younan Category: Group
  19. 19. Peeps Play at Quad Way There’s never a dull moment at the Upper Quad! Being a resident in a dorm means lots of different activities go on- all of which promote health and wellness. Whether it’s filling up your water bottle at a hydration station or playing frisbee with friends in the courtyard, the opportunities are endless. In addition, the Upper Quad recently banned smoking in the courtyard to promote an even healthier environment. The occupation of being a student at UNH is made easier with a healthy, active lifestyle. Artists: Students in Occupational Therapy 610 Brittany Sampson, Jen Lange, Nicole Graham, Jill Sullivan, Rachel Johnson, Katie Oliveira Category: Group
  20. 20. Strolling With My Peeps We like to stay healthy at UNH by walking instead of driving everywhere we go! This picture shows the peeps “strolling” down Main Street with Thompson Hall in the background and wildcat paw prints in front of them. Our diorama shows there are many more peeps walking than driving which should be promoted through out UNH’s campus. By walking everywhere on campus instead of driving, we are promoting healthier life styles at UNH! Artists: Students in Occupational Therapy 610 Samantha Meader, Meghan Araujo, Melissa Tilley, Cara Dooley, Danielle Lydon Category: Group
  21. 21. The Winners Are…
  22. 22. Peeps at the Pool There are many ways to stay healthy at UNH. One thing I like to do is head over to the Swasey Pool for a lap swim and a relaxing dip in the water. Active events periodically take place at the pool including pool kayaking, SCUBA classes and even swimming lessons! Artist: Abby Koczera Student, Class of 2016 Category: Individual 1st Place!
  23. 23. M.V.Peep I chose to represent healthy living at UNH through one of the school’s most treasured past times: football! One of my favorite aspects of this school lies in its sense of community. You can’t walk more than 50 feet without seeing someone wearing a UNH shirt or sweatshirt or just anything that has the Wildcat logo on it. Football, along with hockey, are sports that the fans flock to. The school pride in itself makes you feel exhilarated! Healthy living should entail things that people love doing, such as attending football games or even playing in them. Walking to the field, running on the turf, and hydrating are all things that happen at a field that has to do with healthy living. I hope you enjoy my diorama and that it adequately embodies the spirited nature of your very own Wildcats! Artist: Jillian Sullivan, Class of 2016 Category: Individual 2nd Place!
  24. 24. 4 Seasons of Health UNH campus gives you the opportunity to stay healthy throughout the year! In the spring, intramural sports such as volleyball are easy to join. During the summer, the Durham Outdoor Pool is perfect to swim some laps in. College Woods is a beautiful place to walk or jog in the fall, and cross-country skiing trails are open during the winter at Kingman Farm. Outdoor on- campus activities are always available, and they are excellent for relieving stress and developing physical fitness. Artist: Sarah Reega, Class of 2016 Category: Individual 3rd Place!
  25. 25. 1st Place! Peep Into Stress Relief at UNHOur Peeps Shows entitled “Peep Into Stress Relief at UNH”. Our goal in creating this diorama is to show the importance of meaningful occupations to alleviate some of the stress we as UNH students all experience daily. Between classes, papers, financial concerns and other issues students constantly find themselves stressed out. We’ve included in our diorama some activities students can do to alleviate this stress-- these include (L)yoga; (M-B) relaxing on ”T-hall lawn”; playing frisbee on ”T-hall lawn”; (M-F) heading over to Mendum’s Pond to rent a kayak, go for a sail with the sailing team, or row with the rowing team; (R) go for a run or join in for the annual half naked whole mile! In order to stay healthy at UNH it is important to be involved in meaningful occupations that are important to us individually for stress-relief, to learn new things, meet new people, and of course, just for fun! Getting away from the daily grind is important to stress-free college student life! Artists: Students in Occupational Therapy 610 Alexandra Roscoe, Casey Blakely, Emily Bourque, Samantha Vaughn, Maggie McMurdy Category: Group
  26. 26. Northeast Passage Peeps Living Beyond Disability Through the seasons, Peeps of all abilities stay healthy (physically, emotionally and socially) by playing golf, trying archery, water skiing and kayaking, competing in sled hockey and quad rugby, cycling, Nordic skiing and rock climbing with the use of adaptive equipment. Artists: Northeast Passage Keely Ames, Jill Gravink, David Lee, Cam Forys, Crystal Skahan, Philip Brekke, Cathy Thompson, Chandler Bullard, Matt Frye, Reilly Murphy, Bill Stewart, Taylor Chace Category: Group 2nd Place!
  27. 27. To Close Out the Show, A Special Message from Our Cousins….
  28. 28. Congratulations to all our winners! You are some creative Peeps! Our cousins, the Peeps, really put on a show! AND thanks to all the UNH PEOPLE who participated in the 5th Annual UNH Peeps Show! Don’t forget a special thanks to the organizers! UNH Health Services! They are AWESOME! …and thanks to everyone who voted! Your votes really do matter! Use your voice! Stand up for what matters! AND CREATE ART! It is good for you! Seriously…this was so much fun! UNH is a great place to live, work, study, play and be healthy! See you next year!
  29. 29. EMPLOYEE CLINIC Medical services are also available to ALL UNH employees at our EMPLOYEE CLINIC. unh.edu/health- services/employee-clinic
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