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Booster Shot Required and Short Continuation of Remote Learning

SNHU President Paul LeBlanc announced new COVID protocols on January 12 that will be put in place upon arrival to campus Monday, January 17. Student residents will be required to receive COVID testing which will take place at the Gustafson Center and within residence halls between 9am and 3pm on move-in day. Commuters are also encouraged to get tested. “While students await their test
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Men’s Soccer Calls it a Season

The SNHU men’s soccer finished an impressive season after a loss in the Northeast-10 semifinal match on November 10 against Franklin Pierce University. Advancing to the semifinals was no small feat. With an 11-6-1 record following a year full of COVID, any playoff run had been appreciated by the team and Penmen fans. However, they exceeded expectations, and after the 2-1 loss to FPU
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Men’s Cross Country Crosses the Finish Line

After competing in regionals at Roberts Wesleyan College in Rochester, New York the weekend of November 6, the men’s cross country team hung up their spikes, tying the knot on the 2021 season. The team finished 15th of 21 at a regional cross country race which took countless miles and hours to accomplish. Mastering a comfortable running pace is something that is worked on
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Natalie Kallmunzerova Rallies for NE-10 Player of the Year Award

SNHU graduate student and tennis standout Natalie Kallmunzerova ('22) earned her third NE-10 Player of the Week honor of the season. This was following the week of Oct 10 before being named NE-10 Player of the Year on Oct 21. Coming from Prague, Czech Republic, Kallmunzerova and other international teammates are diversifying SNHU’s tennis roster. Now, she stands atop her competitors with a 16-0
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Not Your Average “Aussie”

At the start of his freshman year, Trevor Turmel ('23) decided to create a new identity. He stepped into class on the first day of school with a heavy Australian accent. For two years, Turmel put up the façade of a foreigner before all of his SNHU peers. The purpose of his social experiment was to create inclusivity and get to know people. Turmel
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SNHU Women’s Soccer Kicks Off Ten-Game Win Streak to Start Season

With a commanding start to the year, SNHU's women’s soccer team erupts for their tenth straight win on October 9 to begin the season.  After a year of patience and uncertainty, the women’s soccer team began their hot streak. The team continues to climb the national Division II rankings, making their way to seventh, according to the United Soccer Coaches poll.  Starting 5-0 for