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John McCannon’s Research Trip to Lithuania

Professor John McCannon, the coordinator of the History program, took a research trip to Lithuania for research into the life and art of the Lithuanian painter and composer Mikalojus Ciurlionis (1875-1911) from October 18 to October 23. This research trip is part of a much larger and earlier research trip on Russian painter and explorer Nicholas Roerich (1874-1947). “I traveled to Moscow, Saint Petersburg,
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Sex Toy Bingo Successful

CAPE brought Sex Toy Bingo back to SNHU with Kasha Davis as the host; Davis is a drag queen featured in RuPaul's Drag Race season 7 and RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars season 8. Upon arriving at the event, a massive line stretched through the Dining Hall. After getting to the Upper Dining Hall, there were enough chairs and space for everyone to sit.
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SNHU Welcomes Chess Club

SNHU has officially recognized the Chess Club this year as a new club. The club meets every Wednesday inside the Shapiro Library cafe from 11am to 3pm. These meetings teach students how to play chess across all different skill levels. Even the Dean of Arts and Science and other faculty have been known to join. Once a month, an all-member meeting will take place
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Harry Umen Creates New Mural In Manchester

In the heart of a working city, a new 1,000 square foot mural has been painted in Arms Park in Manchester, NH to honor and celebrate the Queen City’s history. For decades during the mid-19th century, Amoskeag was the largest textile manufacturer in the world, producing over 50 miles of woven cloth per hour.  Created by SNHU communication and design professor, Harry Umen, in