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Spend Two Weeks in Chile

Andrea Bard, the Coordinator and professor of Communication Majors and Justina Oliveira, a Psychology Professor will take a group of 24 students to Chile for two weeks starting on May 15, 2017. Bard teaches COM-220, Intercultural Communication. Her Chile trip will be her fifth trip taking her COM-220 students to a foreign country to help them experience a new culture and life style. Bard

Students Start Midterms with Learning Center

The SNHU Learning Center hosted its third Late Night Write Night event on Wednesday, March 1. The Learning Center staff and tutors encouraged students to use the library as a resource.    They want students to utilize the walk-in tutoring hours for a variety of subjects, such as writing, math, IT and accounting, along with all of the other programs the Learning Center offers,
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Home Away From Home in Rome

Rome or Roma is Italy’s capital. It is a cosmopolitan city with almost 3,000 years of globally influential art, culture and architecture. Some of the historical and touristic destinations of Rome are Rome Forum, Colosseum, Vatican City, St. Peter’s Basili­ca, The Pantheon and the Trevi Fountain where people throw a coin to assure their return to Rome. “When you’re living in the same city
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The Birthplace of the Renaissance

SNHU started its partner­ship with Florence University of the Arts (FUA) in 2012. Every academic year, around 50 SNHU students choose to study abroad in Florence. There are 31 SNHU stu­dents studying abroad at FUA this semester and more than 21 students applied for the Fall se­mester 2017. “FUA is SNHU’s main partner,” said Stefano Parenti, the director of Study Abroad/Exchange programs at SNHU.
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From Afghanistan To New Hampshire

“I heard Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) welcomes students regardless of their faith, race, personal beliefs and religions. When I came to campus, I found it true,” said Junior Shukria Shinwari. Shinwari is an international student from Afghanistan. She attended the first girls’ boarding school, School of Leadership, Afghanistan (SOLA) in 2011. SOLA is a nonprofit organization that helps young Afghan women to get

Wadjda Ends Fall Films

Southern New Hampshire University’s (SNHU) School of Arts and Science presented a Saudi Arabian movie, Wadjda in Dec. 7 at the Walker Auditorium. Vanessa Rocco, assistant professor of art history, and Deborah Varat, the chair professor at the Department of Art and Science, hosted the event. A good amount of undergraduate and graduate students came to watch the movie. “They have generally increased in