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How SNHU Could Become More Pedestrian Friendly

With the recent opening of Dunkin' on campus, foot traffic to the Academic Center has increased substantially. With this comes the question, how pedestrian friendly is SNHU? If we take a look at the crosswalks, sidewalks, and streets around campus, we can see that the answer is not friendly enough. With the large increase in foot traffic to the Academic Center, it's important for
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Windsor Flooded Again… What Happened?

Windsor experienced another flood as a result of sprinklers on Tuesday, March 12. This, in turn, caused the fire alarm to activate, forcing residents to evacuate. Hooksett Fire Department responded to the incident initially, and residents couldn't return to the building for about two hours. There were also unconfirmed reports of a small electrical fire during the incident. In an email sent to students
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How SNHU Could Be Connected By Passenger Rail

SNHUdents who have lived on the west side of campus know about the train tracks running along the Merrimack River. However, most do not know that those train tracks run far up north and south. It's called the New Hampshire Main Line, and it runs 50 miles from Lowell, MA to Concord, NH. It connects the three largest cities in New Hampshire: Manchester, Nashua,

SNHU Esports, CCE Raise $5k for Childrens Hospitals

The SNHU Esports team traveled to Champlain College in Burlington, Vermont on November 11, to compete and raise money for Extralife, a charity that supports Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. They competed in matches versus the Champlain College Esports (CCE) varsity Overwatch team. Part of the roster that visited Champlain, was Kayleigh Philip, a senior studying Communication with a minor in Esports. "I only joined
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How To Esports: Your Guide for Esports at SNHU

The Esports program at SNHU was founded in 2019. At first, there were just a few players and two coaches in a room in Stark Hall; now the Esports Program has grown to have over 70 students with its own dedicated space in the Green Center. Esports has a few different areas to get involved in. First is the free play hours, which occur
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A Guide To SNHU’s Dorms

SNHU has nine dorms on campus. Each one varies in size, location, features, and cost. This is a detailed guide about the pros and cons of each dorm, as well as some tips for choosing a dorm to live in. Here are the options: Kingston Hall Kingston Hall is SNHU's newest dorm, having opened in 2018. This 5-floor dorm features single and double room
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Kingston Green Space Projects Revealed

The Kingston Green Space is getting some new upgrades this year with construction being active for almost 2 weeks. Heather Lorenz, the Vice President of Student Affairs and Campus Initiatives, and a SNHU Faculty member for 27 years, shares how it's been planned. "Last year when we knew Stark Hall was coming down, we asked the student body about potential plans for the space,"

Valorant Team Wins Collegiate LAN Tourament in Worcester

SNHU Esports team, Valorant Blue, traveled to the All Systems Go Esports Bar in Worcester, MA on March 18. Hosted by UMass Amherst and WPI (Worcester Polytechnic Institute), the tournament had eight schools attending and competing. The first-place prize was $500. Sean 'Peachy' Lightbody ('24), a player on Valorant Blue, shared his experience with the tournament and discussed which competition had the team on
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Club Spotlight: Robotics Club

The Robotics Club is a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) club founded in 2022. The club allows students to apply their knowledge to real-world situations. "The club is intended to teach students about STEM in physical and applicable real-world scenarios, with a focus on robotics," said Arthur Aznive ('23), the president and founder of the Robotics Club. The Robotics Club has around 30
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Club Spotlight: Gaming Club

The Gaming Club offers a place for students to interact, build community, and enjoy their favorite games together at SNHU. The club hosts weekly game nights consisting of a variety of video games, board games, and more. According to the Student Government Association, the Gaming Club was founded in 2010 and attracts new members every semester. Gaming Club President Jordon Perry ('23) joined the