The Coordinators of Activities and Programming Events (CAPE) will be hosting a student-run talent show in which all students will be able to showcase their greatest skills on stage. The event will be called SNHU Celebrations. Music and singing will be the majority of the entertainment, but it is not limited to just those talents. The show will take place on April 18 from
An event called The Game of Life will be held at 8 p.m. in the Miles room located in the dining hall on Monday, April 16. This event is a simulation that is meant to start a conversation on campus about familiar stereotypes that students face. Each individual falls into a diverse category that is subjected to different stigmas which are not addressed within
The drama club will be hosting Comedy Night on March 23 at 7 p.m. in Walker Auditorium. The show is going to present something similar to a Saturday Night Live performance. Richie Oliver ('18) will be hosting and will also be performing as a stand-up comic throughout the night and will be participating in skits. The people acting in the skits wrote them themselves.
SNHU students living on the west side of campus - particularly in Washington or the Townhouses, may be very familiar with “The Gate,” located between the Hospitality building and the Green Space. Policy surrounding when this gate is open and closed, however, seems to be less well-known. “I would guess it closes at 11:30 [p.m.],” said Jamie Griffin (‘19). “10 o’clock… question mark?” said
Generation Equality (GE) will be hosting the annual Lip Sync Drag Show again this semester. The show will be on Saturday, February 10 at 8 p.m. in The Last Chapter Pub. Students and Faculty alike are welcome to come to the pub and enjoy the show. This event is meant to be an all-around fun experience, from the support, to the type of community
The Innovation Lab located in the Shapiro Library is a place for creation and trying out new ideas. Students are able to visit whenever they please after taking the short quiz and getting the certification. The space was created to teach students new IT skills and techniques that they might not have been able to learn otherwise. Professor Henley says, “It’s a place that everyone should utilize considering the free nature of machine use.” Henley works as
SNHU alumni Matt Corman (Class of 2017) opened for Fetty Wap at CAPE's Homecoming Major Concert on October 13. Being a SNHU alumnus, Corman has always wanted to perform at SNHU. The Cape Cod native attended SNHU beginning in 2013 and started working as a manager for Enterprise in Boston as soon as he graduated last summer. During the day, he has a normal day job
Studying abroad gives students the opportunity to be exposed to cultures very different from their own. In the spring of 2017, senior Aaron Yellin did something he had always dreamed of doing. He went to Italy and studied at Florence University of the Arts (FUA). Yellin is a culinary major and thought that it would be incredible to study in such a beautiful place.