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Men’s Basketball Advances To Elite Eight

For the first time since the 2014-2015 season, SNHU Men's Basketball has advanced beyond the regional round and is headed to Evansville, Indiana for a chance at the 2024 Division II Men's Basketball National Championship trophy. Despite being the #5 seed in the NE10, the Penmen cruised through the NE10 tournament, eventually defeating the #6 seed Southern Connecticut State University, 75-60, on March 9.
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Apply For Named And Endowed Scholarships

Applications for the SNHU Named and Endowed Scholarships are live and will be available until Friday, March 22. Earned scholarships are applicable for the 2024-2025 school year and don't need to be repaid, unlike student loans. Each scholarship has different qualifications based on the student's backgrounds. There is an essay component involved, according to the SNHU website, "An essay is required for each scholarship.
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ADC Starts Fresh

After a rather disappointing start to their tenure at SNHU, American Dining Creations (ADC) and the university re-established expectations to make the partnership more successful going forward. The change is spearheaded by a change in command with Joe Sciancalepore taking over as general manager. After a 15-year partnership with Sodexo, it is understandable that there are going to be some growing pains with whoever
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President LeBlanc Stepping Down; Lisa Marsh Ryerson Taking Over

In a release sent out this morning, SNHU President, Paul LeBlanc, announced that he will be stepping down from his roles as university president and CEO. The SNHU Board of Trustees unanimously appointed Lisa Marsh Ryerson, the current university provost, to succeed LeBlanc effective July 1, 2024. LeBlanc has been in charge for 20 years. He has overseen the growth of the university from
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Get Ready For Registration

As the holiday season approaches, so does class registration. Academic advising has announced the dates for class registration for 24SPDAY, 24DY03, and 24DY04. Come November 13, students will rise early to select their desired classes. Class registration periods, which are based on academic credits, are listed below: November 13 7:00 a.m.: Students with 104+ completed credits 7:30 a.m.: Students with 89-103 completed credits November
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CAPE Announces Major Concert

The Coordinators of Activities, Programming, and Events (CAPE), announced that Ernest and Nate Smith will be performing at this year's major concert with David J being the special guest. The big reveal took place midway through Sex Toy Bingo, in a video that had all attendees on the edge of their seats. The spring concert will, once again, be held at the SNHU Arena,
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SNHU Athletics Adds 15 To Hall Of Fame

SNHU Athletics honored 14 individuals and one team during the Hall of Fame ceremony on October 7. The event occurred at halftime of the men's soccer game at Mark A. Ouellette Stadium. Athletic Director, Anthony Fallacaro, acknowledges that being a Hall of Fame member doesn't just come from success in sports, but outside of them as well. "The SNHU Athletics Hall of Fame is
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SNHU Men’s Soccer Off To Hot Start

SNHU men's soccer has started their season off on a high note, going 4-1-2 in their first seven contests. The early success has earned them a top 20 ranking according to United Soccer Coaches in their most recent poll. In 2022, the Penmen finished their season 8-6-4, earning a bid to the NE10 championship where they won their first match versus The College of
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Involvement Fair Resounding Success

At the beginning of every school year, SNHU's Office of Student Involvement (OSI) hosts the annual Fall Involvement Fair on the Green Space. The event took place on Wednesday, September 7, from 12-3, and students from all around campus came out to check out the clubs and organizations that SNHU has to offer. Clubs and organizations are funded by the Student Government Association (SGA)
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We’re Back… Now Let’s Get Involved

The sound of students is lingering across the dining hall, frisbees are flying along the Green Space, and the taps are flowing in the pub...that can only mean one thing: we're back. The 2022-2023 school year brought a feeling of normalcy that we as a community desperately needed. Adjusting to a post-COVID world was our focus for the better part of the year; now