Letters from the Editors

The Time to Make Campus Feel Like Home is Now

People often grow up aspiring to attend their dream college; the place where they belong. Between watching movies and reading books, people envision themselves in place of the characters living the ‘perfect’ college experience. However, expectations were marred over the past few years. Despite the setbacks, the SNHU community overcame every obstacle and now has a chance for a fresh start. As incoming and
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SNHU Baseball Goes Back To Back

The SNHU baseball team captured their second successive NE10 championship at Assumption University on Saturday, May 14. The win tallied the program's fourth overall NE10 title. This team has had success ever since head skipper, Scott Loiseau, took the helm. Winning back-to-back championships is no small feat with the level of competition in the NE10; Loiseau says the veteran presence on the team contributed
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Outdoor Track and Field Captures First NE-10 Title

On May 7, SNHU's track and field team accomplished what every NE10 team hopes to do: win the NE10 championship. Since its establishment in 2015, the team has grown from a club sport to a regionally ranked Division II program. The core of this team has been together since the fall, competing in cross country, indoor track and field, and now, outdoor track and
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SNHU Unveils Portrait In Honor of Edward S. Wolak

A portrait was unveiled in the honor of Edward S. Wolak at the Edward S. Wolak Library Learning Commons on May 4. Many members of the SNHU community attended the event, including SNHU President, Paul Leblanc, and Wolak himself. The portrait, painted by Richard Whitney, is located in the library atrium beside the fireplace. Wolak's term as a Board of Trustees member ended this
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McIninch Art Gallery to Close and be Repurposed

The McIninch Art Gallery, located in Robert Frost Hall, will be shut down effective June 30. In a letter sent to faculty, Executive Vice President on Campus Donald J. Brezinski stated that the space will be repurposed to, "focus on projects and programs that directly impact curriculum and showcase student work." The gallery opened on February 22, 2002, and has displayed a variety of
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SNHU To Repurpose Former Pool Room; It’s Time For A New Fitness Center

In 2021, SNHU decided to close the pool in the Athletic Complex. According to the Director of Athletics and Recreation, Anthony Fallacaro, this decision was not made lightly. "The pool wasn't really being used by our students," said Fallacaro. "It was really something we were just maintaining and was a community based [area]. As we were looking at things, if this campus starts to
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SNHU Track Star Racks Up Multiple Awards As Team Finishes Season Strong

Ashley Corcoran ('23) continued to dominate her competition throughout the winter season after a successful fall season. Along with that, she has managed to help lead her team to a second-place finish at the NE10 Championships on February 24 and 25. Corcoran brought home two major individual awards. The first is the Most Valuable Athlete award. This award is "awarded to the student-athlete compiling
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Multiple SNHU Teams Finish Regular Season On Top

The week of February 28, women's basketball and men's ice hockey took on the pressure of playoff competition as number one seeds and faced off against opponents throughout the NE10. Pressure has risen as of late for SNHU athletics to remind their competition that they should not be counted out and that they won't go down easily. SNHU guard Adriana Timberlake ('23) of Braintree,
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SNHU Baseball Gains Multiple Preseason Accolades

Going into the 2022 season, the SNHU baseball team is not only looking to defend their title as NE10 champions, but also as NCAA Division II East Region champions. The team has gained some attention that suggests that they are the team to beat. The NE10 Coaches Poll has the Penmen ranked first overall in the NE10. Adelphi is atop the poll in the
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SNHU Hockey Team Looking To Get Back On Top

The past four years have been a whirlwind for the SNHU Hockey Team. From winning the NE-10 Championship during the 2018-2019 season to not making the playoffs the next season, these Penmen are looking to get back on track after their 2020-2021 season was canceled. As of December 3, the Penmen are 5-0 in the conference and 6-3 overall. George Thurston (’23) has his