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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
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Paul LeBlanc’s Vision for SNHU in 2023-2024

In the 2022-2023 school year, SNHUdents caught a whiff of normalcy in the school's first year without a slew of COVID protocols. Although the idea of COVID still lingered throughout campus, the student body thrived and took advantage of being together. As the days go by, life becomes less affected by the pandemic. The SNHU community heads into the second year of "normalcy," and
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American Dining Creations to Make SNHU Debut

One of the hottest topics amongst the SNHU community has been the university's decision to part ways with Sodexo and sign a contract with American Dining Creations (ADC). This past summer has been full of transition in order to make sure that everything is ready to go for the return of the student body. Walking into the dining hall, there is already lots of

End of School Year Recap

This has been the first full year on campus since the pandemic, and it has opened up many opportunities for the SNHU campus community. The SNHU community enjoyed all the aspects of campus life, from joining in on karaoke night at The Last Chapter Pub to supporting peers at Undergraduate Research Day. SNHU learned how to be a community again. We have had the

SNHU School of Business Announces Closure of the Beloved Brewed Awakening

Brewed Awakening, previously named Cup of Love, has been a staple at SNHU for many years. It became a place for students to relax and enjoy food and beverages crafted by SNHU students, including their famous 'Crêpe Day.' However, those fun times and memories will come to an end after School of Business Dean Dr. Michael T. Tasto made the decision to shut down

SNHU’s New Dining Plan Finalized

The news of American Dining Creations (ADC) taking over Sodexo as SNHU's dining vendor spread across the university quickly; however, it left two lingering questions: how much will my meal plan cost and how will it be structured? In an email sent to students on February 22 by Dr. Meagan LaMarca, the university announced the new meal plan structure for the 2023-2024 school year

Does Spring Break Really Give Students A Break?

Spring break is a time during the school year when everyone can kick back from their daily routine. Maybe it's spent lying on the beach or climbing to the top of a mountain. Maybe it's more laid back, allowing people to go home and spend time with loved ones. Ideally, people can spend their spring break however they please. However, what happens when school
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SNHU Rides the Gravy Train for the Biggest Concert in SNHU History

After a fall concert that many, including CAPE, would consider a major bust, the pressure was on to put together a spring concert that pleased the SNHU community; CAPE did just that. On March 4, the SNHU community, as well as the general public, packed the SNHU Arena as rapper and media personality Yung Gravy took the stage. The concert was a year in

Lack of Course Offerings Affecting Student Programs

The typical program evaluation for a student at SNHU is quite robust and makes the college experience worthwhile. However, given the complexity of each individual program, students need to take certain classes to fulfill their course requirements to ensure they graduate on time. When navigating the course catalog, students will find all of the classes required, but some are only offered in certain semesters,