Women’s Tennis Captures First NE10 Title Since 2011-2012 Season

The SNHU women's tennis team won the NE10 championship against Franklin Pierce on October 23, with a final score of 4-3. It is the first NE10 championship for the women since the 2011-2012 season. Team captain Magdalena [Maggie] Hubickova ('23) sees the championship win as a full circle moment after working towards it for such a long time. "Winning the NE10 was such an

Homecoming is Back and Better Than Ever

After a three-year hiatus due to COVID-19, in-person Homecoming returned to campus from October 14-16. Many alumni and parents were found exploring the campus, participating in events, and attending athletic events. Homecoming is a treasured event and a great opportunity for alumni to reconnect with the campus they once called home. During the Street Fair on October 15, the SETA Green Space was packed

Taking Care of Mental Health and Knowing When to Take a Break

The SNHU community is now settled into the school year and the Fall '22 semester is proceeding quickly. The first half of the term has offered various events, such as CAPE's Big Money Bingo and the Involvement Fair. Other functions, such as the Munchiez food truck, have also returned to the livened campus. However, that doesn't mean there aren't any struggles on campus. The
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Club Spotlight: Radio SNHU

Radio SNHU is the hub for all things music and radio on campus. Their office is located on the left wing of the Student Center, near The Last Chapter Pub. The organization is best known for hosting Karaoke Night and Name That Tune. From radio shows and podcasts to DJing at events, the opportunities are endless for campus students. Matthew Majchrzak ('24) makes the

SETA Annex Shuttle Is A SNHUdent’s Worst Nightmare

With the beginning of the new school year, many students are eager to be back in the classroom. One selling point that SNHU has over other universities is how most classes are within close proximity of each other. Many college students map out their schedules to maximize the amount of sleep that they get in a given night; this usually means waking up five

SNHU Unveils New Logo

On August 11, the SNHU community received an email from SNHU President, Paul LeBlanc, stating that the university will be introducing a new logo. The change was made following a survey that was sent out to the SNHU community in the Fall 2021 semester. "Our new logo incorporates feedback from students, faculty, staff, and alumni, as well as external research. It reflects the richness

President LeBlanc’s Vision for the 2022-2023 Academic Year

With a new school year rapidly approaching for the SNHU community, there are many questions regarding how this academic year will run. Paul LeBlanc, President of SNHU, expresses his optimism about the upcoming school year. However, SNHU has not seen a traditional year since the 2018-2019 academic year. After multiple years of uncertainty, it is unclear what students should expect. "We all know that

New Date for Senior Trip Causes Concerns For Students

SNHU seniors have the opportunity to celebrate their achievements at the "happiest place on Earth" after years of hard work, dedication, and unexpected global challenges. In the past, the senior class trip occurred after classes wrapped up for the spring semester, however, SNHU moved it up to Spring Break. While this trip is open to all on-campus seniors, there is one group that will

SNHU Athletics Looks to 2022-2023 After Winning Presidents’ Cup

The 2021-2022 school year was one for the athletic program's history books. As a whole, SNHU athletes, teams, and coaches earned countless awards that stood out in comparison to rival NE10 schools. Collectively, SNHU had four teams earn NE10 regular season championships, two teams earn NE10 conference championships, multiple teams earn national recognition, and six coaches who earned NE10 Coach of the Year honors.

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