Kingston Hall is the latest residence hall at SNHU
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Students Learn and Thrive in Kingston Hall

The always changing and ever-growing campus of SNHU recently opened its most ambitious building to date with Kingston Hall. Ribbon cuttings feel routine for students at this point. Campus President Patty Lynott recognized this in her opening remarks, noting that for the past fifteen years SNHU has opened at least one new building every year. “Most people don’t realize how many people worked how
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Fall F.A.R.E. to Bring Manchester Culture to Campus

SNHU On Campus paired with the SNHU social media team is kicking off their 4th annual Fall F.A.R.E (Food, Arts, Recreation, & Entertainment) on September 19 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the small gym. This event is designed to exhibit the different resources that are available to students in their local community. It is especially targeted at incoming first years and transfer students. The
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Painting the Campus Pink

In support of breast cancer research, the Franco-American Centre, CAPE and the Penmen Press will be teaming up to host the 5K Color Run, also known as "Paint the Campus Pink," on Saturday, April 14. Check-in will be at 10:15 a.m. at the front entrance of the SNHU Dining Hall, and the run is set to begin at 11 a.m. The 5K route will
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Public Safety is Prepared for the Worst

With the current atmosphere around gun violence, Public Safety provided details on the protocol for when a gun is present on campus. Some details have been excluded for the sake of security of the campus in the event of a crisis situation. According to SNHU’s Student Handbook, “possessing, displaying, using or distributing a firearm or any other weapon or explosive on property owned by
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Nick Peters Bond: From SNHU’s Kitchen to “Hell’s Kitchen”

From the SNHU culinary program to one of the most well-known cooking competitions in the country, Nick Peters Bond has transcended expectations by appearing on "Hell’s Kitchen," an acclaimed competition series that airs on FOX. After the completion of his first season in 2014, he was asked to return to the show for season 17, also known as the All-Star season. Bond attended SNHU
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Innovations in Greek Life on Campus

Greek life has had a negative attitude surrounding it for decades. Over the last year or so, Greek organizations on campus claim they have been working to better their reputation and eliminate stigmas related to fraternities and sororities. One innovation they have made is prioritizing academics and philanthropy and trying to engage in more missions on campus to better the community. Some groups have
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Drama Club, Office of Diversity, Generation Equality and CAPE to Produce “Rocky Horror Picture Show”

The cast and crew are ready to jump to the left and a step to the right into the world of Rocky Horror. On Tuesday October 31 at 9 p.m., the Drama Club will be preforming a live screen play in Walker Auditorium, located in the Robert Frost building, of the infamous “Rocky Horror Picture Show.” This event is free and anybody is invited
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The One With All The Penmen

The Last Chapter Pub morphed into Central Perk on Jan. 31 as more than 60 students gathered to watch several episodes of the classic sitcom “Friends.” The event began at 8 p.m. and ran for approximately two hours, showcasing five episodes that were streamed from Netflix onto a projector. Tom Balestracci, the assistant director for the Office of Student Involvement and fan of the