Highlight Letters from the Editors

Why in the World Would Anyone Want to be a Journalist?

Why in the world would anyone want to be a journalist? In a recent article published by NBC News, the organization Reporters Without Borders (RWB) compared the number of journalists worldwide who were detained in 2017 to 2018. The number jumped from 326 to 348 individuals. The United States recently made its way onto RWB’s list of most dangerous countries for reporters, earning a spot in

Collision at Campus Intersection Involves Two SNHU Students

UPDATE (12/10/2018, 11 p.m.): According to the Union Leader, the driver has been identified as 24-year-old Emilie Camire of Hooksett. In Camire's car there were multiple emptied alcoholic beverages, and the substance in the ziploc bag has been confirmed to be marijuana. Camire admitted to drinking alcohol and took a field sobriety test but refused a breathalyzer test. She has since been released on
Penmen Abroad

Sweden Study Abroad Relationship From on the Rocks to Ambitious Visions

At the beginning of the semester there were speculations about the future of the Study Abroad program at the University of Skövde in Skövde, Sweden for Game Design students. The major problem revolving the program was the lack of core classes that were available in English to SNHU students. Ed Brillant, the Game Design Coordinator, expressed the importance of being able to take major

Munchiez Voted Second Best College Food Truck in the Nation

On Monday, SNHU’s student-run and operated food truck, Munchiez Food Truck, placed second in Mobile Cuisine's 2018 College Food Truck of the Year contest. After 12,000 total votes, Virginia Tech came away with the top prize. Around 250 food trucks were submitted to Mobile Cuisine, an online resource blog based around the mobile food industry for food enthusiasts. Only 10 food trucks were selected

What Governor Sununu’s Re-Election Means for Out-of-State Students

During the November Midterm Election, Republican candidate Chris Sununu won the polls for a second term as Governor of New Hampshire. Many out-of-state SNHU students are worried about what his re-election means for their ability to vote in future New Hampshire elections. In his prior term, Sununu signed House Bill 1264 (HB1264) which states that students and other part-time residents must become permanent residents

Breaking News: Hooksett Police Remove Suspicious Group from SNHU Campus

Four women accompanied by two men were found wandering around the Southern New Hampshire University campus today, attempting to solicit students to speak with them regarding their religious group beliefs. Two of the four women had been approached by Public Safety earlier this morning and told they were not allowed to come back to campus. The other two women were approached later on in

Suitcase Stories Carries Important Baggage

It can sometimes be hard to remember how privileged we are as Americans and the freedoms that we take advantage of every day. People often lose sight of how difficult it can be in other countries and why many people choose to come here. On Sunday, September 30 at 7 p.m., the Palace Theater in Manchester sanctioned the International Institute of New England (IINE)
Kingston Hall is the latest residence hall at SNHU

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

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