Every fall, SNHU students make the big adjustment of moving into their new residence halls. Those students are greeted by Resident Assistants (RAs), some who are brand new to the position and some who are veterans of working in the Office of Residence Life. However, each RA has the same goal: to make their residents feel at home. Sara Einsmann ('21) is an RA
SNHU is breaking ground again, this time for the new College of Engineering, Technology and Aeronautics (CETA) building. For now, the construction site can be found next to Washington Hall, far from the current CETA building located on Victory Lane. According to Patty Lynott, the president of university college, “The construction is projected to be complete in the fall of 2019. We anticipate the
Aryion Petrelle is an SNHU alumna and is now living abroad in Madrid, Spain. Petrelle has been living in Spain for about a year but has lived abroad for roughly two years overall. Petrelle lives in the city center of Spain in an area between Puerta del Sol and Plaza Mayor, but Petrelle plans on moving to London in September where she hopes to
Starting in the fall, SNHU will be offering a new major open to all students for enrollment. Dr. Katherine York is an associate professor of biology at SNHU and will be running the new biology program. Dr. York’s reason for starting the biology program at SNHU is because during the six years that she worked at the University of New Hampshire, she was able
The University of Essex is a public university in Colchester, England. The study abroad program offered at SNHU makes it possible for students to attend and study at that university. While in the United Kingdom, students are encouraged to explore all that the country has to offer. Madeline Frisella (‘20) studied abroad last semester at the University of Essex and stayed in Colchester, England.
The University of Skövde is a college located in Skövde, Sweden where game design students have the opportunity to study abroad and take classes based on their major alongside Swedish peers and other international students. According to Game Design Coordinator Ed Brillant, students studying abroad here often take drawing and introductory programming courses, in addition to general electives. Thomas Ordway (‘19) attended the program
This summer is the beginning of a new study abroad program where students will have the opportunity to travel to Syracuse Academy in Sicily, Italy, to learn the Italian language and culture. As of now, there are six students in the application process. This five-week program is open to all students who want to join. Stefano Parenti, the director of Study Abroad and the
The Student Center was transformed to the Glow Center on Friday, January 19 for the fourth Welcome Back Bash. Organized by the Coordinators of Activities and Programming Events (CAPE) and co-sponsored by 10 other clubs and organizations, the glow-themed event was a part of 2018’s Welcome Back Weekend. “[This] event is mainly geared toward giving students an alternative program to go to rather than