10th Annual Soul Food Dinner Celebrates Diversity on SNHU’s campus

On Sunday, February 17, the Multicultural Student Union (MSU) held its tenth annual Soul Food Dinner at the Dining Center Banquet Hall. The night was filled with scrumptious food, amazing talent and defining words. Staff, students and family filled the Banquet Hall and arrived red-carpet ready. Extravagant decor, attire and conversation mirrored this year’s "Met Gala" theme. [caption id="attachment_11342" align="aligncenter" width="698"] Soul food itinerary
Community Service Organizations News

Raise Awareness for Hunger and Homelessness

The week of November 13 to 18 is nationally known as Hunger and Homelessness Awareness week. With the help of The National Coalition for the Homeless and The National Student Campaign against Hunger and Homelessness, the week will be filled with opportunities to spread awareness and volunteer in the community. With Hunger and Homelessness Awareness week right around the corner, it’s important for students

New Honors Director Lowell Matthews Hopes to “Pick It Up a Notch”

The University Honors Program has recently undergone a major change. When a position as the new honors director opened up, Dr. Lowell Matthews knew the position would allow him to make the difference he wishes to see in the world. Graduating from SNHU with his undergrad and becoming a part of the faculty in 2012, Matthews has always been an active participant in the

Campus Culture Challenges a More Environmentally Friendly Dining Center

Students returning to campus this semester may have noticed a change in the dining center. Dan VanAvery, the general manager of the dining center, made the decision to bring back metal utensils instead of offering exclusively plastic. The new year means a new slate. This new year, the dining center introduced 1,200 metal pieces of each utensil, offering forks, knives and spoons. Students on