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Humanities Festival 2024

On April 17 from 2-5 p.m., SNHU is holding the annual Humanities Festival to celebrate art, philosophy, and culture. Various student organizations, offices, and academic departments will be participating. This year, it will be bigger than ever in regards to the events and activities.   There have been tireless efforts from many different student groups, including the graphics team of students that created all
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Office Spotlight: LEAI

Have you heard of the Learning Engagement and Academic Innovation (LEAI) department? LEAI is an office on campus that helps students and faculty. SNHU is filled with exciting learning opportunities all over campus. The Learner Engagement Team hires students to be partners alongside faculty and staff to continuously improve campus. They help create and define experiential learning opportunities for students to enhance the classroom
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We’re Back… Now Let’s Get Involved

The sound of students is lingering across the dining hall, frisbees are flying along the Green Space, and the taps are flowing in the pub...that can only mean one thing: we're back. The 2022-2023 school year brought a feeling of normalcy that we as a community desperately needed. Adjusting to a post-COVID world was our focus for the better part of the year; now
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Baseball’s Scott Loiseau Moving On

SNHU baseball coach, Scott Loiseau, resigned as head coach of the Penmen baseball team after accepting the position as Associate Head Coach at Penn State University. The news broke on July 14 from SNHU Athletics.   Loiseau led the Penmen to a 480-209-2 record over his 14 seasons while racking up four NE10 championships, five regional championships, and contending for the national championship in

Club Spotlight: Club Field Hockey

During the fall semester of the 2022-2023 school year, club field hockey completed its second season as a club at SNHU. The club was brought to light during the 2021-2022 school year. Roxanne Quinno (‘26), a forward on the team, talked about her experience after her first year playing.  “One of my favorite memories was when we would bond as a team and just

Men’s Tennis Preview

The SNHU men's tennis season is underway. The team goes to Adelphi on Saturday, March 25, looking to expand upon their 5-4 record. This will be the Penmen's first NE-10 matchup of the season. Men's tennis captain, Cade Nadeau ('25), talked about his team and how they feel about this year’s season.  “We did feel really good last year and have a lot of

Faculty Spotlight: Tracy Dow

Tracy Dow is the Director of the Center for Project-Based Learning (CPBL) within the new program at SNHU, the Learning Engagement and Academic Innovation (LEAI) program. She was asked to join and decided it was a great fit for her. She liked how LEAI fit in with her graphic design background, and that it matched well with the studio classes she teaches. She hopes