Fulbright Brings Opportunities for a Bright Future

When college comes to an end, many graduate students may not know exactly what to do. Luckily for them, the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affair's Fulbright program can grant them a great educational experience to learn about different cultures and continue developing their skill sets even after graduation. A workshop presented by Outreach and Recruitment Officer Aferdita Krasniqi to learn more about this
Arts & Entertainment

“Us” Is Hilariously Horrifying and Mediates Important Messages

Witty banter and tense, thriller-like horror makes up the bulk of the sensational new production by Jordan Peele that is a must-see for any fans of his previous movie "Get Out." "Us" is a movie that takes on a strange concept of people having clones of themselves. These clones live deep underground and were forgotten about after a government experiment went haywire. They developed

VITA Clinic Provides Much Needed Tax Knowledge and Assistance

Students learn many mathematical algorithms throughout their educational careers. Most of these, however, are considered useless. Yet, schools continue to teach them instead of the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed after college, such as doing taxes. To help solve this issue, accounting majors at SNHU will be participating in the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Clinic to teach other SNHU students, and non-SNHU

How the Winter Class Cancellation Policy Affects Commuters

During the bitter winter months, students pray for snowfall in hopes of class cancellations. For some students, even the smallest amount of snowfall can get them excited for a snow day. However, not too many people know the process the university goes through to cancel classes due to snow. The Penmen Press spoke with the individual responsible for making this hefty decision: Associate Vice

Cultures Learned and Memories Had Whilst Studying Abroad

Studying abroad allows for many new and interesting opportunities for education. Although academics is a large part of studying abroad, students are also excepted to embrace the overall experience which includes the memories made and cultural differences encountered.  Studying abroad provides extensive opportunities beyond the classroom as students are able to make memories and fully embrace the culture in which they live. The various

SGA Swears In New Senators And Questions Constitution

On Tuesday, November 27, The Student Government Association (SGA) met in Hospitality 202 to discuss new events, clubs and conferences that are going to be taking place in the near future. This was also the first meeting for any new senators that joined the association. The meeting started as usual with approval of minutes and roll call where the new senators were acknowledged. The

SGA Looks Ahead to Next Semester Amid Financial Requests

On Tuesday, November 6, the Student Government Association (SGA) held their usual bi-weekly meeting to address new business, such as elections and awarding a senator of the month. The meeting started in its normal fashion with approval of minutes and senator roll call. After calling the meeting into effect, the Budget and Finance committee presented the conference and overage requests they had received at