SNHU Commits to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

It’s well known that one of the institutional goals for SNHU surrounds the promotion of diversity, equity, and inclusion. Students quickly understand this when joining SNHU by having to take First Year Seminar, which aims to explore diversity issues in the classroom. However, it is less known that SNHU has developed a full five-year strategic plan to increase diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in

International Gala Unites Students From All Over The World

The International Students Association (ISA) held its 36th Annual International Gala on April 12, 2019. This year's theme was Treasures in Diversity and was meant to celebrate the students who have traveled here from all over the world to attend Southern New Hampshire University. Vice President of ISA, Amanda White (‘20), spoke to the importance of why they hold the Gala each year. “We

Women’s Center Celebrates International Women’s Day

Every year on March 8, the world celebrates International Women’s Day. The day is a global holiday to recognize women’s economic, political, social and cultural achievements. It is a call to action in gender equality and was a major achievement in women’s rights when the day was created in 1909. This year, the Deborah L. Coffin Women’s Center is hosting its fourth International Women’s

One Love Foundation and SNHU to Raise Domestic Abuse Awareness

If students are unsure if they or someone they know is in a healthy relationship, the One Love Foundation can help. The One Love Foundation teaches people, mainly college students, the difference between healthy and unhealthy relationships and educates them on how to cope with unhealthy ones. One Love was created in 2010 after University of Virginia student Yeardley Love was beaten to death

Fighting for All Voices at The Boston Women’s March

“Sisterhood. Solidarity. We exist, and we will rise,” said Boston Women’s March keynote speaker and Massachusetts Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley. This is what the 2019 Boston Women’s March was all about. The third annual Boston Women’s March drew in large crowds full of women and men of all ages, races, sexual orientations and backgrounds to call for equal rights. The supporters came in masses on

What Has Black Friday Become?

Black Friday has seemed to have become its own national holiday with how much it has grown over the years. It’s a night full of waiting in long lines, being stuck in large crowds and spending too much money all in the name of savings. It’s the time of year all retail workers dread and having worked two Black Friday weekends myself, I have