Sofia Barassi and Stefan Karlberg
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Goodbye, From the Co-Editors-in-Chief

As our school year comes to an end, we want to reflect on the year that we had, not only as a school, but as a newspaper. We transitioned from 18 months at home to a completely in-person school life with athletics, events, and classes where we were all quickly trying to discover ourselves again. The transition from opening up our laptops to meet

Tap House Grille Features Tasty Food and Irresistible Drinks

It is impossible to explore around the SNHU campus without stumbling upon the gem that is New England’s Tap House Grille. Located right off of Benton Road, on Hooksett Road, The Tap House boasts an impressive selection of food and drink with something for anyone who visits. The Tap House is a great choice for any SNHU student looking to get a meal away
Arts & Entertainment Features

Baby Keem Takes Rap Scene by Storm With Powerful Debut

Los Angeles-based rapper Baby Keem made it clear that he deserves to be in the conversation for best rapper of the year since the release of his debut studio album, "The Melodic Blue." Baby Keem isn’t brand new to the music scene. His 2019 song, “ORANGE SODA,” brought his first taste of virality and has more than 2 million plays on Spotify. Mostly known
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Letter From The Editors: Finally: Welcome Back

Welcome. Back.  While the past 18 months have been difficult for everyone, our patience has gotten us back to a place where we can all be together. No matter what this time has looked like for you, the sacrifices that have been made come in all shapes and sizes. With that being said, as the leaders of the Penmen Press, we want to say

SNHU Announces Virtual Commencement for Classes of 2020 and 2021

SNHU has announced that the Commencement ceremonies for the classes of 2020 and 2021 have been scheduled to take place virtually Saturday, May 8. Joining the ranks of universities like Saint Anselm’s College and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, SNHU has decided to err on the side of caution and postpone in-person Commencement ceremonies. In an email sent out to both graduating classes, the SNHU
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Why Students Should Apply for Scholarships and Learn About SNHU Billing

Even though the spring semester just began, it’s time for students to start thinking about paying next semester’s tuition. That can be a very scary thought, but it doesn't have to be. There are many ways to reduce each semester's bill. It's important to understand how student loans work. Applying for scholarships and learning about smart student loan practices can make the process much

Interim Campus President Wil Zemp to Step Down

In a duo of statements sent to faculty on September 23, 2020,  SNHU announced that Interim Campus President Wil Zemp would be leaving SNHU, effective October 16. Having previously served as President Paul LeBlanc's Chief of Staff, Zemp took over as Interim Campus President this summer following the retirement of former Campus President Patty Lynott. Zemp took over the position during a very stressful

SNHU Partners With Connection to Bring Students New Opportunities

SNHU has partnered up with Fortune 1000 company Connection to open up a brand new sales lab on campus in Webster Hall. The new lab offers SNHU students real world sales experience in the comfort of their own campus. On October 23, members of the SNHU and Connection communities joined together for a ribbon cutting ceremony to commemorate the opening of the sales lab.  Students will

SNHU Rejoices for Homecoming Weekend

Over the weekend of October 19, SNHU held its 2019 Homecoming festivities. With some events occurring on Friday and Sunday, Saturday was when a majority of the activities took place. Saturday started at 8:30 a.m. with the Homecoming 5K run and was followed by the 2019 Alumni Awards, the 3rd Annual SNHU Homecoming Cornhole Tournament and the SNHU Street Fair. The 2019 Alumni Awards

Dissect Dives into Hit Rap Albums

Named one of the best podcasts of 2018 by the New York Times, Dissect reaches listeners by diving into popular albums of the past few years and dissecting them. In a time where playlists rule the music world, Dissect aims to look at albums as whole pieces, rather than vehicles for a few hit songs. Each season of the podcast, one album is selected