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Dr. Diana Polley Wins Warren Brooks Award

Students are often showcased for their great achievements and milestones, but sometimes there is a faculty member who should be recognized for their successful endeavors. Dr. Diana Polley recently won the Western Kentucky University’s (WKU) Warren Brooks Award for her book "Echoes of Emerson: Rethinking Realism in Twain, James, Wharton, and Cather." Named after Robert Penn Warren and Cleanth Brooks, this award is representative
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Office of Residence Life Prepares for Largest RA Applicant Pool Ever

RA Applications were released this past November, and the Office of Residence Life is expecting its most competitive pool ever. Applications consist of four short answer questions and require a reference. They are open until January 15 and all current students are qualified to apply for the 2019-2020 school year. At a panel in Tuckerman Hall, three Resident Assistants (RAs) and the Residence Director
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Aly Raisman Opens up About Feminism and Being a Role Model

Aly Raisman is the epitome of the word “fierce.” Raisman is a six-time Olympic medalist, three of which are gold. She competed in two Olympic Games, winning the team gold awards both times. Raisman is also a sexual abuse survivor. Raisman appeared at SNHU on November 27 to discuss her gymnastics career, her views on feminism and her experience opening up during the Larry
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SNHU Exceeds Expectations During Re-Accreditation

During the fall semester of 2018, Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) had a basic re-accreditation done. Peterson’s Company tells us that, “Schools request to be evaluated and/or have their programs evaluated by an independent accrediting agency. The agency sets its own standards that the school must meet in order to earn their accreditation, and since accrediting agencies vary in their quality standards, some are
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Men’s Tennis Shows Exemplary Play at ITA’s

The Men’s Tennis Team put forth an amazing performance at the ITA East Regional Championships during the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Queens, New York last month. Graduate Student Tiago Fernandes made it to the singles finals in a historic run and brothers Willem (’20) and Bas Van Biezen (’20) made it to the doubles finals match. Both matches were losses, however