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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
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Mono No Aware Opens in McIninch Gallery

The McIninch Art Gallery, located in Robert Frost Hall, regularly offers new art exhibitions in its space, but it shines when the SNHU community takes advantage of it. Communications Professor Dave Humphreys opted to use the space for his first ever photography gallery that can be viewed from now until October 26. At the opening reception on September 19, students and faculty gathered at
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Bailey and Boucher Among those Honored at Fourth Annual Student Employee of the Year Awards

It's another award for Chandler Center employee Ryan Bailey ('19). After receiving the 2019 Campus Compact for New Hampshire President's Award, he was recognized as SNHU's Employee of the Year at the fourth annual Student Employee Awards banquet in the SNHU Athletic Complex April 17. "Winning the Student Employee of the Year Award was a huge honor," Bailey said. "Quite honestly, I am speechless. I
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Noelle Magee Shares Her National Student Exchange Experience

In the spring semester of the 2018-2019 school year, SNHU participated in an exchange program called National Student Exchange (NSE). NSE's website describes the program as “. . . An exchange program within the US, Canada, and Puerto Rico. Students can study away for a semester or a year. The program provides a variety of benefits to college students looking to add to their
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School of International Education to Break Barriers

The global mission of SNHU is continuing with a new school opening next year. The School of International Education was announced by Vice President of Academic Affairs Michael Evans and UC President Patty Lynott in an email sent to staff over the winter break. This move will seek to consolidate many aspects of international students' college experience, alongside language classes and the Study Abroad
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Responsible Penmen Policy Offers Support to SNHU Students

Executive Director of Community Standards Jay Tifone sent an email to all SNHU students on February 21 regarding the new Responsible Penmen Policy. The policy went into effect at the beginning of the semester and encourages students and student organizations to seek immediate medical attention for themselves or others in alcohol and drug-related emergencies without fear of a change to their conduct standing (e.g.,
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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