Opinion: Proposal Gives Governing Boards Special Treatment

*****************************UPDATED April 17, 2019 3:00 p.m.***************************** A drafted policy from the Student Activities Fee Oversight Committee allows governing boards to circumvent the standard conference proposal process. The student body should not stand for clubs not being given equitable treatment. The proposal states, “We propose that professional development conferences for the governing boards, Inter-Greek Council (IGC), Coordinators of Activities and Programming Events (CAPE), and Student

CAPE Can Avoid a Concert Flop by Asking What We Think

Who else almost didn’t notice that SNHUStock happened? The concert left just as quickly as it came this year. CAPE hosted Groove Boston, a DJ group catered to college students. This was their second consecutive year as the headliner for SNHUStock. The event saw 700 students, according to CAPE, and around 500 students according to SGA’s Penmen Pride system, the organization's platform to track

Penmen Pride Emails Bombard Student Inboxes

At 5:40 p.m. this evening, SNHU students’ Outlook inboxes were bombarded with emails from the Student Government Association (SGA). The email was an update regarding Penmen Pride, the system where students can earn points for attending on-campus events and exchange them for prizes at the end of the semester. In the email, students could find an update to their point total. They also received
Highlight Letters from the Editors

Why in the World Would Anyone Want to be a Journalist?

Why in the world would anyone want to be a journalist? In a recent article published by NBC News, the organization Reporters Without Borders (RWB) compared the number of journalists worldwide who were detained in 2017 to 2018. The number jumped from 326 to 348 individuals. The United States recently made its way onto RWB’s list of most dangerous countries for reporters, earning a spot in

Jenkins and Pantano Personify Community Service

Sometimes a cause is worth braving the cold. Despite the cold and windy day, Jay Jenkins and Jess Pantano (‘20) could be found this past week in the Green Space with a chalkboard and a table full of cupcakes and cookies. Written on the chalkboard was the question, “How do you help others?” Jenkins and Pantano were representing the Center for Community Engaged Learning
Kingston Hall is the latest residence hall at SNHU

Students Learn and Thrive in Kingston Hall

The always changing and ever-growing campus of SNHU recently opened its most ambitious building to date with Kingston Hall. Ribbon cuttings feel routine for students at this point. Campus President Patty Lynott recognized this in her opening remarks, noting that for the past fifteen years SNHU has opened at least one new building every year. “Most people don’t realize how many people worked how