Have you ever thought about taking the trolley to class in San Francisco or spending a semester on the beaches of Hawaii? The National Student Exchange (NSE) has welcomed its first group of students to the SNHU campus. The students, one from Vermont and another from Arizona, are the first of the new program at SNHU, and the next group could include you. NSE
My summers were spent here at the Pavilion as if it were my backyard. I see the crowd lined up at the door, decorated in Paramore and Foster the People t-shirts, just like my own. The faces from my middle school and high school are joining me in this homecoming. Now I’m here with my university, and it feels like bringing home your college
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
There are some opportunities that are rare to get outside of college. Elizabeth Richards and her team at The Center for Community Engaged Learning (CCEL) know this. Today at the Involvement Fair, CCEL announced the trip locations for Alternative Break (AB). Through this program, students have the chance to spend their spring break traveling to a community service project. The AB locations are always
Do you find yourself staring out the window and dreaming of spending your days among the clouds? A new program at SNHU is helping students tackle their sky-high dreams. Aviation Operations and Management (AOM) is a new degree being offered to students as a bachelor of science “to provide an immersive experience in both flying and academics,” says SNHU’s academic catalog. It offers a
Welcome Back all! As September returns, we’re happy to see the campus filling up once again, and as always, we like to be the first to welcome students, staff and faculty alike. We know the summer has passed far too quickly, but we hope you’re ready for the semester. At the Penmen Press, it hasn’t felt like much of a break. You may notice
This morning, SNHU President Paul LeBlanc announced on Twitter that SNHU officially has an esports team. There will be four teams to start: Fortnite, Hearthstone, League of Legends and Overwatch. SNHU is announcing the state's first collegiate e-sports team today. I'm pretty intrigued by the whole phenomenon and the meteoric growth of the industry. I need guidance on what system to order. Need to
“Deadpool” hit theaters in 2016 with a mountain of hype behind it. Years of rumors followed the lackluster treatment of the character in the X-Men universe. Word was that Ryan Reynolds was going to fix it all. Reynolds was going to give the character the love he deserved. The iron was hot when the first film hit. The popularity of the superhero movies it
Before the Southern New Hampshire University graduating Class of 2018 walked the aisle to receive their diplomas we asked them, "What's the most valuable thing you learned in college?"
It’s time to turn the page on another year of The Penmen Press. In recent years, we’ve been part of immeasurable growth, this year has been no different, and in this time of transition the two of us are equal parts humbled and excited to lead this amazing group. The dynamic duo of Megan Palmer and Rebecca LeBoeuf are a hard act to follow.