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Meet-and-Greets with Basketball Coaches to Take Place October 13th

The Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) athletic department will host a meet-and-greet with the head men’s and women’s basketball coaches Saturday, October 13, from 11a.m. to noon as part of Homecoming weekend. The event will take place in the newly-renovated Penmen Room overlooking the Stan Spirou Fieldhouse in the Athletic Complex. Associate Athletic Director Tom Wilkens arranged the event for fans to meet Head
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SNHU Penmen Kick off the Sports Season (VIDEO)

The SNHU Athletic department hosted Penmen Kickoff at Penmen Stadium, September 8. The event displayed action from field hockey, men’s soccer and women’s soccer and tours of the stadium and free food and giveaways. The event recognized the new stadium, which officially opened in February. The campus community gathered at the stadium Saturday afternoon for a day filled with Penmen Pride. Fans received tours
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Give a Little, Feed a Lot Food Drive a Major Success

The Center for Community Engaged Learning (CCEL) partnered with the New Hampshire Food Bank for their tenth annual Give a Little, Feed a Lot (GALFAL) food drive held on Saturday, September 15. More than 150 student and faculty volunteers trekked into nearby Manchester neighborhoods to collect food from residents to deliver to the New Hampshire Food Bank. The CCEL delivered brown paper bags to
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Paul LeBlanc Uses Innovation to Steer Success

"Higher education as an industry is very tradition bound [and] changes slowly," said SNHU President Paul Leblanc. It takes a strong-willed risk-taker to break down the walls of tradition and build up new ones. LeBlanc is at the forefront of higher education and uses the process of innovation to create new breakthroughs within it. LeBlanc keeps himself in the conversation of innovation by allowing
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Fall Sports’ Previews

Men’s Soccer [caption id="attachment_7923" align="alignleft" width="1652"] image credit: SNHU Penmen[/caption] Men’s soccer looks to continue dominance this season after rounding out last season with an 11-3-3 overall record. In mid-August, they were chosen to finish fourth in the Northeast-10 seasonal standings. Head coach Josh Taylor, who enters his 11th season with the Penmen, plans to steer the Penmen back toward their familiar championship aspirations