Men’s and Women’s Tennis Celebrate Graduating Seniors

The SNHU Men’s and Women’s Tennis Teams celebrated their graduating seniors and graduate students during ceremonies prior to their matchups on April 13 and April 7, respectively. The women honored seniors Sofia Morais, Anna Sala, Rachel Wagner and Abbey Killiam before the team collectively posted a 5-2 win over Endicott College. Killiam, Morais and Wagner will graduate this May with Bachelor’s degrees in Business
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Chris Moquin Signs with Australia’s Sydney Bears Hockey Team

Hooksett native and recent SNHU graduate, Chris Moquin, has always dreamed of playing professional hockey. Ever since he took his first steps on the ice at the age of three, he aspired to become one of hockey’s greatest players. Now, 20 years later, his dream is becoming a reality. He recently signed a season-long contract with the semi-professional Sydney Bears of the Australian Ice
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SNHU Fortnite Teams to Drop in Atlantic City for National Finals

SNHU’s two Fortnite teams are among the top 16 teams in the country that qualified for the National Collegiate Starleague Championship Tournament in Atlantic City during the weekend of April 27 and 28. SNHU introduced four esports teams, including Fortnite, to its athletic programs last August. They are members of the National Association of Collegiate Esports, a national esports league with over 130 colleges

Ryan Bailey Receives Top Honor at 2019 CCNH Presidents Awards

Campus Compact for New Hampshire (CCNH) held its 2019 President's Awards Banquet at the Manchester Country Club in Bedford on Tuesday, April 9 from noon to 2 p.m. CCNH is a statewide organization that integrates community service and civic responsibility to higher education institutions. Higher education institutions from all across the state, from White Mountains Community College to SNHU, were represented by dedicated student
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Walkinshaw Strikes Out Injury to Dominate NE10 Pitching Field

The most difficult obstacle any athlete must overcome is an injury. Sometimes an injury can be so severe that it halts the athlete’s career entirely, but there are some cases when injured athletes battle through their ailment and return to their sport stronger than ever. Such is the case for SNHU baseball phenome Jake Walkinshaw. Walkinshaw puts immense strain on his elbow when he
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SNHU Athletics Holds Fundraiser to Support Long-Time Partner Team IMPACT

The Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) Athletics Department has had a proud partnership with Team IMPACT since 2012. Team Impact is a national nonprofit organization that connects children suffering from life-threatening illnesses with college athletic teams. The Student Athletic Advisory Committee (SAAC) at SNHU hosted a fundraiser on Saturday, February 12 during the men’s and women’s basketball doubleheader against Merrimack to raise money for

Damon Dubose Jr. Inspires and Innovates with Fashion Line

A simple Google search for “PBGZ” brings up a plethora of results, including Instagram handles, Twitter hashtags and goofy derogative videos. Yet, leading the slew of results is a fresh, progressive fashion line owned by a SNHU student. Damon Dubose Jr. is a 19-year-old freshman from Dorchester, Massachusetts. He established PBGZ Clothing in 2017 when he was just a high school student to delve
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APRIL FOOLS: AHH-SNHU: SNHU Announces New Mascot Starting Fall 2020

Last month, SNHU distributed emails to all on-campus and online students asking them to fill out surveys to gain a student perspective on the university. The surveys asked students a variety of questions regarding the overall image of the school. A major portion of the questions focused on the school’s mascot, Petey the Penmen. Questions included how students feel when they see the mascot,