Students gathered in the Deborah L. Coffin Women’s Center for the unveiling and final showcase of the portraits from the Unapologetic Project on February 27. The Unapologetic Project is a photographic celebration of black women’s visibility and voices at SNHU. Beginning around 5 p.m., SNHU students and faculty were welcomed into the Women’s Center with hors d'oeuvres and beverages. They were then free to
Over the recent years SNHU has been making major advancements throughout the Manchester campus. The latest installment of these renovations has been the Belknap Building, housing the School of Education. As of now, the new building is officially complete except for a few pieces of additional furniture set to arrive in the near future. Before the renovation, Belknap hall consisted of small office spaces
On November 14, the Deborah L. Coffin Women’s Center sponsored a screening of “The Empowerment Project,” a film dedicated to sharing the stories of ordinary women doing extraordinary things. The documentary follows the journey of “a crew of female filmmakers driving across America to encourage, empower, and inspire the next generation of strong women to go after their career ambitions.” The question the documentary
With the holiday season just around the corner, SNHU’s Bradley Three Year Honors Program Principles of Management class is offering students a way to give back. The Angel Tree Campaign provides gifts to those who might not otherwise receive them during the holiday season. Starting November 14, ten decorated trees will be put up in different buildings around campus with tags on them that contain information about a person and what kind of
On November 1, students in SNHU’s Environmental Issues Learning Community participated in planting spring bulbs in the wildflower gardens by the Shapiro Library. Beginning around 8 A.M., students from SCI 219, English 120, and SNHU 101, the three classes that make up the Learning Community, came together to plant daffodils and other spring flowers for bees to pollinate when they wake up. Professor Allison Cummings, who helped coordinate the event,
The Vietnam Memorial Traveling Wall has relocated temporarily to Southern New Hampshire’s Green Space. The Wall, which arrived on Thursday, October 5, was ceremoniously welcomed by the SNHU community at 6 p.m. The Memorial Wall, which is an 80% scale replica of the Vietnam Memorial Wall in Washington, D.C., will be available for the SNHU community to observe until 3 p.m. on October 8.
The Center for Community Engaged Learning (CCEL) hosted their ninth annual Give a Little, Feed a Lot food drive on Saturday, September 16. Starting at about 9:30 a.m., student volunteers began showing up on the Green Space for registration. Students received t-shirts and were assigned teams before they boarded school buses that brought them to various neighborhoods around Manchester. Each team was given a
The Deborah L. Coffin Women’s Center at SNHU is a recent addition to the campus’s effort to inspire inclusivity and equality. The center, located in the Green Center for Student Success, provides a safe and welcoming space where anyone can stop by, meet new people, and learn more about issues regarding gender equality. The Women’s Center acts as a perfect spot for students to