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SNHU Choir Spotlight

The choir at SNHU began in 2013. Currently, the choir is made up of eight students. Brenda LaForce, SNHU Concert Choir Director and Private Voice Teacher, started directing the choir this September. "The choir has 8 wonderful singers at the moment. Between COVID and a few years without having a consistent director, enrollment has declined. I know there are a lot of fantastic singers
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SNHU’s Education Program Accredited

The School of Arts, Sciences and Education at Southern New Hampshire University was granted accreditation at the initial licensure level by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation Washington, DC. The following programs are included in the accreditation cycle in a document titled “EPP Approved Programs” by SNHU. The accreditation process took more than 18 months to complete and it was accomplished through
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How Getting Involved On Campus Can Change Everything

Students can get involved on campus in many ways. Clubs, organizations, and events are all open for students to join and attend. Events happen on campus all the time; students can find what interests them and go to the event. There is something for everyone out there. Flyers hang around campus on bulletin boards with information about different clubs and events that are happening
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Player Spotlight: Harry Vargas Segura

The men's baseball season started on February 2. The team has played 19 games so far this season, with a positive record of 13 and 8. The team has a number of newcomers to the team, losing a large portion of players from last season. Last season, the team made it two games before the championship. Harry Vargas Segura (‘24 ) is a player
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Player Spotlight: Meghan Gordon

Meghan Gordon (‘26) is a Sophomore at SNHU on the women’s basketball team. Gordon has been on the team since her freshman year and has been playing basketball since she was eight years old. At a recent game on February 21, Gordon scored 11 points for the team, with the end score being 51-56, in favor of Southern Connecticut. Since playing at SNHU, Gordon
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SNHU’s Lacrosse Spring Season Starts

The SNHU lacrosse season is underway. The men’s lacrosse season starts February 10 with the team's first scrimmage against Endicott. The first men’s game was on February 17 against Molloy, and ended in a loss 11-10 at the Penmen Stadium. The first women’s game was on February 18 and ended in a win 21-2 in Sparkill, NY. Sophomore Matt Antonetti (26’) has been on
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Pink Day at SNHU

Pink Day at SNHU is happening on Saturday, February 3 at 1:30 pm against New Haven. The lobby fair opens at 12:30 pm, where prizes, giveaways, raffles, t-shirt sales, and kids' face painting are all available. The first Pink Day was held in 2006 and was founded by head women's basketball coach, Karen Pinkos. They give donations to CMC Breast Care Center and Kay
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Paul LeBlanc’s Trip to Africa

SNHU President, Paul LeBlanc, along with a team of three employees, visited Africa from October 24 to November 1. During his visit, LeBlanc visited refugee learners and spoke at two commencement ceremonies in Kenya and Rwanda through SNHU's Global Education Movement (GEM). The GEM initiative aims to educate and empower their learners. GEM is the first large-scale online learning initiative for refugees, partnering with
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Club Spotlight: Mens Club Volleyball

SNHU men's club volleyball is gearing up for the start of their season at the beginning of the Spring semester. The club has been running for four years. Marshall Littlefield, the club president, spoke about the club. "Typical practice times are 8-10pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays, although that changes depending on gym availability," said Littlefield. "Sometimes we also have optional weekend practices on the
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SNHU Winter Sports Preview

SNHU’s winter sports season has started. Hockey, men's basketball, women’s basketball, and indoor track & field have started their seasons and are ready to play. Eric Coplin, Director of Athletic Communications, talked about last year's accomplishments, especially the women’s indoor track and field team winning its first conference championship in program history. “We enjoyed a good amount of success in the winter season last