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Club Spotlight: Style Club

Style Club at SNHU is a place to showcase your personal style and bring people together through fashion. President of Style Club, Cloverlyn Willis ('24), strives to bring the SNHU community together through fashion, creating a safe space for everyone to show their personal style and explore new ones. Willis wants people to know everyone is welcome to join. For those worried about joining
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Brewed Awakening Cafe Re-Opens on Campus

Student-run coffee shop, Brewed Awakening, reopens next week after the controversial decision by the School of Business to shut the beloved cafe down. Following the temporary closure and massive pushback, Brewed Awakening is back in operation. Brewed Awakening is located in the Hospitality Center right when you walk in the front door. The hours of operation this coming semester are Monday through Wednesday 8:30am-2:30pm,
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Pool Space Update

There was once a day where the SNHU and greater Manchester communities could use the pool in the athletic complex. The pool was closed over a year ago when campus was closed due to COVID, but has yet to be repurposed. Closing the pool opened the door to new opportunities for what the space can become. Campus Director of Athletics and Recreation, Anthony Fallacaro,
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SNHU 2023-2024 Sports Preview

SNHU's 2023-2024 fall sports season is here. Pre-season practices start mid-August, with teams coming back on campus early for conditioning and meeting the new players this year. The teams starting their seasons in the coming fall are: Women’s soccer, men’s soccer, volleyball, field hockey, women’s cross country, men’s cross country, women’s tennis, and men’s golf. The winter sports (women’s basketball, men’s basketball, ice hockey,

The Masters Program: From a SNHU Students Perspective

Madailein Lindsay graduated from SNHU in 2022. She is now enrolled in the master's program at SNHU and will complete her requirements during the last week of August 2023. Lindsay chose to go to SNHU for the master's program because she found an education plan that aligned with her desired start and end times. It was recommended to her by a dean in the

Office Spotlight: Office of Sustainability

SNHU's Office of Sustainability was established in 2021. They will celebrate two years of the office's opening in July. Sustainability Manager, Pamela Beckvagni, works to further the efforts of the office's sustainability.  "When we think about awareness here, what we really want is the step beyond that, which is getting people involved," said Beckvagni. The Office of Sustainability has a list of goals to

SNHUs Women’s indoor Track and Field NE10 Champs

The women’s track team snagged their first-ever NE10 championship win on February 17 at the New Balance Track in Boston. The team was runner-up last season. The team had at least one person in every event; sprint events, distance events, jumps, and throws. The team scored the most points in the 5k (top 3), shotput, and the pentathlon.  Ashley Corcoran (graduate student) spoke on

SNHU’s Adriana Timberlake Scores Her 1000th point

Adriana Timberlake ('23) scored her 1,000th point for the SNHU women's basketball team in an 81-43 victory over The College of Saint Rose on February 11th at the Stan Spirou Field House. Timberlake acknowledges that this accomplishment has been a long time coming, even stating that she has played basketball since she was four years old. "I have been around basketball my whole life,"

Office Spotlight: International Student Services (ISS)

The office of International Student Services (ISS), located in the Green Center, room 108, helps international students with their time at SNHU. Once international students are on campus, the office supports them through the process of being an SNHU student. “The students are first supported by International Admissions. This includes receiving their initial immigration documents and receiving support while they apply to the US

Study Abroad Program Changes

SNHU students are going to see changes to the Study Abroad program for the '23-'24 academic school year. Study Abroad Program Manager, Scott Snyder, went over the program for students who are unfamiliar with the process. “For our short-term Faculty-Led Programs, we can only use a third-party provider, Education First. Previously, these programs were handled directly with our select few international university partnerships. Using