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CCEL Becomes The Chandler Center, Welcomes New Name and New Service Initiatives

The Center for Community Engaged Learning (CCEL) has been a valuable resource for students seeking to be a part of something bigger than themselves for over ten years. The center is SNHU’s hub for service projects and programs that enable the SNHU community to make a difference on a local, national and international level. CCEL is looking to further expand its influence by unveiling
Arts & Entertainment

“Christine McConnell” is Worth a Taste of Something Spooky

With the arrival of Halloween comes the unyielding allure of sugar. This leads many of us to stock up on candy and attach ourselves to our television screens in pursuit of binge-watching Halloween Wars, Halloween Baking Championship and other Food Network standbys. For those craving something darker, bolder and freakier, "The Curious Creations of Christine McConnell" may be what moves the Ouija board. This unapologetically
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Umami Offers Sustainable, Asian-Inspired Eats in an Unassuming Setting

[caption id="attachment_9063" align="alignnone" width="300"] Image Credit: Nicholas VonSchantz-Ricci[/caption] The farm to table movement has gained considerable momentum during the past decade. This trend is visible in restaurants across the country, including here in New Hampshire. Consumers are becoming increasingly concerned with where their food was grown, raised and processed, which has resulted in many restauranteurs utilizing New Hampshire’s surprisingly extensive bounty. Although farm-to table
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Take a Journey to Buba Noodle Bar for Sensational Pho

Vietnamese cuisine is rapidly gaining popularity throughout the United States. This newfound popularity is well-deserved, as Vietnamese cooking is known for its extensive use of fresh herbs, spices, rice and tropical fruits, all of which work together to create healthy, boldly-flavored dishes. Those unfamiliar with this fresh and comforting cuisine can dive right in at Buba Noodle Bar. Situated on Lowell Street in downtown
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SNHU Dining Services Continues to Unveil New Initiatives

Each year, modifications are made to the SNHU dining hall to improve efficiency, increase options and meet student needs. Last year brought the arrival of the pasta station at La Trattoria, which has been hugely successful. This year has brought a handful of new innovations to serve the SNHU community. Some of the more obvious changes include the expansion of the salad bar. “That
Opinion

Working Over the Summer is Worth It

The summer months are generally regarded as a period of rest, relaxation and rejuvenation for students of all ages. The hustle and bustle of schoolwork, athletics and leadership responsibilities have come to a halt, and many of us want nothing more than to spend time with friends or do nothing at all. However, this dream of a summer free from responsibilities is often corrupted
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Green Bike Smoothie Bar Makes Healthy Eating A Little Simpler

It’s no secret that consuming generous amounts of produce is an essential component of a healthy diet. Fruits and vegetables are unprocessed sources of a myriad of healthful nutrients, yet many of us are under-consuming these vital nutrition warriors. The folks at Green Bike Smoothie Bar in Manchester’s Millyard area have set out to remedy this issue. Green Bike is a part of Fortitude
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Eminem Fights to Remain Relevant on “Kamikaze”

Rap Icon Eminem rocked the hip-hop community on August 31 when he dropped "Kamikaze," a surprise album that served to address his previous release and those who spoke out against it. Ever since the release of "Recovery" in 2010, Eminem’s music has been decidedly less aggressive and hardcore and more pop-influenced than in his early years. This was taken a step further about nine