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The Future of SNHU Culinary is Uncertain

Vice President of Academic Affairs Michael Evans is recommending a teach-out of the SNHU Culinary program. On April 3, Evans sent out an email to students who are enrolled in the culinary program that outlined his reasoning for this recommendation. Evans offered a similar recommendation in January of 2017. His main concerns were the high cost associated with running the program and declining enrollment.
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A Meal at Consuelo’s is a Culinary Journey to Mexico

With the conclusion of winter and the arrival of warm weather comes a shift in cravings for many people. The bright and spicy flavors of Mexican cuisine are irresistible in the spring and summer. Well-made tacos, burritos and quesadillas have the ability to transport us to tropical Mexican beaches. Many SNHU students may be familiar with Mexican chains such as Margarita’s and La Carreta,
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Gain Global Business Skills in Cologne, Germany

Studying abroad as a business major allows students to gain a direct understanding of how international business compares to domestic business. Business students with the desire to travel have numerous options for studying abroad, including spending a semester at the renowned Cologne Business School (CBS) in Cologne, Germany. SNHU first partnered with the Cologne Business School in 2014 and students have studied there since
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Classic Games and Casual Eats to be found at Boards and Brews

Board games are a classic, yet constantly evolving, form of entertainment that are enjoyed by individuals of all ages. These games span many genres, from childhood favorites such as Apples to Apples and Monopoly, to edgy innovations like Dirty Minds and Cards Against Humanity. Boards and Brews, a soon-to-be-open board game cafe and bar, celebrates the humble board game as a means of bringing
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Nick Peters Bond: From SNHU’s Kitchen to “Hell’s Kitchen”

From the SNHU culinary program to one of the most well-known cooking competitions in the country, Nick Peters Bond has transcended expectations by appearing on "Hell’s Kitchen," an acclaimed competition series that airs on FOX. After the completion of his first season in 2014, he was asked to return to the show for season 17, also known as the All-Star season. Bond attended SNHU
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Daw Kun Thai Brings the Bold Flavors of Thailand to Manchester

In the United States, Thai cuisine has evolved from an obscure and unfamiliar style of Asian food to a nationwide obsession. Authentic Thai food is the specialty at Daw Kun Thai, a quaint restaurant located near the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport. Husband and wife team Desmond and Nipaporn Holman opened Daw Kun Thai on May 5, 2017. “My wife, who is the head cook, is from Thailand.
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Get Fed Like Royalty At The Hanover Street Chophouse

Manchester is home to a plethora of restaurants representing an assortment of cuisines, but few qualify as genuine fine-dining. Among these few is the Hanover Street Chophouse, a destination for those seeking a high-end meal in a stylish setting. Since 2005, the Chophouse has been serving high quality and expertly-prepared steaks, chops and seafood housed in a former bank. “It’s a one-of-a-kind restaurant in
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SNHU Students to March for a Purpose in Washington D.C.

Gun laws and gun violence have become frequently debated topics amid the tragic shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. This occurrence has sparked an upcoming event in Washington D.C. called “March For Our Lives.” The SNHU Center for Community Engaged Learning (CCEL) is providing SNHU students with the opportunity to partake in this once-in-a-lifetime event. The march, taking place on March
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Restaurant Spotlight: Portland Pie Co. Dishes Out Creative Pizza in a Comfortable Atmosphere

Pizzerias are a common sight throughout Manchester, but relatively few offer artisanal toppings, a creative menu or a comfortable atmosphere. Portland Pie Co. is an exception, providing locals with uniquely-topped pizza in a relaxed setting. Located mere minutes from the SNHU Arena in downtown Manchester, Portland Pie began as a humble pizzeria in Maine. “It was started by two college friends. They started in