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Is Tinder Really Worth It?

Is swiping right really worth it on tinder? There is no guarantee you’ll get a match, and it’s hard to be sure if the person will even message you back. Tinder is reaching its sixth year in September. In those six years it has barely changed its formula of simply swiping left or right to find a match. If you haven’t heard of Tinder,
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Public Safety Prepares The Community for Active Shooter Situations

In the case of an active shooter situation, people are often confused on how to respond. On April 10 in Walker Auditorium, Public Safety provided answers. Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (CRASE) training teaches faculty and students how to respond in the case of an active shooter situation. Kevin Lee and Dan Reilly from Public Safety gave this lecture to a group of
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Everyday Sexism Workshop With the Women’s Center

Sexism is a problem that has occurred for thousands of years and is a worldwide issue that is still prevalent in our everyday society. However, at the Deborah L. Coffin Women’s Center, Director Brooke Gilmore hopes to help make students aware of the everyday microaggressions and signs synonymous with sexism. “The focus of the workshop is to recognize how sexism persists in daily interactions
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Dr. Sara Howe: For the Love of Teaching

On the third floor of Robert Frost lies an office that greets incomers with an “X-Files” poster, books by the dozens, Funko Pops and Dr. Sara Howe. Dr. Howe is an assistant professor of English and the Creative Writing coordinator at SNHU. Her job involves administrative duties, advising students, mentoring the Creative Writing club, as well as managing other English department related work on