There's a place on campus where students can make their creations come to life. The Makerspace is a lab in the back of the library's first floor. While the walls and tables full of equipment can feel intimidating, it's open for all students and faculty to use. The Makerspace puts creative technologies within fingertips of the students, including computers for design, 3D printers, sewing
Anyone in the SNHU community who has experienced an issue with the on-campus facilities may be familiar with work orders. Yet, many students may not know that facilities changed the process in which work orders can be submitted during the month of January. A work order is a work ticket someone submits to facilities when there is a problem that needs to be fixed.
On February 29, 2019, a shot was heard from around the world. It was one of the greatest battles of all time and would put the story of David and Goliath to shame: the ultimate cook-off challenge between Matthew “Ruby” Rubenstein and the legendary chef, Gordon Ramsey. This titanic battle took place in Flavortown, USA. The challenge started when Ruby went viral on YouTube
The Deborah L. Coffin Women's Center is focused on empowering the women in its community while educating SNHU students on different issues related to gender. The center will be fulfilling this mission with its performance of The Vagina Monologues. The play, which was originally written and performed by off-Broadway actress, Eve Ensler, in 1996, will be shown on Thursday, February 28, at 8 p.m.
Welcome to Ruby Review, where I go in and review stuff here on our great campus. This review is based on the school's famous chicken bowls that are served every Monday night. I haven’t had one of these infamous bowls in a long time, so I traveled to the Dining Hall and purchased one. For my review, I got all the fixings and toppings
College can be a difficult time for some students. The transition causes anxiety and stress, leaving students with an unbearable feeling of discomfort. Oftentimes, it can be difficult for a student to share what’s on their mind, as there may not always be someone around to share it with. Tyrron Pierce (‘21) had a friend in a similar situation who just wanted to share