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Swae Lee Takes on CAPE’s Major Concert

Swae Lee, the rapper, singer, and songwriter who features with artists like Post Malone, Khalid, Travis Scott, and Kane Brown, visited the SNHU Field House for the largest concert of the school year. The CAPE-sponsored event was held on April 16 during which students attended the first concert since the fall of 2019.  Students were lined up at the doors at 6pm to watch the
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Goodbye, From the Co-Editors-in-Chief

As our school year comes to an end, we want to reflect on the year that we had, not only as a school, but as a newspaper. We transitioned from 18 months at home to a completely in-person school life with athletics, events, and classes where we were all quickly trying to discover ourselves again. The transition from opening up our laptops to meet
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COVID-19 Protocols for Fall Athletes

As SNHU's fall athletes return to play for the first time since 2019, COVID regulations have been set in place for them to compete.  According to Tom Wilkins, SNHU Associate Director of Athletics, SNHU Athletics follows all guidelines set by the NCAA and the NE-10 conference. Some guidelines can be found on both the NCAA (ncaa.org/sport-science-institute/covid-19-coronavirus) and NE10 (northeast10.org/2021_COVID_Protocols) sites and have been updated
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Letter From The Editors: Finally: Welcome Back

Welcome. Back.  While the past 18 months have been difficult for everyone, our patience has gotten us back to a place where we can all be together. No matter what this time has looked like for you, the sacrifices that have been made come in all shapes and sizes. With that being said, as the leaders of the Penmen Press, we want to say
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Spring Athletes Return to Campus 

SNHU spring athletes will return to campus on March 1. With the NE10’s recent announcement that spring sports will be returning for the 2021 season, many students questioned whether SNHU Spring Sports would be resuming play since the decision to return is ultimately up to the individual school’s discretion. With this great unknown, the new information acquired from athletes has provided new clarity in

Fall Sports Canceled but Spring Sports Hopeful

The NE10 canceled fall sports for the 2020-2021 season, including championships, on Wednesday, January 13. This comes as the spring semester commences for SNHU. The Conference Council of Presidents made this decision after a recommendation from the NE10 Athletics Council, according to Penmen Athletics. In addition, SNHU will not participate in any athletic competition that reside independently from the conference. With athletes having been

Men’s Basketball Gears up for Winter Season

“One thing that’s still the same is the game," said Corry Long, SNHU Men’s Basketball’s senior guard for the 2021 season. Directly after a competitive 2019-2020 season, the SNHU men’s basketball team has been apart since March when COVID-19 hit the United States. The NE10 decided to suspend winter sports until December 30, pending the team’s return. If approved for January, the Penmen are

NE10 Suspends Fall Sports for the 2020 Season: What Happens Now?

The Northeast-10 (NE10) suspended conference-sponsored competition for this upcoming fall semester leaving its contender, SNHU, expunged from fall sports. Furthermore, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division II canceled its 2020 fall championships, likewise leaving SNHU’s fall teams with no trophies to compete for in 2020. Under normal circumstances, the majority of fall athletes would return to school in August to give them time
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Montague’s Career is a Slam Dunk for Men’s Basketball

“You always have to work hard- nothing is ever given to you. It’s always earned. You have to put in the time if you want to be successful, and work hard every single day,” said Shawn Montague ('20). For starting forward and co-captain Montague, this advice is something to live by every day that not only pertains to basketball, but to life. Hailing from
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Magdalena Hubickova: Coming Out Swinging

Magdalena Hubickova ('23), who hails from Prague, the Czech Republic, is taking the SNHU women's tennis team by storm. In the September 17 season opener against Saint Anselm College, Hubickova went 6-0, 6-0 during her singles match against Kaitlin Hughes, earning her a No. 1 standpoint. During her doubles match, Hubickova went 6-3 alongside teammate Alexxa Etienne ('22). The team finished with a final