The year began with four separate construction projects underway on the SNHU campus. The Green Center and the Gustafson Center opened earlier this year, while the new residence hall, athletic complex and stadium are still under construction and are scheduled to be open for the start of the fall semester. Director of Residence Life, Shannon Brown, is excited about the current projects on campus
The Last Chapter Pub hosted to a large group of SNHU students who came together to watch Donald Trump take the oath of office and be sworn in as the forty-fifth President of the United States on Friday, January 20. Students filed in and enjoyed the breakfast treats and beverages that were supplied. Josh Walker, a junior, was at the event because he wanted
Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) President Paul LeBlanc tweeted on Monday, Oct. 10, that the campus would be hosting a “very, very special VIP visitor” later that week. Students and faculty quickly began pegging @snhuprez with their guesses, which ranged from David Ortiz to Missy Elliot. The next morning, news dropped that the First Lady of the United States would be coming to N.H.
National Voter Registration Day was Wednesday, Sept. 27, and Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) and the Center for Community Engaged Learning (CCEL) want to pass some important information along to potential voters, in case anyone could not make the event. Director of the Center for Community Engaged Learning, Elizabeth Richards, took some time out of her day and the department’s busy transition into new
In addition to the Gustafson Center, new Athletic Complex, and Green Center, a yet-to-be named residence hall rounds out the list of construction happening throughout the Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) campus. The four-floor, 300 bed, upper-class style, four person apartments are set to be completed this July, which means residents will be able to move in for the Fall of 2017. Each apartment