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SNHU Prepares to “Rock the Night Away”

RadioSNHU will be hosting the "Rock the Night Away" event at the Last Chapter Pub on December 4. This year's occasion will be bringing in students from the Berklee College of Music in Boston. "Rock the Night Away is a night for students to come and enjoy some great live music in the Pub," said Zachary Davidson, President of RadioSNHU ('22). "This will be
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Time to “Begin Again” With the Release of Taylor’s Version Albums

Singer-songwriter Taylor Swift is set to release her album, “Red (Taylor’s Version),” on November 12. It will include all of the songs from her “Red” album (2012) along with an extended 10-minute song and unheard selections from the vault. Tracks from the vault will feature Chris Stapleton, Phoebe Bridgers, Mark Foster, and Ed Sheeran. "I can't wait til we can dust off our highest
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McIninch Gallery Features Artist Nicole Eisenman

Robert Frost's McIninch Art Gallery is featuring prints by artist Nicole Eisenman until December 21. There are 17 prints displayed, including "Tea Party," "12 Heads," and "Fleet Week." They can be seen in-person or virtually. Viewers of the virtual exhibition will be able to use the guided tour feature provided. The gallery description of Eisenman's prints says, "Eisenman evokes wit and sentiment to the
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Baby Keem Takes Rap Scene by Storm With Powerful Debut

Los Angeles-based rapper Baby Keem made it clear that he deserves to be in the conversation for best rapper of the year since the release of his debut studio album, "The Melodic Blue." Baby Keem isn’t brand new to the music scene. His 2019 song, “ORANGE SODA,” brought his first taste of virality and has more than 2 million plays on Spotify. Mostly known
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Writer Matthew Miller To Visit SNHU Campus for Readings

Award-winning author and poet Matthew Miller is visiting SNHU in the Walker Auditorium on October 19 at 5 pm. Staff and students who attend will be able to hear select poetry and excerpts from his newest book, "Tender the River," released earlier this year. Miller was born and raised in Lowell, MA, and has been writing for decades. He earned his BA and played
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How to SNHU: The Last Chapter Pub

As SNHU prepares to reopen for the fall semester, students are eager to reunite with their peers and get involved after a year of remote learning. Part of the college scene is having a place to hang out. The Last Chapter Pub (The Pub) located in the Student Center is one of the hotspots on campus. Events featured include and but are not limited to
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SNHU Community Reacts To WandaVision Conclusion

Earlier in the semester, the Penmen Press interviewed SNHU students and alumni about their general reactions to “WandaVision,” a Marvel television series on Disney+, and their theories for how the show would end. With the completion of the series, the Penmen Press surveyed and interviewed several SNHU students again to determine if their theories came true and how satisfied they were with the series
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Upcoming LEGO Star Wars Game Meets Mixed Reactions

After many months of delay, the developers at Traveller’s Tales, Lucasfilm and TT Games have announced the release of the next installment in the LEGO Star Wars game series: The Skywalker Saga. According to starwars.com, the official site for Star Wars games and movies, this game will feature all nine films from the Star Wars saga as playable levels with the same amount of
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SNHU Community Reacts To WandaVision

The whole world seems to be talking about WandaVision, and the SNHU community is no exception. When the first trailer was released, it was clear WandaVision would not be an ordinary Marvel project. With Wanda’s reality-warping abilities and a lack of clarity regarding the plot, anything was possible. Disney+ released the first two episodes of Marvel’s new series on January 15. Since then, the
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Crewmate or Imposter: Online Game Gains Traction Amongst SNHU Students

The online game, Among Us, created by the American game studio InnerSloth and released in 2018, is sweeping its way across SNHU. Growing in popularity during remote learning, students are now playing the online game to connect with their fellow peers and step away from their demanding schedules.  The trending game is all students can talk about. Whether it is at a club meeting or