Letters from the Editors

Lack of Course Offerings Affecting Student Programs

The typical program evaluation for a student at SNHU is quite robust and makes the college experience worthwhile. However, given the complexity of each individual program, students need to take certain classes to fulfill their course requirements to ensure they graduate on time. When navigating the course catalog, students will find all of the classes required, but some are only offered in certain semesters,
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The SNHU Community Needs More Than Two-Week Winter “Break”

Winter break at SNHU holds different meanings for each community member. It's a time to go home to family and friends for the holidays, a transition period between semesters, or a time to recuperate after a long semester. In the past, winter break lasted up to three weeks. However, that changed for the '21-'22 school year when winter break was shortened to two weeks.
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Taking Care of Mental Health and Knowing When to Take a Break

The SNHU community is now settled into the school year and the Fall '22 semester is proceeding quickly. The first half of the term has offered various events, such as CAPE's Big Money Bingo and the Involvement Fair. Other functions, such as the Munchiez food truck, have also returned to the livened campus. However, that doesn't mean there aren't any struggles on campus. The
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SETA Annex Shuttle Is A SNHUdent’s Worst Nightmare

With the beginning of the new school year, many students are eager to be back in the classroom. One selling point that SNHU has over other universities is how most classes are within close proximity of each other. Many college students map out their schedules to maximize the amount of sleep that they get in a given night; this usually means waking up five
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The Time to Make Campus Feel Like Home is Now

People often grow up aspiring to attend their dream college; the place where they belong. Between watching movies and reading books, people envision themselves in place of the characters living the ‘perfect’ college experience. However, expectations were marred over the past few years. Despite the setbacks, the SNHU community overcame every obstacle and now has a chance for a fresh start. As incoming and
Arts & Entertainment Features

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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Letter From the Editors: Find What Inspires You and Get To Work

Welcome back, everybody! Whether you’re in your last year or your first year, or somewhere in the middle, let us just say that we’re happy that you ended up here, reading this. Every first issue of the year is special to us, because, well, it’s the first issue. But this issue is a little more special to us than usual. This is the earliest
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SNHU Athletics Holds Fundraiser to Support Long-Time Partner Team IMPACT

The Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) Athletics Department has had a proud partnership with Team IMPACT since 2012. Team Impact is a national nonprofit organization that connects children suffering from life-threatening illnesses with college athletic teams. The Student Athletic Advisory Committee (SAAC) at SNHU hosted a fundraiser on Saturday, February 12 during the men’s and women’s basketball doubleheader against Merrimack to raise money for

Basketball Player Victoria Dean Learns Invaluable Skills Through ROTC

Victoria Dean ('20) is not a typical student athlete. She is also a cadet in the SNHU On-Campus ROTC program. The ROTC, otherwise known as the Reserves Officers’ Training Corps, is a college military program that presents enrolled students with military-focused classes and field training to properly prepare them for an army officer position after graduation. Army ROTC students, or “cadets,” learn invaluable character-building
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Former UNH Student Conquers Death and Embraces SNHU Community

Everybody has their own story. We pass by people every day who have countless experiences that contribute to the person they are today. Sydney Tassinari (’21) is no different. Tassinari's story begins when she attended the University of New Hampshire (UNH) at the Durham campus in fall 2017 for her freshman year of college. She immediately fell into a group of friends, enjoyed classes