Features

Survey and Interviews Challenge Sexual Assault Statistics

Sexual assault cases are making headlines across the U.S. in many industries and environments, and college campuses are no exception. “11.2 percent of all students experience rape or sexual assault through physical force, violence or incapacitation (among all graduate and undergraduate students),” according to the Report on the Association of American Universities Campus Climate Survey on Sexual Assault and Sexual Misconduct. This would equivalate
Letters from the Editors

Thank You, Student Leaders

On behalf of the Penmen Press, it was with our great pleasure to accept the Scott W. Caswell Outstanding Student Organization Award at last night’s Leadership Awards Banquet. Our staff has worked tirelessly throughout the year -- summer, winter and spring break included -- to fulfill our mission of writing SNHU’s story. We are honored to be recognized for the work we put into
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Cannabis Club Approved by SGA and Student Involvement

This article was originally posted in the SNHU Observer (Volume XX, Issue 8) on March 26, 2014: The Office of Student Involvement at Southern New Hampshire University recently approved a student organization geared towards education about marijuana. The CannAwareness Club, started by junior Ryan Longly, aims to educate and raise awareness of the economical, environmental, medical, physical, positive and negative effects of cannabis. Through
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From Officer to Dean: The Story of Steve Johnson

Every professor and administrator at SNHU has traveled a unique path to get here. For Dean of Arts and Sciences Steve Johnson, the path was everything but ordinary. Johnson is the son of a former Army officer. Throughout his childhood, he and his family would move around whenever his father was re-stationed. He was born in Alabama and attended the majority of high school
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Josh Harwood: The “Average Joe” of SNHU

Josh Harwood is a business professor here at SNHU and is also the advisor for the Kappa Delta Phi fraternity. Harwood grew up in his hometown of Sutton, New Hampshire. He was part of the last class that was accepted to New Hampshire College before they changed their name to Southern New Hampshire University and earned his degree in Business Administration with a minor