Sometimes a cause is worth braving the cold. Despite the cold and windy day, Jay Jenkins and Jess Pantano (‘20) could be found this past week in the Green Space with a chalkboard and a table full of cupcakes and cookies. Written on the chalkboard was the question, “How do you help others?” Jenkins and Pantano were representing the Center for Community Engaged Learning
Stop making excuses. You need to vote. On November 6, the country will be lining up at the voting booth to make their voices heard in the midterm elections. These elections may not be as glamorous as the presidential elections, and as a result they’re a little harder too. Harder because it’s more work to learn about the candidates. We get it. There are
Friday nights are usually busy nights on campus with students making their way to their respective weekend plans. On Friday, October 19, the SNHU community came together to enjoy this year’s major concert put on by CAPE featuring Cheat Codes with SNHU alumna DJ Halestorm as the opener. The Fieldhouse in the Athletic Complex was bustling with energy as attendees danced to the hype
My summers were spent here at the Pavilion as if it were my backyard. I see the crowd lined up at the door, decorated in Paramore and Foster the People t-shirts, just like my own. The faces from my middle school and high school are joining me in this homecoming. Now I’m here with my university, and it feels like bringing home your college
The SNHU Athletic department hosted Penmen Kickoff at Penmen Stadium, September 8. The event displayed action from field hockey, men’s soccer and women’s soccer and tours of the stadium and free food and giveaways. The event recognized the new stadium, which officially opened in February. The campus community gathered at the stadium Saturday afternoon for a day filled with Penmen Pride. Fans received tours
Penmen Cash is unique part of the SNHU experience. It is occasionally hard to operate, but also incredibly useful. In short, Penmen Cash is used to let SNHU students do their laundry, pay for food if they are a commuter and also pay for items at a few local stores. All three of these are important parts of college students' daily life. It can
Welcome Back all! As September returns, we’re happy to see the campus filling up once again, and as always, we like to be the first to welcome students, staff and faculty alike. We know the summer has passed far too quickly, but we hope you’re ready for the semester. At the Penmen Press, it hasn’t felt like much of a break. You may notice
As students begin to prepare for the upcoming school year, Kyle Viator is getting ready for his new position at SNHU. Viator, the Assistant Dean of the School of Business and Director of the Three-Year Program, has proudly worked in his department for several years and is ready for a new chapter in his life. On June 25th, he will be transferring to CETA
Before the Southern New Hampshire University graduating Class of 2018 walked the aisle to receive their diplomas we asked them, "What's the most valuable thing you learned in college?"
It’s time to turn the page on another year of The Penmen Press. In recent years, we’ve been part of immeasurable growth, this year has been no different, and in this time of transition the two of us are equal parts humbled and excited to lead this amazing group. The dynamic duo of Megan Palmer and Rebecca LeBoeuf are a hard act to follow.