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SNHU Welcomes Chess Club

SNHU has officially recognized the Chess Club this year as a new club. The club meets every Wednesday inside the Shapiro Library cafe from 11am to 3pm. These meetings teach students how to play chess across all different skill levels. Even the Dean of Arts and Science and other faculty have been known to join. Once a month, an all-member meeting will take place
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How To Esports: Your Guide for Esports at SNHU

The Esports program at SNHU was founded in 2019. At first, there were just a few players and two coaches in a room in Stark Hall; now the Esports Program has grown to have over 70 students with its own dedicated space in the Green Center. Esports has a few different areas to get involved in. First is the free play hours, which occur
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Spotlight: The Arboretum

SNHU's nationally accredited arboretum goes unnoticed by a large portion of the campus population. The arboretum is located across from the Gustafson Center on the south side of campus. The 25 acres of campus have been protected, studied, and loved by science professors and students and the sustainability team. It is also the only accredited arboretum in New Hampshire.  “The arboretum provides hands-on, experiential
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Club Spotlight: Student Government Association

Student Government Association (SGA) is one of SNHU's most prominent clubs on campus. SGA President, Paige McNamara ('24), revealed how SGA plans to serve the SNHU community this year. McNamara has a background working with the Office of Residence Life as a Resident Assistant. This gave her insight into some of SNHU's problems and spurred her to want to make positive changes at SNHU.
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Office Spotlight: LEAI

Have you heard of the Learning Engagement and Academic Innovation (LEAI) department? LEAI is an office on campus that helps students and faculty. SNHU is filled with exciting learning opportunities all over campus. The Learner Engagement Team hires students to be partners alongside faculty and staff to continuously improve campus. They help create and define experiential learning opportunities for students to enhance the classroom
SNHU Style Club
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Club Spotlight: Style Club

Style Club at SNHU is a place to showcase your personal style and bring people together through fashion. President of Style Club, Cloverlyn Willis ('24), strives to bring the SNHU community together through fashion, creating a safe space for everyone to show their personal style and explore new ones. Willis wants people to know everyone is welcome to join. For those worried about joining
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Harry Umen Creates New Mural In Manchester

In the heart of a working city, a new 1,000 square foot mural has been painted in Arms Park in Manchester, NH to honor and celebrate the Queen City’s history. For decades during the mid-19th century, Amoskeag was the largest textile manufacturer in the world, producing over 50 miles of woven cloth per hour.  Created by SNHU communication and design professor, Harry Umen, in
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Student Spotlight: Amanda Goyette

Amanda Goyette (‘24) has been a member of Radio SNHU for two years and has her own radio show on campus. Goyette is a Communication major and hopes to become an on-air personality after she graduates. She worked at Binnie Media over the summer as an intern, where she was able to gain more experience in the field. “I do a Disney-themed show every
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Makerspace Highlight

The Makerspace is a spot on campus dedicated to all aspects of creativity. It can be found on the first floor of the Edward S. Wolak Library Learning Commons. A variety of tools are available for students to utilize, including a 3D printer, laser engraver, and equipment that students can use to create their own podcasts. The space is open for all students, staff,