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“We Can Be the Change”: The Cupboard Sees Operation Updates

The Cupboard, located in the Student Center between Copies Plus and The Last Chapter Pub, has been undergoing operation changes due to a shortage of high-demand supplies. According to the information page on alumni.snhu.edu, "The Cupboard provides a reliable source of food and basic personal necessities for any SNHU student, staff, or faculty member who is in need, ensuring that everyone in our community
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SNHU’s Adriana Timberlake Scores Her 1000th point

Adriana Timberlake ('23) scored her 1,000th point for the SNHU women's basketball team in an 81-43 victory over The College of Saint Rose on February 11th at the Stan Spirou Field House. Timberlake acknowledges that this accomplishment has been a long time coming, even stating that she has played basketball since she was four years old. "I have been around basketball my whole life,"
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Intramural Sports: Always an Option

Students at SNHU are welcome to participate in intramural sports year round. In both the Fall and Spring Semesters, SNHU Campus Recreation organizes a variety of intramural sports for all students. These sports are held at Larkin Field, the Stan Spirou Field House, and other recreational facilities on campus. Campus Recreation offers sports including, but not limited to, cornhole, dodgeball, flag football, softball, futsal,
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Office Spotlight: Office of Diversity Programs

The Office of Diversity Programs (ODP) is a home away from home for students of all identities. The main goals of the office are support, education, and celebration. Kayla Page, Senior Director of Inclusive Learner Engagement, discussed the basis of the office. "There's a lot of things that are essential in ODP. We spend a lot of time thinking about ways in which race,
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SNHU Announces Change in Dining Vendor

SNHU is set to change its dining vendor to American Dining Creations (ADC) after fourteen years with Sodexo. Dean of Students, Dr. Meagan LaMarca, sent an email to the SNHU community on February 2 informing the student body of the decision. The email gives a rundown of the new organization and why the change was made. "This new partnership is the result of a
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SGA Hosts Town Hall Meeting On Academic Changes

The Student Government Association (SGA) held a town hall meeting in the Upper Dining Hall on February 7. Attendees were able to ask questions and share their opinions on the recent announcement regarding academic changes. Prior to the meeting, SGA Vice President of Budget and Finance Paige McNamara ('24) discussed why it was being held. "After that email was circulated and faculty had a
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SNHU Announces Several Proposed Program Changes

Executive Vice President of Campus Administration Don Brezinski announced that the SNHU administration is proposing changes to several campus programs. Faculty members received this information via email on January 10. The email mentioned that there has been an ongoing program analysis involving reviews from faculty, department chairs, and deans. Brezinski also stated that the usage of university resources and student success is paramount. "First
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Jiu Jitsu Club Introduced

Prior to this academic year, SNHUdents had to look off campus for any sort of Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) practices. Michael Cubillas ('23) saw this as an opportunity and worked with the Office of Student Involvement to create the SNHU Jiu-Jitsu club. The club allows students to meet new people and get some exercise while learning self-defense skills. "I started the SNHU Jiu-Jitsu club
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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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SNHU Penmen’s Fall 2022 Season Recap

The fall semester is coming to a close and with it the fall sports season. Golf, women’s soccer, and field hockey are among the sports that have recently wrapped up their season. Men's golf freshman and winner of multiple NE10 Rookie of the Week awards, Sean Dully ('26), spoke on how his season went. “Overall, the fall season was strong. We finished second in