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Self Care Tips to Avoid End of Year Burnout

The end of a school year can be filled with a lot of stress and anxiety about finishing everything on time. As the academic year draws to a close, it’s easy to find yourself overwhelmed with final projects, papers, and exams. Amidst it all, it’s important to prioritize self-care to maintain both mental and physical well-being. Here are some effective tips to help navigate
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Historic Solar Eclipse Comes To Be Seen In New Hampshire

On Monday, April 8, New Hampshire will see its first total solar eclipse event in 65 years. The last total solar eclipse seen in New Hampshire was in 1959. Although New Hampshire hasn’t been in the path of totality since, eclipse events happen about once every 18 months globally. These events are not always visible because they pass over different hemispheres or other parts
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SNHU’s Education Program Accredited

The School of Arts, Sciences and Education at Southern New Hampshire University was granted accreditation at the initial licensure level by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation Washington, DC. The following programs are included in the accreditation cycle in a document titled “EPP Approved Programs” by SNHU. The accreditation process took more than 18 months to complete and it was accomplished through
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Spring 2024 Commencement

The Southern New Hampshire University Spring 2024 in-person commencement ceremony is on May 4 at 9:30 a.m. at the SNHU Arena Located at 555 Elm St., Manchester, NH. The spring virtual ceremony is on May 25. Each graduate at the ceremony will receive up to 10 tickets for friends and family to attend. To secure these tickets there is an email to register for
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How Getting Involved On Campus Can Change Everything

Students can get involved on campus in many ways. Clubs, organizations, and events are all open for students to join and attend. Events happen on campus all the time; students can find what interests them and go to the event. There is something for everyone out there. Flyers hang around campus on bulletin boards with information about different clubs and events that are happening
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Player Spotlight: Harry Vargas Segura

The men's baseball season started on February 2. The team has played 19 games so far this season, with a positive record of 13 and 8. The team has a number of newcomers to the team, losing a large portion of players from last season. Last season, the team made it two games before the championship. Harry Vargas Segura (‘24 ) is a player
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Men’s Basketball Advances To Elite Eight

For the first time since the 2014-2015 season, SNHU Men's Basketball has advanced beyond the regional round and is headed to Evansville, Indiana for a chance at the 2024 Division II Men's Basketball National Championship trophy. Despite being the #5 seed in the NE10, the Penmen cruised through the NE10 tournament, eventually defeating the #6 seed Southern Connecticut State University, 75-60, on March 9.
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Windsor Flooded Again… What Happened?

Windsor experienced another flood as a result of sprinklers on Tuesday, March 12. This, in turn, caused the fire alarm to activate, forcing residents to evacuate. Hooksett Fire Department responded to the incident initially, and residents couldn't return to the building for about two hours. There were also unconfirmed reports of a small electrical fire during the incident. In an email sent to students
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Apply For Named And Endowed Scholarships

Applications for the SNHU Named and Endowed Scholarships are live and will be available until Friday, March 22. Earned scholarships are applicable for the 2024-2025 school year and don't need to be repaid, unlike student loans. Each scholarship has different qualifications based on the student's backgrounds. There is an essay component involved, according to the SNHU website, "An essay is required for each scholarship.