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Dealing With Burnout

With the transition to campus, staff and students have been experiencing burnout over the course of the semester as schedules and workloads have grown. “I feel like there’s definitely times where I’m stressed out,” said Olukpe Viakinnou ('25). “I have a lot of work I need to get done and have, like, a lot of extracurricular activities that I have to manage as well.”
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Natalie Kallmunzerova Rallies for NE-10 Player of the Year Award

SNHU graduate student and tennis standout Natalie Kallmunzerova ('22) earned her third NE-10 Player of the Week honor of the season. This was following the week of Oct 10 before being named NE-10 Player of the Year on Oct 21. Coming from Prague, Czech Republic, Kallmunzerova and other international teammates are diversifying SNHU’s tennis roster. Now, she stands atop her competitors with a 16-0
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Women’s Volleyball Digs Deeper

The last time the women’s volleyball team hit the floor was November 17, 2019, which ended their season; their record was 14-13. This was before the NE10 canceled the 2020 season due to the pandemic when the team was hoping to improve. This season, the team looks to rise both as players and people.  “My approach this season is totally different than in years
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COVID-19 Protocols for Fall Athletes

As SNHU's fall athletes return to play for the first time since 2019, COVID regulations have been set in place for them to compete.  According to Tom Wilkins, SNHU Associate Director of Athletics, SNHU Athletics follows all guidelines set by the NCAA and the NE-10 conference. Some guidelines can be found on both the NCAA (ncaa.org/sport-science-institute/covid-19-coronavirus) and NE10 (northeast10.org/2021_COVID_Protocols) sites and have been updated
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SNHU Women’s Soccer Kicks Off Ten-Game Win Streak to Start Season

With a commanding start to the year, SNHU's women’s soccer team erupts for their tenth straight win on October 9 to begin the season.  After a year of patience and uncertainty, the women’s soccer team began their hot streak. The team continues to climb the national Division II rankings, making their way to seventh, according to the United Soccer Coaches poll.  Starting 5-0 for
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Letter From The Editors: Finally: Welcome Back

Welcome. Back.  While the past 18 months have been difficult for everyone, our patience has gotten us back to a place where we can all be together. No matter what this time has looked like for you, the sacrifices that have been made come in all shapes and sizes. With that being said, as the leaders of the Penmen Press, we want to say
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Spring Athletes Return to Campus 

SNHU spring athletes will return to campus on March 1. With the NE10’s recent announcement that spring sports will be returning for the 2021 season, many students questioned whether SNHU Spring Sports would be resuming play since the decision to return is ultimately up to the individual school’s discretion. With this great unknown, the new information acquired from athletes has provided new clarity in
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Why Students Should Apply for Scholarships and Learn About SNHU Billing

Even though the spring semester just began, it’s time for students to start thinking about paying next semester’s tuition. That can be a very scary thought, but it doesn't have to be. There are many ways to reduce each semester's bill. It's important to understand how student loans work. Applying for scholarships and learning about smart student loan practices can make the process much
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Former SNHU Professor Charged with Possession of Child Sexual Abuse Images and Prostitution

Former SNHU Professor Joshua Harwood, 36, was arrested Thursday, February 4, on two counts of manufacture child sexual abuse images, prostitution involving a child under 18, and possession of child sexual abuse images. Harwood was employed at Concord High School at the time of his arrest, but was on administrative leave pending an investigation by the Concord police department. The investigation began on December