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Spring Semester Senior Events

Here are some upcoming events for seniors to celebrate the last few months of their educational journey.  On March 23, there is a senior-only trip to Boston, Massachusetts to go to Encore casino from 5:00 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. This includes $20 slot play for those 21+. The tickets will be available February 1 on SNHUTickets. Following that event, on April 9, there will
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Faculty Spotlight – Dr. Michael Frost

Dr. Michael Frost is an adjunct professor for the Justice Studies and Psychology classes at Southern New Hampshire University. He has been working at SNHU for the last five years while also juggling other part-time jobs such as; consulting work for the Air Force and the Army National Guard, a sheriff for Western Massachusetts, and teaching online classes in the summer.  Last year, Dr.
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ADC Starts Fresh

After a rather disappointing start to their tenure at SNHU, American Dining Creations (ADC) and the university re-established expectations to make the partnership more successful going forward. The change is spearheaded by a change in command with Joe Sciancalepore taking over as general manager. After a 15-year partnership with Sodexo, it is understandable that there are going to be some growing pains with whoever
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Pink Day at SNHU

Pink Day at SNHU is happening on Saturday, February 3 at 1:30 pm against New Haven. The lobby fair opens at 12:30 pm, where prizes, giveaways, raffles, t-shirt sales, and kids' face painting are all available. The first Pink Day was held in 2006 and was founded by head women's basketball coach, Karen Pinkos. They give donations to CMC Breast Care Center and Kay
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Paul LeBlanc’s Trip to Africa

SNHU President, Paul LeBlanc, along with a team of three employees, visited Africa from October 24 to November 1. During his visit, LeBlanc visited refugee learners and spoke at two commencement ceremonies in Kenya and Rwanda through SNHU's Global Education Movement (GEM). The GEM initiative aims to educate and empower their learners. GEM is the first large-scale online learning initiative for refugees, partnering with
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Club Spotlight: Professional Sales Association

The Professional Sales Association (PSA) is a club that works on business development skills. President Evan Young (‘23), and Secretary Isobella Gill (‘23), spoke about their club and what makes them stand out.   “We work with schools across the country and internationally,” said Gill. “We focus on professional skills and setting members up for success in the workforce.”  The PSA has a 100%
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President LeBlanc Stepping Down; Lisa Marsh Ryerson Taking Over

In a release sent out this morning, SNHU President, Paul LeBlanc, announced that he will be stepping down from his roles as university president and CEO. The SNHU Board of Trustees unanimously appointed Lisa Marsh Ryerson, the current university provost, to succeed LeBlanc effective July 1, 2024. LeBlanc has been in charge for 20 years. He has overseen the growth of the university from
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Club Spotlight: Mens Club Volleyball

SNHU men's club volleyball is gearing up for the start of their season at the beginning of the Spring semester. The club has been running for four years. Marshall Littlefield, the club president, spoke about the club. "Typical practice times are 8-10pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays, although that changes depending on gym availability," said Littlefield. "Sometimes we also have optional weekend practices on the
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New England Aquarium Trip

Students departed from the Student Center at 10:45am on November 18 for Boston, Massachusetts. In an event hosted by the Outing Club, students traveled to the New England Aquarium. Founded in 1969, the aquarium is a well-known attraction that is home to a large variety of marine life. The group eagerly arrived around noon to spend a few hours exploring the aquarium and meeting