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Debt Relief, Grants And Free Community College

The Biden Administration has settled into the Capitol and college students, prospective students and alumni across the country wait for the roll-out of President Joe Biden’s higher education plan. President Biden was sworn into office on January 20. He previously laid out his plan for higher education on his campaign website and has been vocal about his aspirations to improve the American education system.
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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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How Being Social and Active Cultivates Academic Success

As the online spring semester starts, students encounter higher levels of anxiety around balancing their hectic lifestyles throughout the pandemic. Many students work throughout the week, have familial duties, and balance social lives in addition to their academic responsibilities. While it is important to perform well in classes, there are more strategies that can help ground students other than attending class and taking notes.
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Ways to Practice Self-Care During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Self-care is important for our mental, emotional and physical health. When self-care is practiced, we feel better, more energized, less stressed and overall happier. However, the COVID-19 pandemic and distancing regulations seem to have taken a toll on our overall well-being. The practice of self-care has never seemed more necessary than now. There are many different ways you can overcome the negative effects the
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Helpful Resources for the Online Semester

The fall semester is approaching, and the online platform can cause anxiety for students and professors. Although the semester is remote, Southern New Hampshire University has a variety of resources for students to access from home. Mobile Apps and Notifications The Pulse App allows students to view their courses and grades on their mobile device and receive notifications when new content is posted. It
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Reflections on Joe Biden’s Conversation with a Candidate

Joe Biden is a man of details. During his Conversation with the Candidate interview with WMUR, he made that very clear; details are his selling point. Conversation with the Candidate is an important interview conducted by WMUR. All of the current Democrats running for president have been to the local Manchester station and taken part in these town hall formatted conversations. Former Vice President
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Mono No Aware Opens in McIninch Gallery

The McIninch Art Gallery, located in Robert Frost Hall, regularly offers new art exhibitions in its space, but it shines when the SNHU community takes advantage of it. Communications Professor Dave Humphreys opted to use the space for his first ever photography gallery that can be viewed from now until October 26. At the opening reception on September 19, students and faculty gathered at
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On-Call Counseling Makes Wellness Center Accessible 24/7

The Wellness Center serves not only to promote a healthy lifestyle, but to also serve the SNHU community during times of crisis. The folks at the heart of the wellness center have introduced a new program that can assist students even when the offices themselves are closed. This service lies in its new On-Call Counseling service. As stated by Felix Pizzi, Director of the
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Get Your Students in the ‘Real World’: A Student’s Take on Inbound 2019

Theory. Theory. Theory. Experience. Experience. Experience. Chances are your professors at SNHU, like mine, preach one or the other. It’s a tale as old as time in academia. Across the nation, educators clash over whether theory or industry experience is the end-all-be-all in instruction. Either can be difficult for a student to see themselves in. We don’t know what we don’t know. In particular,