Eat Seasonal Produce to Avoid Overpaying for Soggy Fruit

The benefits of eating large quantities of fruits and vegetables have become well-known. However, certain types of produce are best consumed at certain times of the year. This is why the idea of eating seasonally has become so popular. Eating soggy dark purple strawberries and light green broccoli is never anyone’s first choice. So, when eating seasonally, meals are centered around freshly harvested, in-season

The Bookery is More Than a Bookstore

A hidden gem lies at 844 Elm Street in Manchester. Surrounded by restaurants and cafes, it can be easy to overlook the small store with a stylized sign that reads Bookery Manchester. Yet, once inside, the Bookery immediately feels like home, with the smell of tea and coffee in the air and the sight of hundreds of books just waiting to be pulled from

How Students Can Combat The Pacific Trash Vortex

It’s hard to conceptualize just how much plastic pollution humans have generated and thrown away. To answer simply, it’s a lot. Marine pollution, especially plastic, has been dumped and thrown away into the earth’s oceans for decades. Unfortunately, the problem is only getting worse. Garbage has accumulated into what is called the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, otherwise known as the Pacific Trash Vortex. The

Amphora; A Greek Restaurant with Gusto

The bright, vivid flavors of the authentic Greek cuisine have the ability to transport us to the beautiful island destination of Santorini or the ancient historical gem of Athens. Greek-American restaurants serving up obligatory plates of Greek salad and baklava are common throughout the region, but genuine Greek eateries offering a full range of classics are much less prolific. Despite its compact size and

Spring into Interview Season: A Quick Guide to Interview Dress Code

Spring is here, and job and internship interviews are quickly approaching. Whether it's a summer job in retail or an internship at your dream company, one of the most important steps in the process is the interview. When meeting a potential employer, it’s essential to leave a positive impression, and the first step in accomplishing that is dressing to impress. The combination of dressing

Damon Dubose Jr. Inspires and Innovates with Fashion Line

A simple Google search for “PBGZ” brings up a plethora of results, including Instagram handles, Twitter hashtags and goofy derogative videos. Yet, leading the slew of results is a fresh, progressive fashion line owned by a SNHU student. Damon Dubose Jr. is a 19-year-old freshman from Dorchester, Massachusetts. He established PBGZ Clothing in 2017 when he was just a high school student to delve

Pay Off Student Debt Now

Student debt is becoming an increasingly large issue with 44.2 million Americans with student loan debt, as reported by the Federal Reserve, the central bank of the United States. Of that 44.2 million, the average monthly student loan payment is around $351. In addition to student debt, students often have various other debts, including credit card payments and car payments. Other common monthly financial
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The Significance of Climate Change

This column is contributed by SNHU's Environmental Club. “How could global warming be real if the weather has been so blah blah blah?” This is a question many environmental scientists are asked on a regular basis. Indeed, global warming is related to climate change, but climate change is much more than that. To explain, it is important to make the distinction between weather and