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Major Takeaways from SGA Senate Meeting

The Southern New Hampshire University’s Student Government Association (SGA) held its bi-weekly meeting February 19. They discussed many recent developments and concerns, focusing on the changes surrounding SGA itself. The most noticeable change that occurred was no-longer voting for an Executive Officer (EO) internal. The position is now determined by an external vote by the student body. Current EO Ryan Evaul ('19) stated the
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SNHU to Host Second-Annual Student Film Showcase

The second annual Student Film Showcase will take place Saturday, April 20 in Walker Auditorium, and submissions for the showcase are being accepted until March 8. The Student Film Showcase is an hour’s worth of multiple short films submitted by SNHU’s own student filmmakers. The amount of submissions chosen will ultimately be determined by how many can fit within the hour time slot. Assistant Professor
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Women’s Center Celebrates International Women’s Day

Every year on March 8, the world celebrates International Women’s Day. The day is a global holiday to recognize women’s economic, political, social and cultural achievements. It is a call to action in gender equality and was a major achievement in women’s rights when the day was created in 1909. This year, the Deborah L. Coffin Women’s Center is hosting its fourth International Women’s
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Former UNH Student Conquers Death and Embraces SNHU Community

Everybody has their own story. We pass by people every day who have countless experiences that contribute to the person they are today. Sydney Tassinari (’21) is no different. Tassinari's story begins when she attended the University of New Hampshire (UNH) at the Durham campus in fall 2017 for her freshman year of college. She immediately fell into a group of friends, enjoyed classes
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Penmen Pride Emails Bombard Student Inboxes

At 5:40 p.m. this evening, SNHU students’ Outlook inboxes were bombarded with emails from the Student Government Association (SGA). The email was an update regarding Penmen Pride, the system where students can earn points for attending on-campus events and exchange them for prizes at the end of the semester. In the email, students could find an update to their point total. They also received
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Gaming Club Climbing the Ranks

With increased member retention and a victory in winning Club of the Month for January by the Office of Student Involvement, Gaming Club has drastically improved throughout the 2018-2019 school year. President Nick Walko (’19) and Vice President Noah Cass (’19) claim they have made great strides towards making a more inclusive environment for their members and making sure everyone’s voice is heard. To
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Women’s Center to Host Second-Annual Vagina Monologues

The Deborah L. Coffin Women's Center is focused on empowering the women in its community while educating SNHU students on different issues related to gender. The center will be fulfilling this mission with its performance of The Vagina Monologues. The play, which was originally written and performed by off-Broadway actress, Eve Ensler, in 1996, will be shown on Thursday, February 28, at 8 p.m.
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One Love Foundation and SNHU to Raise Domestic Abuse Awareness

If students are unsure if they or someone they know is in a healthy relationship, the One Love Foundation can help. The One Love Foundation teaches people, mainly college students, the difference between healthy and unhealthy relationships and educates them on how to cope with unhealthy ones. One Love was created in 2010 after University of Virginia student Yeardley Love was beaten to death
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Nominate a Professor for the Excellence in Teaching Award

Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) believes it is important to recognize its staff and faculty members for their hard work, dedication and impact on student success. Therefore, the university is offering its students the chance to recognize its faculty with The Excellence of Teaching Award. This award is one of the most prestigious awards given to faculty or staff members. Every year, The Excellence