Inkwell Interactive Studio Virtual Reality Projects in the Making

By using a 360-degree camera in the Inkwell Interactive Studio, students recently built a Virtual Reality (VR) campus tour that is displayed on an Oculus Go, a standalone VR headset. Potential students visiting SNHU booths at college fairs can experience the campus from anywhere in the world. Over the past couple of years, VR has gone from a gimmick to a useful piece of

New Culinary Minors are Coming to SNHU

The culinary arts majors at SNHU are no longer running, but students looking to study culinary or baking on campus will still have the opportunity to do so. Starting in Fall 2019, three newly-formed minors will be available to all students. These three minors are Culinary Arts, Baking and Nutrition. Chef-Instructors Stefan Ryll and Karina Pasternak had been a part of the culinary program

Bailey and Boucher Among those Honored at Fourth Annual Student Employee of the Year Awards

It's another award for Chandler Center employee Ryan Bailey ('19). After receiving the 2019 Campus Compact for New Hampshire President's Award, he was recognized as SNHU's Employee of the Year at the fourth annual Student Employee Awards banquet in the SNHU Athletic Complex April 17. "Winning the Student Employee of the Year Award was a huge honor," Bailey said. "Quite honestly, I am speechless. I
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Walkinshaw Drafted to Oakland Athletics in 2019 MLB First-Year Player Draft

Graduate student Jake Walkinshaw's dreams of becoming a professional baseball player have become a reality. On June 5, he was selected by Oakland Athletics in the 36th round of the 2019 MLB First-Year Player Draft as the 1,094 overall pick. The six-foot-3, 200-pound right-handed pitcher received news of this just two days after being named the number one MLB prospect in the state of New
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Chris Moquin Signs with Australia’s Sydney Bears Hockey Team

Hooksett native and recent SNHU graduate, Chris Moquin, has always dreamed of playing professional hockey. Ever since he took his first steps on the ice at the age of three, he aspired to become one of hockey’s greatest players. Now, 20 years later, his dream is becoming a reality. He recently signed a season-long contract with the semi-professional Sydney Bears of the Australian Ice

Watch a Cultural Film at the Faculty Film Series

SNHU professors David Swain, Colin Root and Vanessa Rocco formed an idea in 2011 to showcase a collection of films to introduce the SNHU community to more culture. This showcase is known as the "Faculty Film Series." Since its inception, the Faculty Film Series covered several topics including, “Black Films Matter,” “The Documentary” and “Science Fiction.” Root stated that when he is choosing a

Student Clubs Protest New Student Government Policies

A crowd gathered inside the Penmen Room Tuesday, April 16 as the Student Government Association (SGA) held its final meeting to vote on changes to its constitution and induct the new Student Government for next semester. Seats were brought in to accommodate the 40+ students who represented several clubs ranging from the Culinary Student Association to the Student Veterans of America. The reason behind

Break the Silence Rally Cultivates a Welcoming SNHU Community

The President’s Commission for LGBTQIA+ Advocacy held its Break the Silence rally Friday, April 12 in the Last Chapter Pub. The rally followed the annual Day of Silence, a national protest to acknowledge and prevent the erasure of those in the LGBTQIA+ community. Rainbow balloons dotted the pub and were illuminated by dim rainbow lighting. Attendees could take stickers and pins off of the

International Gala Unites Students From All Over The World

The International Students Association (ISA) held its 36th Annual International Gala on April 12, 2019. This year's theme was Treasures in Diversity and was meant to celebrate the students who have traveled here from all over the world to attend Southern New Hampshire University. Vice President of ISA, Amanda White (‘20), spoke to the importance of why they hold the Gala each year. “We

Demystifying the Makerspace One Project at a Time

There's a place on campus where students can make their creations come to life. The Makerspace is a lab in the back of the library's first floor. While the walls and tables full of equipment can feel intimidating, it's open for all students and faculty to use. The Makerspace puts creative technologies within fingertips of the students, including computers for design, 3D printers, sewing