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Dunkin’ Brews Success

Dunkin' on campus has been a hit and officially opened on January 16. Since it opened it has been a very popular spot for SNHU students. This new addition to campus includes a full Dunkin' menu. It is located in the Academic Center. The hours of operation are Monday through Friday 7:30am to 3:30pm.  For payment, they accept Penmen Cash, credit/debit, and dining dollars.
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Wellness Days

SNHU wellness days are dates throughout the semester that Southern New Hampshire University allows students to catch up on missing work, mental health, or just giving time back to the students. These dates are usually around midterms or finals and allows students to debrief the work they have done so far and catch up on what they need. Offices and services will remain open
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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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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

Finals Week Is Here And SNHU Students Are Feeling The Stress

Finals week is often the most stressful part of any semester and the Fall 2023 term is no exception. SNHU students are ready to relax and recharge over winter break but first, they have to tackle their semester's biggest assignments. For some students, finals week stress stems from having all their exams and projects due in a short time frame. "In one class, you
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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

Celebration of Light and Late Night Breakfast Tonight

Want to have a nice little break from all the stress of finals? On December 6 there are two big events here on campus that you can stop by and enjoy. One being the Celebration of Light, held by SGA. The other being Late Night Breakfast held by the Office of Student Involvement.   Starting at 6pm, the Celebration of Light will be held

SNHU Esports, CCE Raise $5k for Childrens Hospitals

The SNHU Esports team traveled to Champlain College in Burlington, Vermont on November 11, to compete and raise money for Extralife, a charity that supports Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. They competed in matches versus the Champlain College Esports (CCE) varsity Overwatch team. Part of the roster that visited Champlain, was Kayleigh Philip, a senior studying Communication with a minor in Esports. "I only joined
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Sex Toy Bingo Successful

CAPE brought Sex Toy Bingo back to SNHU with Kasha Davis as the host; Davis is a drag queen featured in RuPaul's Drag Race season 7 and RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars season 8. Upon arriving at the event, a massive line stretched through the Dining Hall. After getting to the Upper Dining Hall, there were enough chairs and space for everyone to sit.
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Students Speak Out Against Dining’s Options

American Dining Creations (ADC) has been on campus since May and fully implemented its “all you care to eat” system at the beginning of the fall semester. As the second half of the semester approaches, students have noticed that the quality of the food has heavily declined. An issue that has been posed to the community is the lack of care for students with