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SNHU Announces Several Proposed Program Changes

Executive Vice President of Campus Administration Don Brezinski announced that the SNHU administration is proposing changes to several campus programs. Faculty members received this information via email on January 10. The email mentioned that there has been an ongoing program analysis involving reviews from faculty, department chairs, and deans. Brezinski also stated that the usage of university resources and student success is paramount. "First
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SNHU Starts Inaugural Major Ambassador Program

SNHU is beginning its inaugural semester of the new Major Ambassadors program in the Spring '23 semester. Selected majors have assigned two to three students who dedicate time towards promoting their respective programs to new students. The central goal of the program is to make younger students on campus feel more involved. Not every major is yet to have assigned Major Ambassadors. Each Major
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SNHU Introduces Reading Day

SNHU's first reading day will be held on Friday, February 17th. Penmen Weekly announced the rest day to the SNHU community on January 1. Classes will not be held on this day to give students extra time to prepare for upcoming midterms. "Athletics, campus-based events, student employment, and academic activities based outside the classroom such as student teaching and internships will all continue unless
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Ethics in Action: What does it mean to be a good person?

Ethics in Action is an event that promotes critical and meaningful thought about ethics. The event encouraged students to consider what they believe good ethics are in society and their community, what shapes one’s philosophy and treatment of others, and how to be better people. A discussion on ethics and community action was brought to SNHU and high school students on January 18 when
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LEAI’s “Use Every Minute” Learning Initiative for Spring Semester

The Learner Engagement and Academic Innovation (LEAI) team are rolling out a new initiative called "Use Every Minute." Administrative Coordinator for LEAI, Lori Williams, and LEAI Assistant Vice President, Lynn Murray-Chandler, explained the new initiative. “LEAI is [an] SNHU University College asset that aims to improve teaching, learning, and the student experience," said Williams. "The team manages most faculty development work for the Manchester
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Club Spotlight: Student Air Traffic Controllers Association

The Student Air Traffic Controllers Association (SATCA) is a club for air traffic controllers and anyone with any aviation interest. They meet in the ATC simulator room in the SETA Annex and run simulations. SATCA has existed since 2016 and has around 20 members. The club aims to introduce people to air traffic management and show that it is less intimidating than people think.
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Hop on Board the “Gravy Train” at CAPE’s Major Concert This Spring

Yung Gravy will be performing at this year's Major Concert. CAPE announced the news at last month's Drag Queen Sex Toy Bingo. The rapper has grown popular in mainstream media and is known for titles such as "Mr. Clean" and "Gravy Train." This year will be the first time the concert takes place outside of SNHU grounds. "In the past, we have had our
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Office Spotlight: Deborah L. Coffin Women’s Center

The Deborah L. Coffin Women's Center offers an accepting environment for students who feel lost on campus or who need a supportive place to be themselves. They embrace all students who need a safe space, no matter their identity or background. "Our goal is to make sure people find a home on campus," said Saran Ousseini ('23). "It's a great space for people to
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Six Companies Bid To Be SNHU’s Dining Vendor

SNHU's contract with its current dining vendor, Sodexo, is coming to an end after 14 years. Sodexo is the only vendor SNHU has had because prior to their contract, SNHU did their dining services in-house. Currently, there are six companies bidding to take on the role; this creates the question: who is going to be feeding SNHUdents in the future? The six companies vying
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SNHU’s Academic Calendar

SNHU started its Fall '22 semester on August 29 and is currently progressing through the 2022-2023 academic calendar. The fall semester ends on December 18 and final grades will be available on December 20. SNHU observed Veterans Day on November 11 by canceling all classes and closing offices. Thanksgiving break began on November 22, when dorms closes, and ended the following Sunday, November 27.