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Sophia Peguri: Senior Letter

SNHU has given me so many opportunities throughout my years here. One is The Penmen Press. I have been incredibly lucky to have been part of this journey in this club and would recommend it to any student thinking of joining. It has prepared me in many ways for my plans after I graduate and I will hold the skills that I gained throughout
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SNHU School of Business Announces Closure of the Beloved Brewed Awakening

Brewed Awakening, previously named Cup of Love, has been a staple at SNHU for many years. It became a place for students to relax and enjoy food and beverages crafted by SNHU students, including their famous 'Crêpe Day.' However, those fun times and memories will come to an end after School of Business Dean Dr. Michael T. Tasto made the decision to shut down
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Valorant Team Wins Collegiate LAN Tourament in Worcester

SNHU Esports team, Valorant Blue, traveled to the All Systems Go Esports Bar in Worcester, MA on March 18. Hosted by UMass Amherst and WPI (Worcester Polytechnic Institute), the tournament had eight schools attending and competing. The first-place prize was $500. Sean 'Peachy' Lightbody ('24), a player on Valorant Blue, shared his experience with the tournament and discussed which competition had the team on
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Lights, Camera, Commencement

SNHU will be holding its commencement ceremony at the SNHU arena in downtown Manchester, NH on Saturday, April 29, and Sunday, April 30. The university will be holding two ceremonies per day. On April 29, the first ceremony will be held at 9:30am for on-campus programs. The second ceremony will be held for the online graduate programs at 2pm. On April 30, the first
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SNHU’s New Dining Plan Finalized

The news of American Dining Creations (ADC) taking over Sodexo as SNHU's dining vendor spread across the university quickly; however, it left two lingering questions: how much will my meal plan cost and how will it be structured? In an email sent to students on February 22 by Dr. Meagan LaMarca, the university announced the new meal plan structure for the 2023-2024 school year
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Faculty Spotlight: Andrea Bard

Andrea Bard is the Associate Professor of Communication and the Coordinator of the Communication major. She has been a part of the SNHU community for 24 years and wouldn’t have it any other way. Bard spoke about the importance of Communication and why she took the role of implementing it into students as a professor and mentor. “It’s the most important thing in my
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Going the Distance: Keeping the Longevity of The Cupboard

The Cupboard is a resource on campus for students in need. As of late, it has faced the complication of running out of resources too quickly. The Concierge Desk, which is in charge of The Cupboard, underwent changes in how they run the operation. Nicole Monahan, the director of Student Support Resources, laid out the conflict at hand, which has impacted how much inventory
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Out of the Darkness Walk Returns to SNHU

SNHU is hosting the Out of the Darkness Campus Walk on April 1, which is an on-campus event that aims to raise awareness and funds for mental health and suicide awareness. The walk will be taking place at the Green Space and is open to anyone who wants to support the fight to prevent suicide. Mental health is an ongoing issue that is focused
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Faculty Spotlight: Tracy Dow

Tracy Dow is the Director of the Center for Project-Based Learning (CPBL) within the new program at SNHU, the Learning Engagement and Academic Innovation (LEAI) program. She was asked to join and decided it was a great fit for her. She liked how LEAI fit in with her graphic design background, and that it matched well with the studio classes she teaches. She hopes
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Humanities Festival is Back Again

SNHU will be holding its second annual Humanities Festival on April 12 from 2-4pm on the Green Space. At the event, students will be provided food, games, and the chance to win prizes. Activities include the poetry slam, ethics games, art making, chess tournaments, and more. Fine Arts Intern, Samuel Befumo (‘24), discussed the benefits of attending the Humanities Festival. “Last year, [the Humanities