How 2019 Housing Selection Changes Will Affect Students

With the start of a new year comes the start of a new housing selection process. Starting spring semester of 2019, SNHU will be making many changes to their housing selection process with the intention of increasing fairness for all students on campus. One of the biggest changes being made to is the removal of GPA from one's considerations. Associate Director for Housing Operations

Nothing But Net for the Winner of the 2019 Fan Banner Contest

After four years of anticipation, Emma Sheehan ('19) has finally had her triumphant victory. Sheehan, a Graphic Design Major, has watched the SNHU Night Fan Banner Design Contest with the Celtics from afar. This was until taking GRA-420 Advanced Digital Design where she finally decided to face her fears and enter her own design into the contest. Highlighting her interest in the contest since

Student Government Welcomes Executive Officer Evaul

Southern New Hampshire University's (SNHU) Student Government Association (SGA) held their regular bi-weekly meeting in the Penmen Room Tuesday, February 5. The highlight of this meeting was the election of Ryan Evaul ('19) as Executive Officer (EO). “I really love SGA, it’s been my passion for four years. I love this organization and I am be honored to be executive officer,” said Evaul during
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Kylie Lorenzen Sets New School Record; Becomes Number One All-Time Scorer

Senior Kylie Lorenzen made history Saturday afternoon when she broke Julie Dabrowski’s 29-year-old scoring record to become Southern New Hampshire University’s (SNHU) Women’s Basketball's all-time scorer. Lorenzen, who scored 16 points in the first half of Saturday's tightly contested matchup against Merrimack College, surpassed Dabrowski’s record off a basket during the first half. She went on to score a game-high 29 points, including the

Multicultural Student Union Preps for this Year’s Soul Food Dinner

The Multicultural Student Union (MSU) is hosting Soul Food Dinner Sunday, February 17, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the upper Dinning Hall. The event is put forth to celebrate unique backgrounds and differing cultures. Tickets are expected to sell quickly. MSU Secretary Osheen Turnbull states that the event's main goal is to help students meet new people and learn new things from

Students to Receive Discounts at JCPenney this Sunday

JCPenney at the Mall of New Hampshire in Manchester is partnering with Southern New Hampshire University's (SNHU) Career Development Center for an event called Suit Up Sunday, February 17, from 3-6 p.m. Suit Up will offer all SNHU students a 40% discount on business professional and business casual attire. This is the first time SNHU is collaborating with a major retail chain. Jason Whitney,

Fighting for All Voices at The Boston Women’s March

“Sisterhood. Solidarity. We exist, and we will rise,” said Boston Women’s March keynote speaker and Massachusetts Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley. This is what the 2019 Boston Women’s March was all about. The third annual Boston Women’s March drew in large crowds full of women and men of all ages, races, sexual orientations and backgrounds to call for equal rights. The supporters came in masses on

Dr. Diana Polley Wins Warren Brooks Award

Students are often showcased for their great achievements and milestones, but sometimes there is a faculty member who should be recognized for their successful endeavors. Dr. Diana Polley recently won the Western Kentucky University’s (WKU) Warren Brooks Award for her book "Echoes of Emerson: Rethinking Realism in Twain, James, Wharton, and Cather." Named after Robert Penn Warren and Cleanth Brooks, this award is representative

uSafeUS is a New Tool for Safety

SNHU has partnered with a phone application called uSafeUS in an effort to help keep their students safe and out of uncomfortable situations. The app is mostly focused on preventing sexual violence, however, it can aid students in various dangerous circumstances. uSafeUS allows SNHU students to have access to many different resources such as the wellness center, public safety, community services, university services and

Star Athlete Cole Stewart Finds Escape Through Hockey and Music

It was a memorable night for freshman forward and Alpharetta, Georgia native Cole Stewart. As he and the SNHU men’s ice hockey team faced off against Franklin Pierce University on January 18, Stewart, with two goals under his belt, unveiled a performance of excellence that exhilarated fans and dumbfounded teammates. Stewart took control of the puck just over seven minutes into the second period.