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Women’s Soccer Season Gets Cut Short

The Women’s Soccer Team had their 2018 quest to be crowned Northeast 10 Conference Champions for the second year in a row snatched by Assumption College on November 2 at Penmen Stadium. The Penmen suffered a crushing defeat, 2-0, ending their chances of victory. The Penmen finished the season with a 14-4-3 record and a .738 winning percentage. They scored a total of 42
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Work-Study Opportunities

There are currently off-campus work-study opportunities for SNHU students that still need to be filled. Students can receive $9.25/hour while gaining experience working with non-profit organizations gaining real-world experience and the opportunity to give back to the local community. The opportunities are endless. Whether students are interested in gaining experience working with kids, in an office, graphic design, or even working with animals there
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Aly Raisman Opens up About Feminism and Being a Role Model

Aly Raisman is the epitome of the word “fierce.” Raisman is a six-time Olympic medalist, three of which are gold. She competed in two Olympic Games, winning the team gold awards both times. Raisman is also a sexual abuse survivor. Raisman appeared at SNHU on November 27 to discuss her gymnastics career, her views on feminism and her experience opening up during the Larry
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Art Gallery Opening in Robert Frost

On Thursday, November 1, there was a reception for two new exhibitions that recently opened in the McIninch Art Gallery in Robert Frost Hall. The first is showcasing Modernism and its Legacy, while the second is a collection of works by Nikki Rosato titled Voyager. Missed it? Don’t worry, they will be open for public viewing until December 15.  Modernism and Its Legacy was
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SGA Looks Ahead to Next Semester Amid Financial Requests

On Tuesday, November 6, the Student Government Association (SGA) held their usual bi-weekly meeting to address new business, such as elections and awarding a senator of the month. The meeting started in its normal fashion with approval of minutes and senator roll call. After calling the meeting into effect, the Budget and Finance committee presented the conference and overage requests they had received at
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CCEL Becomes The Chandler Center, Welcomes New Name and New Service Initiatives

The Center for Community Engaged Learning (CCEL) has been a valuable resource for students seeking to be a part of something bigger than themselves for over ten years. The center is SNHU’s hub for service projects and programs that enable the SNHU community to make a difference on a local, national and international level. CCEL is looking to further expand its influence by unveiling
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Veteran Spotlight: Who is Derrick Loughlin?

Derrick Loughlin, President of Student Veterans of America, is just one example of how dedicated veterans can be. He sacrificed five years of his life to the Marine Corps as a radio technician and then dedicated himself to Southern New Hampshire University to become a state police officer. Loughlin is an excellent personification of selfless service. When Loughlin was in high school, a lot
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Care for Yourself and Others with the CARE Team

Students who feel they do not have a voice on campus should contact SNHU’s CARE Team, a group of staff and faculty working to improve the lives of struggling students by connecting them to necessary resources. The CARE Team focuses on prevention and early intervention for students experiencing distress or those who engage in harmful or disruptive behaviors, while helping them meet their academic,