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SNHU Fortnite Teams to Drop in Atlantic City for National Finals

SNHU’s two Fortnite teams are among the top 16 teams in the country that qualified for the National Collegiate Starleague Championship Tournament in Atlantic City during the weekend of April 27 and 28. SNHU introduced four esports teams, including Fortnite, to its athletic programs last August. They are members of the National Association of Collegiate Esports, a national esports league with over 130 colleges

Dining Hall Stops Serving Double Meat Portions Due to Student Abuse

The Dining Hall stopped serving double portions of meat last September in stations such as Mill City Grill and the Deli. It was discovered that students were not informing cashiers that they had double portions on their plate. This resulted in students only paying for single portions of meat which lost the Dining Hall money. According to Dan VanAvery, the general manager of the

Work Orders Can Now be Made Through MySNHU

Anyone in the SNHU community who has experienced an issue with the on-campus facilities may be familiar with work orders. Yet, many students may not know that facilities changed the process in which work orders can be submitted during the month of January. A work order is a work ticket someone submits to facilities when there is a problem that needs to be fixed.

School of International Education to Break Barriers

The global mission of SNHU is continuing with a new school opening next year. The School of International Education was announced by Vice President of Academic Affairs Michael Evans and UC President Patty Lynott in an email sent to staff over the winter break. This move will seek to consolidate many aspects of international students' college experience, alongside language classes and the Study Abroad

Ryan Bailey Receives Top Honor at 2019 CCNH Presidents Awards

Campus Compact for New Hampshire (CCNH) held its 2019 President's Awards Banquet at the Manchester Country Club in Bedford on Tuesday, April 9 from noon to 2 p.m. CCNH is a statewide organization that integrates community service and civic responsibility to higher education institutions. Higher education institutions from all across the state, from White Mountains Community College to SNHU, were represented by dedicated student

Fulbright Brings Opportunities for a Bright Future

When college comes to an end, many graduate students may not know exactly what to do. Luckily for them, the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affair's Fulbright program can grant them a great educational experience to learn about different cultures and continue developing their skill sets even after graduation. A workshop presented by Outreach and Recruitment Officer Aferdita Krasniqi to learn more about this
Student Playing Flute (Image Credit: Eli Hark)

Wind Symphony Remembers Late Mentor

On Monday, April 8, the Southern New Hampshire University Wind Symphony put on a memorial concert to honor the late Phil Martin. Martin, who passed away in the summer of 2018, spent decades as an active member of the local music education programs at both SNHU and as a teacher in the public school system. When he retired from the public school system in

Break the Silence for LGBTQIA+ Youth

The Day of Silence is a national day of acknowledgment for those in the LGBTQIA+ community who have lost their voice due to suicide, bullying or other forms of harassment. This year, it takes place on Friday, April 12, and the President’s Commission for LGBTQIA+ Advocacy at SNHU will be holding a Break the Silence rally in the Last Chapter Pub at 3 p.m.