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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
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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
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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.
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VITA Clinic Provides Much Needed Tax Knowledge and Assistance

Students learn many mathematical algorithms throughout their educational careers. Most of these, however, are considered useless. Yet, schools continue to teach them instead of the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed after college, such as doing taxes. To help solve this issue, accounting majors at SNHU will be participating in the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Clinic to teach other SNHU students, and non-SNHU
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CETA Building Opening Set for January 2020

Since the summer of 2018, SNHU students have seen the new CETA (College of Engineering, Technology and Aeronautics) building being constructed in between Washington Hall and the Hospitality Center. This new building is supposed to have many amenities and lab spaces for CETA program students by its completion at the end of 2019. The CETA program was established in late 2017 to expand affordable
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Don’t Make Pedestrians Another Statistic

Anyone who has taken a driver’s ed course should know all the basic rules of driving. Stop at a stop sign, go when the light turns green, and when there is a crosswalk present, pedestrians always have the right of way. However, on SNHU’s campus, crosswalks seem to be obsolete, and I alone have had multiple experiences with people going 40 miles per hour
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Responsible Penmen Policy Offers Support to SNHU Students

Executive Director of Community Standards Jay Tifone sent an email to all SNHU students on February 21 regarding the new Responsible Penmen Policy. The policy went into effect at the beginning of the semester and encourages students and student organizations to seek immediate medical attention for themselves or others in alcohol and drug-related emergencies without fear of a change to their conduct standing (e.g.,
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10th Annual Soul Food Dinner Celebrates Diversity on SNHU’s campus

On Sunday, February 17, the Multicultural Student Union (MSU) held its tenth annual Soul Food Dinner at the Dining Center Banquet Hall. The night was filled with scrumptious food, amazing talent and defining words. Staff, students and family filled the Banquet Hall and arrived red-carpet ready. Extravagant decor, attire and conversation mirrored this year’s "Met Gala" theme. [caption id="attachment_11342" align="aligncenter" width="698"] Soul food itinerary