Highlight News

McIninch Art Gallery to Close and be Repurposed

The McIninch Art Gallery, located in Robert Frost Hall, will be shut down effective June 30. In a letter sent to faculty, Executive Vice President on Campus Donald J. Brezinski stated that the space will be repurposed to, "focus on projects and programs that directly impact curriculum and showcase student work." The gallery opened on February 22, 2002, and has displayed a variety of
Highlight News

Swae Lee Takes on CAPE’s Major Concert

Swae Lee, the rapper, singer, and songwriter who features with artists like Post Malone, Khalid, Travis Scott, and Kane Brown, visited the SNHU Field House for the largest concert of the school year. The CAPE-sponsored event was held on April 16 during which students attended the first concert since the fall of 2019.  Students were lined up at the doors at 6pm to watch the
News

Stark Hall to be Demolished by Fall Semester

SNHU’s Stark Hall is set to be demolished and replaced by green space by the Fall 2022 semester. Stark Hall was constructed in 1971. Comparing it to modern building standards, “the building type construction [is not] as well built or energy efficient,” according to Lawrence Yassanye, Assistant Director of Capitol Projects. “The value required to sustain the buildings has become unsustainable. The long-term environmental
News

Professors John McCannon and Pamela Jordan Deliver Discussion-Based Ukraine Seminar

Associate Professor of History and Political Affairs, John McCannon, and Associate Professor of Politics and Global Affairs, Pamela Jordan, held a seminar discussing the Russian/Ukrainian conflict on Wednesday, March 16. During the seminar, McCannon said, “Putin presents himself as the Judo Master, able to calculate force and motion in a precise way. Smaller interventions like in Georgia and the border of Moldova were invasions
Sofia Barassi and Stefan Karlberg
Highlight News

Goodbye, From the Co-Editors-in-Chief

As our school year comes to an end, we want to reflect on the year that we had, not only as a school, but as a newspaper. We transitioned from 18 months at home to a completely in-person school life with athletics, events, and classes where we were all quickly trying to discover ourselves again. The transition from opening up our laptops to meet
News

SNHU’s ’22-’23 Academic Calendar

SNHU's academic calendar is changing for the '22-'23 school year, affecting the start dates of each campus semester. Online and on-campus courses will be aligned, allowing the option for campus students to take in-person classes and online classes.  Vice President of Student Affairs, Heather Lorenz, said, “Students will have more flexibility to mix and match in-person and online classes as needed or desired to
News

SNHU Spring Involvement Fair to Follow Spring Break

SNHU’s Spring Involvement Fair is set to take place during the two weeks following spring break in the Student Center. The Involvement Fair, typically held in the Banquet Hall during the spring semester, was previously rescheduled from January 19 due to ongoing COVID testing the week in-person classes resumed.  However, instead of all the organizations being clumped in one room, there will instead be
Highlight News

Team “Git Good” Wins SETA’s Largest Competitive Programming Event of the Year

SNHU’s computer science department hosted the SETA Cup on March 25, the university's first competitive programming event since 2019. During the three-hour competition, students worked in teams of two and three to solve six challenging algorithms. “The team that puts in the answer and gets it right the first time gets no points subtracted, but if [they] have one incorrect submission, [they] will have
News

Munchiez Food Truck: Behind The Counter

The student-led Munchiez food truck is open to staff and students during select days and times throughout the week. It is operated by the OL-317 Small Business Management course along with the OL-420 Management Application course.  Departments within OL-317 include marketing, operations, human resources, finance, and research and development. As the course flyer indicates, “OL-317 translates business concepts into real-world experiences through running the
Highlight News

Mask Mandate and Booster Requirement Lifted

An email sent out Wednesday, February 23, by Executive Vice President of Campus Transformation, Donald Brezinski states that the mask mandate and booster requirement are to be lifted beginning Thursday, February 24.  Unvaccinated individuals will still be required to wear masks in public spaces. Faculty and staff can still require the use of masks in classrooms and workspaces. Vaccinated individuals that have been exposed