Highlight News

What’s Brewing at Brewed Awakening?

Brewed Awakening is a student-run café located on the first floor of the Hospitality Center. Their hours of operation are between 7:30am to 3:30pm from Monday to Thursday, as well as from 7:30am to 2:00pm on Fridays. Brewed Awakening takes Penmen Cash, Credit/Debit, and regular cash; they do not accept Dining Dollars. They have a walk-up counter and a seating area for visitors to
News

Meet Dine SNHU’s New Dietitian: Chelsae Gordon

Chelsae Gordon has taken over as Campus Dietitian at Dine SNHU as of October. After working with Sodexo at the Parkland Medical Center based in Derry, NH, she began her new role. Chelsae is a Registered Dietitian. Her educational background includes a bachelor's degree in nutritional science from the University of Massachusetts Lowell, as well as a master's degree in public health. In her
Highlight News

Crowd Attraction to CAPE Fall Concert Falters

CAPE hosted their Fall Concert in the Athletic Complex Field House on September 16, featuring concert tour group Groove Boston. The set was intended to run from 8-11pm; however, with a late start at 8:40pm, the show proceeded for an hour before attendees dispersed. Doors opened at 7:30pm and guests began trickling in. 260 participants attended out of approximately 290 tickets sold. The show
News

The Impacts of the Stark Hall Demolition

The Stark Hall demolition project is set to begin on September 19. It will start with the asbestos abasement, which will last for two weeks with minimal impact. Demolition will follow on October 11 and is estimated to be completed by October 24. From October 11 to October 24, walkways surrounding the area will be closed from 8am-4pm on specified days. This includes the
Highlight News

SNHU Unveils New Logo

On August 11, the SNHU community received an email from SNHU President, Paul LeBlanc, stating that the university will be introducing a new logo. The change was made following a survey that was sent out to the SNHU community in the Fall 2021 semester. "Our new logo incorporates feedback from students, faculty, staff, and alumni, as well as external research. It reflects the richness
Highlight News

School of International Engagement Dissolved and Services Transitioned

SNHU executives made the decision to dissolve the School of International Engagement (SIE) and integrate its services into other campus departments. "The services embedded in [the School of International Engagement] are not being eliminated,” said Don Brezinski, Executive Vice President on Campus. "It's more of a functional alignment in where offices can best be served." The three areas initially under the School of International
Highlight News

President LeBlanc’s Vision for the 2022-2023 Academic Year

With a new school year rapidly approaching for the SNHU community, there are many questions regarding how this academic year will run. Paul LeBlanc, President of SNHU, expresses his optimism about the upcoming school year. However, SNHU has not seen a traditional year since the 2018-2019 academic year. After multiple years of uncertainty, it is unclear what students should expect. "We all know that
News

Applications for the Student Government Association Are Now Open

The Student Government Association (SGA) is an organization that represents the best interest of students on campus. They do this through shared governance, sound fiscal policy, beneficial services, and leadership. According to the SGA website, "...members take the suggestions, comments, and concerns that are voiced by students like you and make appropriate changes to our campus whenever possible. Whether it is an alteration of
News

Things to SNHU: Club Events

With a new semester comes the beginning of many students' college experiences. Without the familiarity of old friends and family, it can be difficult to adjust to a new environment. Clubs on campus are a great way to ease the transition into university. There are plenty of clubs offering different experiences that help students meet others with similar interests. Most club events are open
Highlight News

New Date for Senior Trip Causes Concerns For Students

SNHU seniors have the opportunity to celebrate their achievements at the "happiest place on Earth" after years of hard work, dedication, and unexpected global challenges. In the past, the senior class trip occurred after classes wrapped up for the spring semester, however, SNHU moved it up to Spring Break. While this trip is open to all on-campus seniors, there is one group that will