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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
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Global Cafe Serving up Global Opportunities

The International Student Services hosted their first Global Cafe of the semester on January 25, featuring New Zealand for their Study Abroad Program. In the upcoming months, the International Student Services will also host several more Global Cafe events in the Green Center from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. on the following dates: February 15 for Ecuador, March 15 for Sweden, and April 12 for
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SNHU Isolation and Quarantine Period Reduced to Five Days

SNHU’s quarantine and isolation guidelines have been reduced to a minimum of five days for positive cases, as announced in an email sent by Executive Vice President of Campus Transformation, Donald Brezinski, on February 1. Unvaccinated students who have been exposed to students with COVID will also be reduced to a five-day quarantine period, while vaccinated students are not required to quarantine after exposure.
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Booster Shot Required and Short Continuation of Remote Learning

SNHU President Paul LeBlanc announced new COVID protocols on January 12 that will be put in place upon arrival to campus Monday, January 17. Student residents will be required to receive COVID testing which will take place at the Gustafson Center and within residence halls between 9am and 3pm on move-in day. Commuters are also encouraged to get tested. “While students await their test
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Staying Safe On Campus

Concerns have recently arisen from students about safety on campus. With sexual assault reports on the rise in schools across the country, students want to be sure that they are able to stay safe on campus. Public Safety issued a statement in response to questions asked about the blue lights. It said, “SNHU Public Safety, Facilities, and ITS have been working diligently to repair
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ESports Arena Opening

The SNHU ESports Arena is open to the public. It opened on October 8, delayed due to COVID-19, but it is now in full swing hosting ESports matches. It is located in the Green Center. The arena is a community space on campus, made to support the Varsity ESports programs offered at SNHU as well as all other students on campus. Tim Fowler, Director
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Spring Semester to Begin with Remote Learning

Following winter break, SNHU’s ‘22 spring semester is going to kick off with two weeks of remote learning campus-wide. Students return to classes on January 3. Remote learning is scheduled to end on January 14. "When looking at previous national and state patterns, the first two weeks of January have been a time of sharp increases in community spread. Additionally, we know that our
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Dining Hall Disaster

Students have recently noticed some issues in the dining hall with long lines, food quality and moldy products. Sodexo responded to the complaints in an interview with Sodexo’s General Manager, Daniel VanAvery. As seen on social media platforms such as the SNHU Barstool Instagram, students have reported receiving moldy bread, salad with plastic in it, uncooked steak, uncooked chicken, and rubber bands around broccoli.
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Mask Mandate To Be Lifted

SNHU President Paul LeBlanc sent out a school-wide email on October 21 stating that the mask mandate will be lifted starting November 1. Vaccinated staff and students will have the option to go without a mask while those who are unvaccinated will still be required to mask up. The decision to pull back on mask requirements was based on the vaccination status of the
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Cross Campus Construction

All across the SNHU campus there is caution tape, fences and warning signs surrounding sites under construction. These sites include the SETA (School of Engineering, Technology and Aeronautics) building, Penmen Stadium and the quad stairs on the green space. The work being done on each site varies in scope, but the stairs, most notably, have caused students to have to change their routes or