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SNHU Rejoices for Homecoming Weekend

Over the weekend of October 19, SNHU held its 2019 Homecoming festivities. With some events occurring on Friday and Sunday, Saturday was when a majority of the activities took place. Saturday started at 8:30 a.m. with the Homecoming 5K run and was followed by the 2019 Alumni Awards, the 3rd Annual SNHU Homecoming Cornhole Tournament and the SNHU Street Fair. The 2019 Alumni Awards
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Dissect Dives into Hit Rap Albums

Named one of the best podcasts of 2018 by the New York Times, Dissect reaches listeners by diving into popular albums of the past few years and dissecting them. In a time where playlists rule the music world, Dissect aims to look at albums as whole pieces, rather than vehicles for a few hit songs. Each season of the podcast, one album is selected
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Climate Strike Storms Manchester

On September 20 nearly 300 people marched on Manchester Town Hall demanding action regarding the current climate crisis. Activists used speakers and megaphones to give specific demands for local government action. The same voices informed fellow strikers of the current dangers we face and what part each person can play to help make a change. Strikes such as these expand past Manchester, NH. Over
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CAPE Ready to Wow Students with Sold-Out Major Concert

After announcing A Boogie wit da Hoodie as the main performer during September’s Big Money Bingo, Coordinators of Activity and Programming Event's (CAPE) Major Concert sold out almost immediately. CAPE Publicity Chair Silvana Terranova (‘20) said, “Tickets sold out in three hours. There was a lot of interest. The 200 we had the night before sold out in minutes.” Many students bought their tickets
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MARCH AND RALLY WITH THE DEBORAH L. COFFIN WOMEN’S CENTER

(Manchester, NH, September 11) The Deborah L. Coffin Women’s Center is hosting the 10th annual Take Back the Night rally on Monday, September 23 at 7 p.m. on the Quad, weather permitting. Take Back the Night is a signature SNHU event that unifies the campus community against violence and sexual misconduct. The 10th annual Take Back the Night rally is sure to be the
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Inkwell Interactive Studio Virtual Reality Projects in the Making

By using a 360-degree camera in the Inkwell Interactive Studio, students recently built a Virtual Reality (VR) campus tour that is displayed on an Oculus Go, a standalone VR headset. Potential students visiting SNHU booths at college fairs can experience the campus from anywhere in the world. Over the past couple of years, VR has gone from a gimmick to a useful piece of
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New Culinary Minors are Coming to SNHU

The culinary arts majors at SNHU are no longer running, but students looking to study culinary or baking on campus will still have the opportunity to do so. Starting in Fall 2019, three newly-formed minors will be available to all students. These three minors are Culinary Arts, Baking and Nutrition. Chef-Instructors Stefan Ryll and Karina Pasternak had been a part of the culinary program
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Bailey and Boucher Among those Honored at Fourth Annual Student Employee of the Year Awards

It's another award for Chandler Center employee Ryan Bailey ('19). After receiving the 2019 Campus Compact for New Hampshire President's Award, he was recognized as SNHU's Employee of the Year at the fourth annual Student Employee Awards banquet in the SNHU Athletic Complex April 17. "Winning the Student Employee of the Year Award was a huge honor," Bailey said. "Quite honestly, I am speechless. I
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A CONVERSATION WITH ICE-T SLATED FOR SEPTEMBER 18

(Manchester, NH, September 6) Southern New Hampshire University’s ACES Committee will welcome rap music icon, author, and TV star, Ice-T, to campus on September 18 in the SNHU Athletic Complex Small Gym at 7 p.m. Ice-T has been an advocate for America’s youth and has left a positive impact on all communities and people he has interacted with. With an impressive array of musical
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On My Block Party Press Release

Come one, come all to the annual On My Block Party at 7:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on Friday, September 13 on the Quad. This event will be a celebration of the cultural diversity within the SNHU community through international food, activities, music, performances, raffle prizes and more. Students can expect to experience different types of authentic cultural foods from around the area. There