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Get Ready For Registration

As the holiday season approaches, so does class registration. Academic advising has announced the dates for class registration for 24SPDAY, 24DY03, and 24DY04. Come November 13, students will rise early to select their desired classes. Class registration periods, which are based on academic credits, are listed below: November 13 7:00 a.m.: Students with 104+ completed credits 7:30 a.m.: Students with 89-103 completed credits November
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CAPE Announces Major Concert

The Coordinators of Activities, Programming, and Events (CAPE), announced that Ernest and Nate Smith will be performing at this year's major concert with David J being the special guest. The big reveal took place midway through Sex Toy Bingo, in a video that had all attendees on the edge of their seats. The spring concert will, once again, be held at the SNHU Arena,

SNHU’s COVID Memorial Open for Use on Campus

The construction of the COVID Memorial has finished and the site is now open. The pandemic made an impact on the SNHU community in various ways, from online classes, to lack of in-person connections and devastating losses of family and friends. SNHU felt the weight of the pandemic after losing its own family members. President Paul LeBlanc discussed the grieving process being incomplete and
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Trash Bins On Campus

SNHU has undergone a change in waste management throughout the campus. The Office of Sustainability has been working on a centralized waste management system for a number of years and the SNHU community has started to notice. The new system is a product of a study the Office of Sustainability conducted to see how much waste the school produces and what it consists of.
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SNHU’s Annual Homecoming Weekend

SNHU is hosting its annual Homecoming events from October 13 through October 15. Homecoming is a great way for the SNHU community and their families to come together and make special memories on campus. The theme this year is "Mountains of Memories," which follows nature and outdoor fun. SNHU’s tradition of hosting a homecoming every fall has been going on for generations. “[Homecoming] celebrates
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Kingston Green Space Projects Revealed

The Kingston Green Space is getting some new upgrades this year with construction being active for almost 2 weeks. Heather Lorenz, the Vice President of Student Affairs and Campus Initiatives, and a SNHU Faculty member for 27 years, shares how it's been planned. "Last year when we knew Stark Hall was coming down, we asked the student body about potential plans for the space,"
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Dining Updates

American Dining Creations (ADC) made its debut on campus over the summer. The company integrated a new swipe-style system that allows students to scan their IDs into the dining hall and use the "all you care to eat" system. The most highly anticipated aspects of ADC, however, are the openings of Dunkin' Donuts, located in the Academic Center Complex (ACC), and Einstein Bros Bagels,
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Brewed Awakening Cafe Re-Opens on Campus

Student-run coffee shop, Brewed Awakening, reopens next week after the controversial decision by the School of Business to shut the beloved cafe down. Following the temporary closure and massive pushback, Brewed Awakening is back in operation. Brewed Awakening is located in the Hospitality Center right when you walk in the front door. The hours of operation this coming semester are Monday through Wednesday 8:30am-2:30pm,
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Involvement Fair Resounding Success

At the beginning of every school year, SNHU's Office of Student Involvement (OSI) hosts the annual Fall Involvement Fair on the Green Space. The event took place on Wednesday, September 7, from 12-3, and students from all around campus came out to check out the clubs and organizations that SNHU has to offer. Clubs and organizations are funded by the Student Government Association (SGA)