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Have a Safe Spring Break

With Spring Break quickly approaching, there are several things that students can do to avoid any mishaps while on vaca­tion. It can be easy to get caught up in excitement and forget some of the simplest ways to stay safe. Be careful of meeting new people and the hidden agendas they may have. Always go out with a friend, and let other friends know
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Mat Lavore Astonishes SNHU Students

Hypnotist and mentalist Mat LaVore visited Southern New Hampshire University to perform his Magic and Mystery show on Wednesday, Feb. 24. This event was put on by Center of Activities and Programming Events (CAPE) Late Night and occurred in the second floor of the Dining Center at 8 p.m. Catering was provided for the event and included mozzarella sticks, chicken tenders, and a generous
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SNHU Celebrates Women’s History Month

It’s that time of year again when it’s time to celebrate Women’s History Month. Southern New Hampshire Uni­versity’s (SNHU) Deborah L. Coffin Women’s Center has coordinated many events for the month of March with the help of many other clubs on campus. Some of these clubs include but are not limited to Student Activists for Gender Equality (SAGE), Outreach As­sociation, History Club, Diver­sity Initiatives,
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Senior Peer Educators Reminisce

Senior peer educators in the Learning Center (LC) are filled with nostalgia as they prepare to graduate and reminisce their time spent working in the LC; Many tutors and mentors work in the LC for two to three years, and make an impact on the Southern New Hampshire Uni­versity (SNHU) community. Elizabeth Worth, a senior writing tutor, is on her seventh semester with the
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SNHU Ambassadors Work with Breakthrough Manchester

Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) Presidential Ambassadors collaborated with Breakthrough Manchester to put on an inspirational Hero Art Day program for Breakthrough students at the Derryfield School in Man­chester on Saturday, Mar. 5. The SNHU Presidential Am­bassadors are a group of 12 students who act as liaisons between the university president and the stu­dent body. Recently, the group has started to do more outreach
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Revitalizing Manchester’s Rex Theater

The historic Rex Theatre lo­cated on 23 Amherst Street in downtown Manchester is up for bid. The Manchester Develop­ment Corporation (MDC) pur­chased the property in January and is looking for a business to renovate and operate the former theatre as a part of their ongoing project to revitalize Manchester neighborhoods. In their request for proposals, the MDC said that they have “the goal of
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SNHU Hitting the Field at Anime Boston 2016

This year, anime and sports will collide at Anime Boston 2016 on Mar. 25 through Mar. 27. Anime Boston is an annual convention that, in addition to Japanese anime, celebrates all forms of animation and enter­tainment. This convention is held for one weekend, Friday through Sunday, in the spring at the Hynes Convention Center within the Prudential Center in Boston, Massachusetts. Convention goers often
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Gearheads Grab SNHU’s Attention as New Club

Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) Gearheads, a new club on campus this semes­ter, has peaked many students’ interests, starting strong with 58 active members. Gearheads is a car enthusiast club where members are able to showcase their cars and hang out with other like-minded individu­als. Josh Walker, the president and founder of the club, got Gear­heads approved in December. When asked about his goals