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Open Mic Night

An Open Mic Night, sponsored by the Creative Writing Club, Student Activists for Gender Equality (SAGE) and Generation Equality, was held on Nov. 5 in the Pub. The theme for the event was equality, and students were encouraged to share poems, short stories, or songs around this theme. The night began strong with cookies, and a performance by Richie Oliver and his guitar, playing
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Thrifty at Target

Target is… a happy place, a saving grace, a “I didn’t know I needed this before I came in here” place. Go into Target for toothpaste and walk out with a coat, video game, box of mac ‘n’ cheese and said toothpaste. Many students know this feeling well as seen in the enormous turnout of new students at the Late Night at Target event
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Free Money at FastWeb

It’s no secret that college is expensive. With tuition costs rising every year, paying for college becomes more and more difficult. That’s why scholarships are so helpful. The more scholarships a student wins, the less student loans they have to take out and pay back. Scholarships are free money that don’t need to be paid back. They are often from a college/ university, organization,
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Career Corner: Getting the Edge on Career

Did you know there are more job and internship positions available in SNHURecruit than can currently be filled? Employers have taken notice in Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) students and they’re coming here to hire. Taking advantage of these opportunities is a given, but do you ever find the interview and hiring process to be way too overwhelming, or you don’t quite have that
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Ugly Sweater Extravaganza

On Friday, Dec. 4 from 8 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. in the Pub, the Office of Diversity Initiatives is hosting an Ugly Sweater Extravaganza. Students can join the festivities by participating in raffles and karaoke. They can also enjoy winter-themed refreshments such as eggnog, hot chocolate, and other treats. There will also be an ugly sweater contest so students should make sure to don
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Blackfish Screening

The Students for Environmental Action club (SEA), set up a screening of “Blackfish” on Nov. 11. A total of 13 people were present to watch the documentary, making for a personal, intimate screening. “Blackfish,” a documentary released in 2013 about the captivation of orca whales at SeaWorld and other oceanthemed amusement parks, was the film chosen by the SEA in order to bring light
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SNHU Represents at the Scale Conference

Southern New Hampshire University’s (SNHU) Center for Community Engaged Learning (CCEL) attended the SCALE conference last weekend on Nov. 7 at University of New Hampshire (UNH) Manchester. SCALE stands for Student Citizens for Active Leadership and Engagement. Other colleges that attended were Rivier University, New England College, Keene State College, Saint Anselm College and Merrimack College. The conference was put on by Campus Compact
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SNHU Celebrates Student Veterans

The Student Veteran Asso- ciation (SVA) organized daily events to commemorate and celebrate all those who have served in the past and present while raising awareness to the club and large population of student veterans on campus. Veteran’s Week at Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) began Nov. 8 and ran until Nov. 14. The week commenced with a trip open to all students to