From Nov.18 to Dec. 19, the McInich Art gallery on the first floor of Robert Frost Hall will be displaying prints, paintings, photographs, and drawings showcasing different examples of architecture in New England. Different buildings, both antiquated and modern, come to life in the vivid portraits. Curated by Professor Colin Root, the art work embraces New England architecture from the colonial to the contemporary.
The week of Nov 15. Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) held a Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week that was put on by the Center for Community Engaged Learning (CCEL). The campus started off the week with a faces of homelessness panel. This event was put on by Rachael Straehle, a junior at SNHU. There were four members on the panel who told their stories
Southern New Hampshire University’s (SNHU) Think International Fair event held more than five different tables with organizations that promote international involvement. The event was part of SNHU’s International Education Week. Some of the tables at the event were manned by organizations such as Study Abroad, Conversational English from the Learning Center, International Student Services, the Peace Corps, and SNHU’s Center for Community Engaged Learning.
On Dec 2. the Student Government Association (SGA) chapter at Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) held its annual Celebration of Light ceremony in the Student Center from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. While this event has been held in the past, this year, participants may have noticed a refreshing difference from years past. For the first time here at SNHU, the Celebration of Light
Hilary Clinton came to Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) Thursday Dec. 3, the appearance was part of the university's Women's Economic Opportunity Summit. The second floor of the Dining Center was filled with secret service and extra security as the Democratic candidate arrived. The line for the event circled out of the Dining Center all the way to the Library Learning Commons. The event’s
On Nov. 30, Coordinators of Activities and Programming Events (CAPE) put on a version of the daytime game show "Family Feud". Being played in the Last Chapter Pub, students had to pre-select their teams of five ahead of time, examples being the “Smartinis”, the “Freshman Squad”, and “Transfers for Life”. While the set-up was the same as the show, the rules were slightly
Comedian Brian O’Sullivan succeeded in making a large audience laugh late on a Friday night. This comedian, who was from Los Angeles, had a large crowd laughing on Nov. 20 at 9 p.m. in the pub. He had rather dark and perverted humor but, regardless, was enjoyed by a big demographic of people that decided to go see him. One of the lead contributors
Students definitely do not want to miss one of the biggest on campus events happening at Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) this December. On Dec. 9, from 10 p.m. to 12 a.m. there will be a late night breakfast served free to everyone in attendance. This event will be hosted by SNHU Student Involvement. This event will be one of the biggest of the
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
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