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How to Use the Learning Center

Going into the Learning Center for the first time can be intimidating for students. They know when walk-in tu­toring is and they walk into the library room 205 and then... this is when students often feel awkward. For all walk-in tutoring sessions, tutors have nam­etags and signs that indicate who they are and the subject that they tutor. Tutors sit next to their signs
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Protecting Yourself From Credit and Debit Theft

There have been several large cases of credit and debit card theft in New Hampshire during the past year. The cas­es have spread throughout the state including to Londonder­ry, Hudson, and Dover. Many of the thieves are stealing ac­count information, making counterfeit cards and then buying gift cards. There are a few ways the information is being stolen and some tips to protect yourself
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Penmen Pink Day Basketball Games

On Feb. 6 Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) showed their support for beating breast cancer by putting on their 11th anual Penmen Pink Day event. During the women's Basketball game those who were attending the or anyone who just wanted to help spread breast cancer awareness showed their support by helping out the Catholic Medical Center (CMC) who was raising money outside of the
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Alternative Break Takes Miami by Storm

Over Winter Break, a group of Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) students packed their bags and went to Miami, Florida to conduct service projects. This trip was an Alternative Break option, organized by the Center for Community Engaged Learning. The Alternative Break program allows students to participate in a week-long trip to various locations for Winter or Spring Break in order to conduct service
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The One With All The Penmen

The Last Chapter Pub morphed into Central Perk on Jan. 31 as more than 60 students gathered to watch several episodes of the classic sitcom “Friends.” The event began at 8 p.m. and ran for approximately two hours, showcasing five episodes that were streamed from Netflix onto a projector. Tom Balestracci, the assistant director for the Office of Student Involvement and fan of the