Zach Ingrasci and Chris Temple, co-producers and creators of "On A Dollar A Day", a Netflix documentary, visited Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) for Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week. The two speakers spoke about their experience in Guatemala where they, as well as two of their friends, lived off of about a dollar a day for 56 days. As sophomores in college coming from
On Thursday, Dec 3, the band Tall Heights performed in Southern New Hampshire University’s (SNHU) Last Chapter Pub at 9 p.m. This is just one stop for the three-man band’s tour. The bandmates are all from the Boston and have been performing as a trio for the past six months. Before that, the band was a guitar-cello duo. The guitarist, Tim Harrington, and cellist,
It’s the beginning of the semester, students are registered for classes, they’ve paid their tuition, room and board, and other fees and then get slammed with the cruel reality that is having to paying for textbooks. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the price of textbooks has increased 82% over the last decade. College Board estimates that students spend $1,200 on average each
Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) students held a concert in the Last Chapter Pub on Nov.19 where they sang songs of their own choosing to show off their singing talent. The “Voices of SNHU” concert was hosted by members of SNHU’s Voice Studio where students in the MUS-250 course were given the opportunity to show off their singing which they have worked on all
The Learning Center at Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) is authorized by the College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) to certify its peer educators through an intensive training program consisting of various levels of certification: Regular, Advanced, and Master Tutor/Mentor Certification. To reach levels of certification, peer educators attend topic training sessions run by Chad Detjen covering topics such as: definition of tutoring responsibilities,
From the same group that brings Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) the improv performance of “SNHU’s Line Is It Anyway?” came “Mirror Mirror,” presented by SNHU’s Drama Club on the weekend evenings of Dec. 4 and 5. It was the culmination of their hard work this semester, and they showed it off with pride and confidence. Among the characters are the evil queen of
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