News

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
News

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
News

Protection from Identity Theft

Identity theft is a serious problem in the United States. Ac­cording to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, there were 17.6 mil­lion reports of stolen identities in 2014 with an average of $3,500 in losses. In an effort to protect your identity, always be careful about what information you share. In­formation that should be protect­ed include your name, social secu­rity number (SSN), date of birth,
News

International Women’s Day 2016

On Tuesday, March 8, Southern New Hampshire Uni­versity (SNHU) will celebrate International Women’s Day on campus. This is a day of celebra­tion recognized by many coun­tries around the world who encourage accelerating gender parity (this year’s theme) while celebrating the achievements of women. Organized by Brooke Gilm­ore, the director of the Debo­rah L. Coffin Women’s Center, the day will consist of a series of
News

Tour of the Taza Chocolate Factory

Students for Environmen­tal Action (SEA) organized and sponsored a trip to Somerville, Mass. to visit the Taza Chocolate Factory on Feb. 6. The president of SEA, Hannah Pierce continued this annual event because students have enjoyed the chocolate tour for the past few years. The tour began with a greeting from the Taza Chocolate Factory clerk who then showed students around the store and