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How SNHU Could Become More Pedestrian Friendly

With the recent opening of Dunkin' on campus, foot traffic to the Academic Center has increased substantially. With this comes the question, how pedestrian friendly is SNHU? If we take a look at the crosswalks, sidewalks, and streets around campus, we can see that the answer is not friendly enough. With the large increase in foot traffic to the Academic Center, it's important for
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Self Care Tips to Avoid End of Year Burnout

The end of a school year can be filled with a lot of stress and anxiety about finishing everything on time. As the academic year draws to a close, it’s easy to find yourself overwhelmed with final projects, papers, and exams. Amidst it all, it’s important to prioritize self-care to maintain both mental and physical well-being. Here are some effective tips to help navigate
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ADC Starts Fresh

After a rather disappointing start to their tenure at SNHU, American Dining Creations (ADC) and the university re-established expectations to make the partnership more successful going forward. The change is spearheaded by a change in command with Joe Sciancalepore taking over as general manager. After a 15-year partnership with Sodexo, it is understandable that there are going to be some growing pains with whoever
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New England Aquarium Trip

Students departed from the Student Center at 10:45am on November 18 for Boston, Massachusetts. In an event hosted by the Outing Club, students traveled to the New England Aquarium. Founded in 1969, the aquarium is a well-known attraction that is home to a large variety of marine life. The group eagerly arrived around noon to spend a few hours exploring the aquarium and meeting
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The Need For A Sensory Room

What is a sensory room? This is a question that many students have been asked and here lies an answer. A sensory room is a relaxation room that focuses on stimulating your five senses: touch, smell, sound, sight, and taste. This would be a room on campus where students who are overwhelmed by classes or life can go to relax. This room would have

Preventing the Fall of the Lego Tower: Identifying Burnout and Tips for Burnout Prevention

Burnout is that feeling when life’s opportunities stock up like a child’s Lego tower, one block away from falling over. American culture requires us to spend a large portion of our day at work, which for many is the main source of the climbing Legos. It might also be school, extended family, or the kids; but it is burnout regardless of the definition or

Student Experience with Accessibility at SNHU

Creating an accepting academic environment starts with making education attainable to all. Accommodating the needs of students who live with physical, mental, or sensory disabilities creates equal opportunities for students to learn. While faculty and staff at SNHU recognize the importance of accessibility, students share their personal experiences regarding on-campus accessibility. "The campus and all the buildings are very accessible, I've never had any

Stark Hall Demolished, So What Now?

The demolition of Stark Hall, which was located beside Exeter Hall, occurred at the end of October. The demolition lasted approximately two weeks with different stages for the removal of the building. Students, especially those in Kingston Hall, enjoyed watching two excavators tear the building shreds. While what's next for the space is undecided, an "adult playground" and activity center would be a staple

Culinary Freedom, or Kitchen Nightmare?

The uncleanliness of Kingston's communal kitchen is a calamitous nightmare. Dishes pile so high in the sink that residents have no way to clean their own; as a result, students have resorted to placing dirty dishes on top of the microwave. This unsanitary environment stretches beyond simple chores and has begun to put other students' health at risk. The cupboards, which once held all

Homecoming is Back and Better Than Ever

After a three-year hiatus due to COVID-19, in-person Homecoming returned to campus from October 14-16. Many alumni and parents were found exploring the campus, participating in events, and attending athletic events. Homecoming is a treasured event and a great opportunity for alumni to reconnect with the campus they once called home. During the Street Fair on October 15, the SETA Green Space was packed