SNHU Hosts Game of Life

An event called The Game of Life will be held at 8 p.m. in the Miles room located in the dining hall on Monday, April 16. This event is a simulation that is meant to start a conversation on campus about familiar stereotypes that students face. Each individual falls into a diverse category that is subjected to different stigmas which are not addressed within

CAPE’s New Take on SNHUstock Announced at Big Money Bingo

Last night, to a packed house playing Big Money Bingo, the Coordinators of Activities and Programming Events (CAPE) announced that their annual Spring event, SNHUStock, would be taking on a whole new look this year. “It’s going to be very different than anything you’ve ever seen before,” Event Coordinator and CAPE Executive Board member Shannon Conway ('18) said moments before the reveal took place.

From Student Center to Glow Center: Clubs Brighten up the Semester

The Student Center was transformed to the Glow Center on Friday, January 19 for the fourth Welcome Back Bash. Organized by the Coordinators of Activities and Programming Events (CAPE) and co-sponsored by 10 other clubs and organizations, the glow-themed event was a part of 2018’s Welcome Back Weekend. “[This] event is mainly geared toward giving students an alternative program to go to rather than

Tom Balestracci: Involved for Life

Some professionals in their industries knew that they would be in their respective careers from the moment they entered university. Others ended up in their fields by accident, but now have zero intentions of leaving. One of those who didn’t know where he’d end up right away is Thomas Balestracci, the Assis­tant Director of Student Involve­ment at SNHU. Balestracci, 26, is in his sec­ond
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Ashley Kaminski Awarded Ken M. Bedeni Student Leader Award at NACA Northeast 2017

On November 2, SNHU’s student-led organization, Coordinators of Activities and Programming Events (CAPE), traveled to Hartford, Connecticut for the National Association for Campus Activities (NACA) Conference. This conference is dedicated to increasing the leadership capabilities of student programmers while empowering them to bring diverse and unique programming opportunities back to their university. While a meaningful and educational experience for the members who attended, this
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Drama Club, Office of Diversity, Generation Equality and CAPE to Produce “Rocky Horror Picture Show”

The cast and crew are ready to jump to the left and a step to the right into the world of Rocky Horror. On Tuesday October 31 at 9 p.m., the Drama Club will be preforming a live screen play in Walker Auditorium, located in the Robert Frost building, of the infamous “Rocky Horror Picture Show.” This event is free and anybody is invited

Fetty Wap and Matt Corman Energize SNHU Major Homecoming Concert

On October 13, Southern New Hampshire University’s student-run organization Coordinators of Activities and Programming Events (CAPE) hosted their annual major concert as a part of 2017’s Homecoming celebration. Selling out in the first 13 hours of being on sale earlier this month, the concert was set to be bigger and better than its predecessors. In this regard, the concert met and exceeded many people’s
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Getting Ready for Fetty Wap and Homecoming 2017: Destination SNHU

Attention, Penmen! SNHU will be hosting its Homecoming Weekend from Friday October 13 to Sunday, October 15. To kick off the weekend, CAPE will be sponsoring their annual concert, featuring artist Fetty Wap with opener and SNHU alumni Matt Corman. The Student Government Association (SGA) will be sponsoring a pump-up event prior to the concert located in the Athletic Complex at 6 p.m. for