Give a Little Feed a Lot Breaks Donation Records

The Center for Community Engaged Learning (CCEL) hosted their ninth annual Give a Little, Feed a Lot food drive on Saturday, September 16. Starting at about 9:30 a.m., student volunteers began showing up on the Green Space for registration. Students received t-shirts and were assigned teams before they boarded school buses that brought them to various neighborhoods around Manchester. Each team was given a

Alternative Break Locations Revealed

The Center for Community Engaged Learning (CCEL) released their Alternative Break trip locations today at the Involvement Fair. There will be five trips occurring during spring break this year, including four domestic trips and one international trip. The four domestic trips are to Cincinnati, Ohio; Washington D.C.; Eagle Butte, South Dakota; and Lynchburg, Virginia. The international trip will be to Monte Cristi, Dominican Republic.

How to SNHU: Finding Community Service Opportunities

The Center for Community Engaged Learning (CCEL), located in the the Green Center, is the place to go if you are looking to do any aspect of community service. The office has three sections to it, including Service Learning, Service Projects and Alternative Break. Service Learning is connected to classes at SNHU. Many sociology classes are service learning classes. This means that you have

SNHU Student Leaders Speak out on the Importance of Leadership After Charlottesville

On the night of August 11, several hundred torch-wielding white nationalists gathered on the University of Virginia campus at Charlottesville to protest the removal of a statue of Confederate general, Robert E. Lee. These acts were met with counter-protesters, and a state of emergency was declared by Virginia governor, Terry McAufliffe, on August 12. The violence at Charlottesville intensified following a vehicle driving into
Lisa Allard, Kristy Turner, Codi Lyons, Izzy Proia and Rebecca Lariviere welcome teens to the event.

CCEL Helps Girls Become Prom Ready

SNHU’s Center for Community Engaged Learning (CCEL) put on their fourth annual Girl’s Night Out on Tuesday, April 11, in which high school girls from the Manchester area were invited to SNHU to prepare for prom. The SNHU community donated 450 prom and semi-formal dresses as well as shoes and accessories that girls from four local high schools (Manchester Central High School, Manchester High

Presidential Recap

The Last Chapter Pub hosted to a large group of SNHU students who came together to watch Donald Trump take the oath of office and be sworn in as the forty-fifth President of the United States on Friday, January 20. Students filed in and enjoyed the breakfast treats and beverages that were supplied. Josh Walker, a junior, was at the event because he wanted

“A Path Appears” Bridges Awareness To Human Trafficking

The Center for Community Engaged Learning (CCEL) and the Deborah L. Coffin Women’s Center at Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) hosted a viewing of the documentary "A Path Appears" on January 25 in the Women’s Center to raise awareness of human trafficking. The event began at 6:30 p.m. with a screening of "A Path Appears," a documentary focusing on the issue of human trafficking

SNHU Raises Human Trafficking Awareness

January was Human Trafficking Awareness Month and Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) held events on campus to bring attention to this topic. On Saturday, January 28, The Women’s Center and The Center for Community Engaged Learning held a brunch while they led a discussion about human trafficking. Held in The Women’s Center, the event drew in a significant crowd of people to hear about