Destination Baton Rouge: Intervarsity Christian Fellowship’s Week of Service

Over Spring Break, Intervarsity Christian Fellowship traveled to Baton Rouge, Louisiana for a week of service. There, they met 150 other undergraduate students from university chapters around the northeast. In Baton Rouge, Intervarsity Christian Fellowship repaired damages to homes that had occurred during the 2016 flooding. Shannon Conway (’18), shared that “Intervaristy boarded a coach bus ready for a grueling 30-hour bus ride... Going

SNHU Club Hockey Team in Debt: Donations to Keep the Men on the Ice

Heading into the 2017-2018 winter season, the SNHU Club Hockey team faces serious financial difficulties. A member of the American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA), the team has started a Go Fund Me page where people are encouraged to donate so the team can remain a participating team in the league. Their page states, “Unless we make up the deficit we have encountered from our 2016-2017

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

Clubs and Organizations: Student Government Association

The Southern New Hampshire University Student Government Association (SGA) strives to create community, boost campus pride, listen and act, and provide funding. We are comprised of five executive board members and 25 senators. Those who are part of the organization went through an elections process in either the spring or fall to obtain their roles. We meet bi-weekly on Tuesdays for Senate meetings, that

Clubs and Organizations: Culinary Student Association

It is no secret that food is vital to human existence, but to many of us, it is so much more than that. Food is a source of excitement, a facet of culture and a catalyst for innovation. SNHU’s Culinary Student Association (CSA) aims to give students the opportunity to sample unfamiliar products, learn new techniques, and broaden their culinary knowledge. CSA is run

Clubs and Organizations: Computer and Technology Club

The Computer Technology Club (CTC) is a club that enables students interested in computers and other technologies to come together and learn more about the field with fun member-driven projects. CTC provides a space where students can work together on IT projects with assistance from fellow members. Most recently, CTC worked on a ‘Smart Mirror’ project. The smart mirror is a two-way mirror with

Club and Organizations: Sports Management Club

The Sports Management Club is an organization that focuses on the study of sports management and interests those in the sports industry. The purpose of the Sports Management Club is to provide students the opportunity to experience the different aspects of the sports industry and to learn, firsthand, about the field of Sports Management. This club will broaden the perspectives of its members and provide

Clubs and Organizations: Hospitality Student Association

The Hospitality Student Association (HAS) is an exciting experiential organization on the SNHU campus that helps students discover what the Hospitality industry has to offer. The Hospitality industry includes travel, hotels, events, food and beverage, and so much more. HSA has previously taken tours of the Anheuser Busch Factory, SNHU Arena, Omni Mount Washington Resort, and even cruise ships. The last three years HSA

Clubs and Organizations: Gearheads

The Gearheads is a club for any and all automotive enthusiasts (trucks, cars, modified, stock, motorcycles, etc.). We put on events that are educational and create a positive environment for automotive enthusiasts to share ideas, collaborate, and enjoy their common interest. We strive for interests and opinions to be appreciated and accepted, whether or not you personally agree with them. On September 23 from