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Dr. Sara Howe: For the Love of Teaching

On the third floor of Robert Frost lies an office that greets incomers with an “X-Files” poster, books by the dozens, Funko Pops and Dr. Sara Howe. Dr. Howe is an assistant professor of English and the Creative Writing coordinator at SNHU. Her job involves administrative duties, advising students, mentoring the Creative Writing club, as well as managing other English department related work on
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Infinite Opportunity For Future Writers

The Career Development Center at SNHU welcomed all aspiring writers to attend a panel session titled, “What Can I Do with My Writing Skills?” on Tuesday, March 28 in the Gustafson Center.  The purpose of the event was to enlighten SNHU students on the various job opportunities available to them. Conversations were centralized around how students can implement their writing skills in various types
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Open Mic Night

The Creative Writing Club hosted their only Open Mic Night of the semester on Friday, Dec. 2, at Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU). The event took place in the Last Chapter Pub at 6:00 p.m. The purpose of the event was to encourage students from and outside of the club to share and present their work. The floor was open and the mics were
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Open Mic Night

An Open Mic Night, sponsored by the Creative Writing Club, Student Activists for Gender Equality (SAGE) and Generation Equality, was held on Nov. 5 in the Pub. The theme for the event was equality, and students were encouraged to share poems, short stories, or songs around this theme. The night began strong with cookies, and a performance by Richie Oliver and his guitar, playing