The annual International Gala, coordinated by the International Student Association (ISA) with help from the International Student Services, will take place on Friday, April 7 from 5-8:30 p.m. According to junior Mahboba Akhtarzadah, the ISA social media manager, the International Gala is about cultural exchange. “They [people in attendance] really want to share their culture, their ideas, so it’s very friendly environment,” Akhtarzadah said.
The Deborah L. Coffin Women’s Center and the Office of Diversity Program at SNHU partnered together to host a film screening of, “Shadows Fall North” on Tuesday, February 22. The documentary was shown at 7 p.m. in the Women’s Center. Before the film, students were encouraged to help themselves to freshly made popcorn, bottled water and chips to enjoy throughout the event. In
The idea of Black History Month began in 1915, but it was not officially recognized until 1976 under President Gerald Ford. Since then, the month of February has been designated as the month for recognizing the achievements of the African American community as well as the impact African Americans have had on United States history. The Office of Diversity kicked off Black History Month
The annual Town Hall Panel, coordinated by the Student Government Association (SGA) and co-sponsored with The Penmen Press, was held in the Hospitality Salons on Wednesday, Oct. 19 at 6 p.m. Held each fall, “Town Hall is a great way for students to voice their concerns about campus and to receive the latest information about new campus projects and initiatives,” Vice President of SGA