The winners of the International Education Week (IEW) Photography Competition were contacted on Monday, November 27. There were four categories and three overall winners, all pursuing their master’s in information technology. Warseem Akram Pension Honnur won two categories: Home is Where the Heart is and My Favorite Place. The Going Global category was won by Divya Paripati’s photo and Vishwal Shah’s photo won A
On Friday, April 7, the International Student Association, in collaboration with Radio SNHU, Student Government Association, Diversity Programs and others, hosted the 34th Annual International Gala in the small gym of the Athletic Center. The goal of the event, which attracted a large crowd, was to increase awareness of the international community here at SNHU and to promote global culture. The event attracted a
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.
Diwali, or Dipawali, is the biggest and most important holiday in India and for people that are a part of the Hindu faith. The festival gets its name from a row (Avali) of clay lamps (Deepa) that light up the outside areas of people’s homes. This is to symbolize the inner light that protects them from spiritual darkness. This festival is as important to
Southern New Hampshire University’s (SNHU) homecoming weekend started on Oct. 14 and continued until Oct. 17 with a series of athletic events, alumni reunions, and other fun activities. On Oct. 15, many alumni, families, students and SNHU friends attended the street fair to check out all of the different vendors and tables. Students and families enjoyed the carnival games, variety of foods from food