Robert Frost Hall Gets Wired

This article was originally posted in the SNHU Observer (Volume VIII, Issue 6) on March 7, 2002: Over the past couple of months people have marveled at the new building's design. There is far more than meets the eye. In an effort to find out what Robert Frost Hall was made of technologically, this reporter set out to get some information about what goes

Pay For Printing? Not So Fast

This article was originally posted in the SNHU Observer (Volume XIX, Issue 6) on February 6, 2013: There are rumors swirling around campus regarding the new printing system. Some students say it is another way for the school to "nickel and dime" everyone, others say it is one way for the school to cut costs. The real truth is that SNHU is continuing to become

SNHU Student Traveled to Africa to Give Back to Children

In her semester off of her second year of college, Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) senior Ambika Menon was offered an internship in Ho, Ghana at the New Seed International (NSI) nonprofit organization. She was not only a caregiver to orphans and boarding students but also taught in a first grade classroom and volunteered in the free health community clinic. “I loved being completely
Arts & Entertainment

The Palace Theatre Presents “A Christmas Carol”

The Palace Theatre in Manchester, NH opened their production of “A Christmas Carol” on Dec. 2. The Charles Dickens classic has become an annual tradition for them. In the story, miserly Ebenezer Scrooge is visited by three ghosts on Christmas Eve. The ghosts reveal to Scrooge the impact of his past, present, and future in the hopes that he may change his ways. The

Wadjda Ends Fall Films

Southern New Hampshire University’s (SNHU) School of Arts and Science presented a Saudi Arabian movie, Wadjda in Dec. 7 at the Walker Auditorium. Vanessa Rocco, assistant professor of art history, and Deborah Varat, the chair professor at the Department of Art and Science, hosted the event. A good amount of undergraduate and graduate students came to watch the movie. “They have generally increased in

Take Time Before You Sign

Buying a car, while exciting, is a decision that takes planning. Aside from examining safety features, look, technology, and gas efficiency it is just as important to consider the financial aspects of financing a car. According to Edmunds. com, in 2014, the average price for buying a used car was $16,800 and continues to rise. For students considering buying a used car, it is

Slam Poet Engages Pub

On Nov. 28, slam poet Ebony Stewart performed her poetry for a group of students in the Last Chapter Pub at Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU). This event was hosted by the Coordinators of Activities and Programming Events (C.A.P.E) at SNHU as a part of Winter week. Stewart is a nationally acclaimed spoken word artist who uses her poetry to discuss topics such as