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Carving Ice to Spinning Fire: Who is Brett “DJ Sterno” Strawn?

Whether he’s wowing fans on the ice or entertaining crowds on the dance floor, Brett Strawn is assured to provide an upbeat performance. Strawn, a senior at Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU), is the alternate captain of the hockey team and a part-time DJ. Strawn embarked on his hockey career when he was just two and a half years old when he would roller
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Avril Lavigne Makes A Comeback with “Head Above Water”

Avril Lavigne is back after a five year break from releasing new music. On September 19, the Canadian punk artist released a ballad titled “Head Above Water.” This new song documents the 34 year old’s personal struggle with Lyme Disease, the very reason for her long break in the first place. She was on tour in 2013 when her health began to diminish. She

SNHU Voice Studio Holds Annual Spring Concert

The SNHU Voice Studio held their annual Voices of SNHU spring concert in the Last Chapter Pub Thursday, March 26 at 5 p.m in front of an extensive, enthusiastic crowd. Guests were greeted by voice instructor Lindsay Rinaldi who introduced the concert’s 16 performers, all of whom were accompanied by pianist Charlie Blood. Rinaldi spent last semester teaching the performing students in MUS-250 during

Paul Santerre: Never a Dull Moment

Paul Santerre just finished up his first semester as a professor at SNHU, although it is far from his first position teaching his passion: music. Paul has been teaching since the Spring of 1983, right after he completed his undergrad at Keene State University, having studied K-12 Music Education. After 15 years, Paul decided to pursue his master degree in Instrumental Conducting at the
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BTS Brings Down the House at 2017 AMA’s

Viewers of the 2017 American Music Awards witnessed history. Introduced by The Chainsmokers, BTS made their U.S. television debut at the 2017 American Music Awards on Sunday, November 19th. BTS is taking the U.S over a landslide by being the first Korean Pop Boy Band to perform on a major American awards show. BTS delivered their latest hit “DNA” with flashy choreography and enormous

Eminem: The Voice of White Working-Class America Long Before Trump

Last month on the BET awards, the well-known rapper Eminem dished out a freestyle dissing president Trump that was largely received positively by his fans and even political pundits like Keith Obermann. “After 27 years of doubts about rap I am now an @Eminem fan, best political writing of the year period,” Olbermann stated on his twitter feed. While Eminem isn’t necessarily saying anything

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