How to SNHU: Best Hang-Out Spots Near Campus

Southern New Hampshire University is fortunate to be situated on the outskirts of New Hampshire’s largest city, while being surrounded by the natural beauty of the granite state. With Manchester only ten minutes down the road, there are many local destinations of enjoyment for college students. Whether you want to get off campus or explore what Manchester has to offer, here is a list

Give a Little, Feed a Lot Food Drive a Major Success

The Center for Community Engaged Learning (CCEL) partnered with the New Hampshire Food Bank for their tenth annual Give a Little, Feed a Lot (GALFAL) food drive held on Saturday, September 15. More than 150 student and faculty volunteers trekked into nearby Manchester neighborhoods to collect food from residents to deliver to the New Hampshire Food Bank. The CCEL delivered brown paper bags to

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

A Defining Moment of the Next Generation

Gun violence and school safety have become two issues in current American society. The March for Our Lives protest provided an inter-generational opportunity for SNHU students, SNHU faculty and Americans of all ages, to voice their opinions and concerns on the two issues listed previously. During this past weekend, 53 members of the SNHU community departed campus for Washington D.C. Students were joined by

The Unapologetic Project

Students gathered in the Deborah L. Coffin Women’s Center for the unveiling and final showcase of the portraits from the Unapologetic Project on February 27. The Unapologetic Project is a photographic celebration of black women’s visibility and voices at SNHU. Beginning around 5 p.m., SNHU students and faculty were welcomed into the Women’s Center with hors d'oeuvres and beverages. They were then free to

Self-Defense Classes Offer Education Outside the Classroom

For the past seven years, SNHU has offered Rape Aggression Defense (R.A.D.) classes to SNHU students. This year, SNHU has “been fortunate enough to work with the Hooksett Police Department and their team of instructors,” according to Aaron Schmelzer, Public Safety Supervisor as well as R.A.D. instructor. Schmelzer has been a R.A.D. instructor at SNHU for the past three years. He currently works with

Women in Islamic Society

Growing up, many people heard their parents say three things not to discuss at the dinner table: religion, politics and money. The new Muslim Student Association (MSA) is taking their lunchtime to talk about religion. For those who do not know, MSA is a brand-new organization that had its first general meeting Wednesday, February 21. The club is open for both Muslim and non-Muslim