SNHU Hosts Game of Life

An event called The Game of Life will be held at 8 p.m. in the Miles room located in the dining hall on Monday, April 16. This event is a simulation that is meant to start a conversation on campus about familiar stereotypes that students face. Each individual falls into a diverse category that is subjected to different stigmas which are not addressed within

New Leadership Program to Educate Students About Inclusion

Many SNHU students have a strong desire to increase their leadership skills. Such skills can be gained through involvement in programs and organizations on campus, such as Signature Leadership and Student Government Association (SGA). This semester, the Office of Diversity Programs is sponsoring “Inclusive Leadership,” a new program that aspires to educate students about the importance of inclusion in the workplace. Kayla Page, director

Martin Luther King Breakfast Celebrates Civil Rights Movement

The month of January can be represented by two significant annual occurrences: the return to school for students across the country and the celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The SNHU Office of Diversity celebrated the holiday by sponsoring the second annual MLK Breakfast on January 18. The theme of this year’s breakfast was women and children of the Civil Rights Movement. Kayla

Louisa Martin: A Legacy Like No Other

Recently, the SNHU community lost one of its most valued members, Louisa Martin. As the director of the Diversity Initiatives office, Louisa Martin will be remembered for her wisdom, warm smile and commitment to making SNHU and the world a better place. The SNHU community shared some of their favorite memories with The Penmen Press. “Her witty jokes, feisty atti­tude, and that contagious smile

Celebration of Light 2.0

On Dec 2. the Student Government Association (SGA) chapter at Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) held its annual Celebration of Light ceremony in the Student Center from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. While this event has been held in the past, this year, participants may have noticed a refreshing difference from years past. For the first time here at SNHU, the Celebration of Light