Changes to Master Calendar Create New Opportunities as Well as Challenges

In early November, SNHU launched a new version of Master Calendar, operated on the 25Live interface by CollegeNET, to mitigate the issues and inconsistencies posed by the previous R25 and Master Calendar system. The new version of Master Calendar can still be found via MySNHU along the right-hand bar of the homepage. This version features not only the on-campus Student Events and Activities calendar,

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

Dyeing to Eat Tacos

The Office of Student Involvement at Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) hosted the Tacos and Tie-Dye event at the Last Chapter Pub on Oct.16. Student Involvement along with the marketing managers of the Last Chapter Pub, helped coordinate this event. The event began at 2 p.m. and provided white t-shirts for students who attended the event to tie-dye. There was also a taco bar

There’s No Place Like SNHU: Homecoming 2016

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

Homecoming 2016 Preview: There’s No Place Like SNHU

Homecoming season is just around the corner here at Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU). This year’s theme is There’s No Place Like SNHU; Student Involvement chose this theme to remind current students and alumni that SNHU is their home that they can always return to. Homecoming usually brings in between 1,000 and 1,500 attendees. Alumni and families of current students are invited to spend

Students Celebrate Deason with Fall Foliage Trip

The fall season was kicked off by Southern New Hampshire University’s (SNHU) Student Involvement Office with their annual Fall Foliage field trip. On Sunday, Sept. 19, a group of students was led by Student In­volvement’s Elizabeth Laclair to four destinations in Vermont. The fall-packed activities included visits to the Vermont Teddy Bear Factory, Church Street Marketplace, Cold Hol­low Cider Mill, and the Water­bury Ben

Involvement Fair Showcases Clubs New and Old

On Wednesday, Sept. 14, students at Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) gathered for the Involvement Fair, where they could find many different clubs to join. Each club on campus caters to the diverse population on cam­pus. One such club is the Live Action Role-Playing Club (LARPing Club). Dana Fin­azzo, president of the LARPing Club, was very pleased with the turnout this semester. “So far
Letters from the Editors

Thank you, Student Government

The Student Government Association (SGA) provided ev­ery Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) club and organization a $1,000 Bonus Al­location to their budgets. This bonus will be a permanent ad­dition to club budgets, and will be provided to new and starting clubs as well. This $1,000 bonus will allow the clubs and organizations on campus to increase the extent of their programming and event planning