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SNHU Fulfilling Student Needs with The Cupboard

College campuses struggle with the epidemic of food insecurity among students. SNHU is not immune to this problem. That's why staff from various offices have come together to create a solution called The Cupboard. The Cupboard is a reserve of food and basic personal necessities that is accessible to any SNHU community members in need of these items. Students, staff and faculty can visit
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SNHU Student Affairs Offices Represent at NASPA Conference

Some of SNHU’s biggest names in student affairs made the trek to Springfield, Massachusetts in an ongoing effort to make the campus experience the best it can be. The NASPA Region 1 conference was held November 12-15 and provided affairs professionals an opportunity to convene for various workshops and learning opportunities. NASPA is the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators. Some of SNHU’s attendees
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Email Malfunction Leads to University Wide Chain

Over 350 emails were exchanged on the University College Student (UC_Student) listserv beginning late in the evening of Friday, September 22, with the final email being sent almost 24 hours later. This email chain spurred a variety of responses from students ranging in amusement, anger, frustration, memes, and even sender’s locations and phone numbers. Heather Lorenz, Vice President of Student Affairs and Dean of
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Musician Gives Entertaining And Interactive Performance

Musical performances are almost always crowd pleasers here at SNHU. John Rush, also known as “The Human iPod,” gave a unique and interactive musical performance on the Last Chapter Pub stage on Saturday, March 26. The event was sponsored by the Coordinators of Activities and Programming Events (CAPE). Free soft pretzels and chicken fingers were available to all attendees. Rush’s title of “The Human
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We Are Open To Suggestions

Thanks to Student Government Association (SGA) Suggestion Push Week and the new suggestion board outside our office in the Student Center, the Penmen Press has received an influx of suggestions and ideas for the upcoming academic year. This has allowed us to begin planning for the future of the Penmen Press, and we believe that answering your suggestions is an important way to interact