Freedom of Speech

SNHU celebrated Constitution Day on September 18. In 2005, the federal government passed a bill requiring any universities receiving federal funds to commemorate this day with educational programming. Sponsored by the late Senator Robert Byrd (D-WV), the bill reads: "Each educational institution that receives Federal funds for a fiscal year shall hold an educational program on the United States Constitution” (Pub. L. 108-447, div.

One Click Away from Financial Success

Confused about what a credit score actually means? Wondering how student loan interest works? Do not worry, not all students have the opportunity to take a personal finance class in high school and that can leave some serious gaps in basic financial skills like budgeting, credit management and borrowing. SNHU’s Financial Literacy team has SNHU students covered, however. Over the summer, a new interactive

The Work Study Rush

Work study is a great way to get a foot in the door when looking for a job after college. Work study can provide students with valuable skills that they will use for the rest of their lives while helping students receive some money for the year. Finding a work study job on campus can be increasingly difficult as the year goes on; if
Arts & Entertainment

“Destiny 2” is an Uncommonly Good Sequel

“Destiny 2” was a game that was expected to fail, but Bungie Studios delivered to its fans with the release of an excellent sequel. Bungie took a different approach this time around by switching up multiplayer, while also greatly improving upon the story of the “Destiny” universe. This game is loosely a First-Person Shooter Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game (FPS MMORPG) and stands alongside

Penmen Profile: Tyler McLaren

Cross Country is a difficult sport that challenges one’s endurance and self-discipline; however, when you have supportive friends and family by your side, the sport becomes less of a challenge and more of a passion. Senior Tyler McLaren has been running competitive cross country since his sophomore year of high school. He attended Bishop Guertin High School in Nashua, New Hampshire where he stood
Arts & Entertainment

Foo Fighters Deliver More of the Same on “Concrete and Gold”

The first CD I ever purchased with my own money was Foo Fighters’ “Echoes, Silence, Patience, & Grace.” I was ten years old, and it was my first experience with music I could call my own, separate from the music my parents liked. A decade and three albums later, I’ve fallen out of grace with the band. “Concrete and Gold,” their latest, is packed

Sarah Stearns is the New Director of Academic Advising

As of this year, Sarah Stearns has taken on a new role at SNHU. Recently, she has been titled Director of Academic Advising. Located in the Green Center, Sarah Stearns can be found in the Academic Advising Office for Campus undergraduate day students. The overall vision of the Advising Office is to educate and empower all students in their academic development at SNHU. Beyond
Arts & Entertainment

Brockhampton’s “Saturation II” is Wonderfully Diverse

Brockhampton, the still fresh-to-the-scene rap collective composed of artists that met through a rap-oriented forum, released their second studio album on August 25, 2017, just a few months after their debut album “Saturation.” “Saturation II” contains a number of expertly well produced songs, none of which sound like what came before them. The diversity present on this album is its strongest asset. With most