Before we get into it, let’s start by saying that this is an April Fool’s issue. There’s real news, as usual, but there’s also a section in this issue dedicated to joke articles. Fake news, if you will. They’re meant to be humorous and not taken seriously. So don’t get confused. We’ve run into issues with that in the past. For years now, the
SNHU will host its first Game Design Showcase on April 9, an event where game design students will be showing off their best projects and ideas. The first of its kind, this event for SNHU is both a celebration of the hard work game design students have put in all year and a networking opportunity. Many local developers, both students and independents, are expected
The year began with four separate construction projects underway on the SNHU campus. The Green Center and the Gustafson Center opened earlier this year, while the new residence hall, athletic complex and stadium are still under construction and are scheduled to be open for the start of the fall semester. Director of Residence Life, Shannon Brown, is excited about the current projects on campus
The annual International Gala, coordinated by the International Student Association (ISA) with help from the International Student Services, will take place on Friday, April 7 from 5-8:30 p.m. According to junior Mahboba Akhtarzadah, the ISA social media manager, the International Gala is about cultural exchange. “They [people in attendance] really want to share their culture, their ideas, so it’s very friendly environment,” Akhtarzadah said.
SNHU’s Introduction to Journalism class traveled to New England Cable News’ (NECN) headquarters in Newton, Massachusetts on March 1 for an inside look at how a broadcast news station runs. The Career Development Center set up the field trip as a first meet and greet between SNHU students and NECN to prepare for an internship program at the network for the university’s students. The