Trust Your Struggle

I have been staring at a blank word document for 20 minutes, trying to come up with post-grad life advice that, along with being helpful, is clear and concise. I believe I struggled with this because, that is not life! Most of the time, life will be messy and confusing. Especially in your twenties, you are trying to figure out what really matters, who

Ashlee Lindsey Wins SGA Presidential Election

On April 7, the results of the Student Government Association (SGA) Spring elections came in. Ashlee Lindsey won the title of SGA President for the 2017-2018 school year with 63 percent of the votes. “I’m so speechless, there are so many people I want to thank,” said Lindsey, a sophomore student in the degree-inthree business administration program. “I hope to accomplish a culture within

SNHU Buddies Celebrates Autism Awareness Month

The month of April is recognized as National Autism Awareness Month. SNHU Buddies and the Coordinators of Activities and Programming Events (CAPE) hosted an autism awareness-themed bingo night on Wednesday, April 12 in the Last Chapter Pub. SNHU Buddies is a relatively new student organization on campus that enables members to establish meaningful friendships with individuals that have intellectual and developmental disabilities. SNHU Buddies

Student Employees Honored

The second annual Student Employee of the Year Reception was held on April 12 in the Hospitality Center on campus. Twenty-four dedicated, hardworking SNHU student workers were nominated for Student Employee of the Year and honored at the reception along with their managers and supervisors. The National Association of Student Employment Administrators (NSEA) designated the second week of April as Student Employment Appreciation Week. NSEA

SNHU Hosts Dream Catchers Friendraiser

SNHU recently hosted a ‘friendraiser’ in partnership with Dream Catchers NH. Organizational Behaviours (OL-342) is taught by Dr. Lowell Matthews. This semester long project required students to not only work in the classroom but outside as well. The event helped Dream Catchers spread the word about their organization, as well as involve the campus and community. They are a non-profit organization, which helps provide

International Gala Spreads Cultural Awareness

On Friday, April 7, the International Student Association, in collaboration with Radio SNHU, Student Government Association, Diversity Programs and others, hosted the 34th Annual International Gala in the small gym of the Athletic Center. The goal of the event, which attracted a large crowd, was to increase awareness of the international community here at SNHU and to promote global culture. The event attracted a

Exit Counselling for Seniors

Second semester is almost over and that means it is almost time to walk the stage and complete exit counseling for any federal student loans students may have taken out while here. Students that took out federal student loans participated in entrance counseling, remember how easy and informative that was? Exit counseling is just as easy, informative, and…required! Exit counseling is an online exercise

Singer Juliette Reilly Rocks The Stage

Singer and Youtuber Juliette Reilly performed at the Last Chapter Pub on Saturday, April 8. This event was put on by the Coordinators of Activities and Programming Events (CAPE). The young pop artist sang songs that were from her two extended plays (EP) “Battlecry” and “I Am” as well as some original songs and covers. By engaging the crowd through singing along to covers,