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The Study Abroad Office Answers All Questions

Are you considering study­ing abroad? Do you know how your financial aid and scholar­ships are used during that pro­cess? How do you know what classes are available abroad? The Southern New Hamp­shire University (SNHU) Study Abroad Office has answered all of these questions on their website found on the mySNHU webpage. Students can find answers to many questions there as well as through contacting
Arts & Entertainment

It’s Strange to Not Watch “Doctor Strange”

Since 2008, moviegoers have been watching Marvel’s heroes take to the silver screen. In the eight years that the MCU has unfolded there have been arguably no real duds, with each film receiving praise and leaving audiences craving the next installment. After the gigantic hit of “Captain America: Civil War,” the bar has been set even higher than normal. Thankfully, “Dr. Strange” is not
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“Battlefield 1” Brings the Franchise Back to Glory

Set during the infamous first World War, also known as the Great War when it was ac­tually happening, “Battlefield 1” hopes to do the horror and sense of awe the time period gave justice. And it succeeds at doing just that. “Battlefield 1” is the best game in the franchise to date, topping excellent entries like “Battlefield 3” and possibly surpassing “Battlefield 1942” and

Lady Gaga Reinvents Herself on “Joanne”

It’s hard to believe that it’s been 8 years since Lady Gaga burst on to the scene, taking the media by storm with her eccentric persona and dance­floor-ready synth-pop. Her latest recording, “Joanne,” sees the singer taking a more grounded, straightforward approach. Leading up to the release of the album, Gaga dropped a pair of killer singles that re­ally got my attention. “Perfect Illusion,”
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“Your Heart is a Muscle the Size of a Fist” A Powerful Narrative with Seven Voices

Sunil Yapa’s debut novel tells a fictionalized version of the events of the 1999 Seattle protests on the World Trade Organization. Told in alternat­ing limited third-person, the novel follows seven very differ­ent characters that all experi­ence the same day. Over the course of the novel, readers follow nineteen-year-old Victor (a black run­away), police chief Bishop (Vic­tor’s white stepfather), King (a female twenty-something pro­testor), Officers

Caribbean Night Brings Live Reggae Music to the Last Chapter Pub

The Office of Student In­volvement (OSI) at Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) hosted Caribbean Night featuring reggae music at the Last Chapter Pub on Oct. 28. Student Involvement and the managers of the pub helped coordinate this event. The event began at 8 p.m. and featured the reggae funk band Boom Lava. The band provided live music for the students who attended the event.

Men’s Group Offers New Space for Open Discussion

The Office of Diversity Pro­grams at Southern New Hamp­shire University (SNHU) has of­ficially added a new club to the roster: The Men’s Group. There are no financial or academic re­quirements to join the club. The Men’s Group was started by Jhoswell Rosario and Zachery Palmer as a way to bring those who identify as male closer together to form a com­munity. This includes students,

Credit Score Is A Problem No More

A credit score is more than just a number; it’s a snapshot of a person’s financial responsi­bility. In order for someone to maximize their credit score, they must know how it works. Here are four facts about credit scores people should know. Credit reports are not the same as credit scores. A credit report, which starts when some­one takes out a loan or opens