Transitional Odyssey Offers Students New Opportunities

Life rarely ceases to sur­prise, and transitioning to SNHU is no exception to this rule. Preparation for this mas­sive life change often involves a potent combination of surg­ing excitement with neurotic nervousness. However, that's the beauty of it all. Before I came to SNHU I attended Norwalk Community College (NCC) back in Con­necticut. While my old school provided stability hand-in-hand with a familiar environ­ment,

Resume Prep for Career Fair

SNHU’s Career Develop­ment Center (CDC) organized the Resume Critique Night on Wednesday, February 8 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on the first floor of the Gustafson Center. Approximately 20 profes­sionals including marketing managers and recruiters from different companies in the New England area were invited to help undergraduate students from all majors. Many students attended the event to have their resumes cri­tiqued in

Braving the Cold: Dead or Alive

Walking Dead fans flocked to The Last Chapter Pub on Sunday, February 12 for a spe­cial screening of season seven’s mid-season premiere. The event saw an impressive turnout that proved the popu­larity of the show with SNHU students. Student Involvement and SNHUmans vs. Zombies (SvZ) co-sponsored the event and provided students with free piz­za. If that wasn’t enough to get students to brave the

SNHU Women Don the Hijab in Support and Solidarity

The Deborah L. Coffin Women’s Center sent an open invitation to SNHU students to learn about hijabs, which are headscarves that some Muslim women wear, and then to participate in wear­ing one. This event took place on Thursday, February 2 from 7-9 p.m. in the Green Center and was co-sponsored with the International Students As­sociation. The event was to celebrate World Hijab Day, which

Compound Interest: Tool or Weapon

For some, compound in­terest may be a new term and a new concept. However, for students in college, it is cru­cial that this daunting term is understood. Simply put, com­pound interest is the additional amount of money that is added to an already existing balance. Compound interest can either work for or against students depending on whether they are borrowers or investors. According to

Build Interview Skills

The Southern New Hamp­shire University Career & Pro­fessional Development Center in the Gustafson Center has many great features and resources for students. One of these is the new interview rooms. On-campus interviews are important for all SNHU stu­dents. These opportunities allow the student to interview with employers for internships and jobs right on campus. By having a central loca­tion on campus, it is easier

“Trapped” Screening Inspires Discussion

The Deborah L. Coffin Women’s Center at SNHU sponsored the film screening “Trapped” on Tuesday, Febru­ary 7. The documentary was shown at 7 p.m. in the Women’s Center. Before the film screening, students were provided with various refreshments such as pizza, popcorn and soda to en­joy throughout the event. Along with the refreshments, students were encouraged to watch and reflect on the film. The

“Sexy Feast” Relates Food to Sex

Sex educator Jay Friedman came to SNHU to deliver an informative and interactive lecture on sex education. On Wednesday, February 15, the Wellness Center collaborated with six other clubs, organiza­tions and offices on campus to bring truth to many miscon­ceptions of sex that stem from poor sex education. Titled, “Sexy Feast: What Our Favorite Foods Teach Us About Sex,” Friedman named food for each