SNHU Celebrates Student Veterans

The Student Veteran Asso- ciation (SVA) organized daily events to commemorate and celebrate all those who have served in the past and present while raising awareness to the club and large population of student veterans on campus. Veteran’s Week at Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) began Nov. 8 and ran until Nov. 14. The week commenced with a trip open to all students to
Arts & Entertainment

“Spectre”: Craig’s Bond’s Swan Song

Let me preface this by saying I’ve never seen a Bond film. I paradoxically went into “Spectre” not knowing what to expect, and left with exactly what I expected. Looking at “Spectre” from a technical standpoint, I can confidently say that this film is incredible, with amazing cinematography, a beautiful score, and excellently casted characters. The biggest drawback the film suffers from, however, is
Arts & Entertainment

The Peanuts: Twenty-First Century Reboot

Whenever something is “reimagined” or “rebooted”, fans of the original material usually cry out in agony. In this day and age, whenever something timeless is brought back into the limelight, it will more often than not be updated to be more marketable to the current youth demographic. So, like the rest of the world, when I heard the announcement that Schultz’s timeless comic “Peanuts”