January 9, 2012
BEDFORD, N.H. -- Even before the Iowa caucus-goers slipped their paper ballots into the box to finish off their state's moment in the media glare, New Hampshire was getting ready Tuesday to move into the spotlight, and campaign volunteers sprang to action, folding mailers and assembling plastic yard signs... Dean Spiliotes, her colleague at Southern New Hampshire University, said voters are swayed more by prior political contests than they like to admit. That makes Iowa and New Hampshire important gatekeepers.
For international student Angelica Marotta, graduating from Southern New Hampshire University came with an extra surprise.
SNHU students, alumni and employees contributed nearly 4,500 hours at 89 projects as part of Southern New Hampshire University’s second annual Global Days of Service project.
Dr. Marc Wilson has seen the mental health counseling field's and society’s views about mental illness change in myriad ways. His assessment: We’ve come a long way but still have a long way to go.