by Annika Rodoff Imagine, you are about to enter the most exciting year of your life yet, one that you spent your entire life working towards. Everyone around you is building that […]
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Color of Consent
Made by Rachel Apostolico The Not Just Women’s Center held an event titled, The Color of Consent, where participants painted a “consent is fries” image. Students were provided with snacks and beverages […]
Athletes Challenges with Mental Health
by Kyle McMeans Sports are always the activities we looked forward to as kids. It was a time for us to hang withour friends, learn about the sports we were playing, and […]
Remembering What You Knew
by Drake Keckley Growing up with having all your grandparents is special. Having nothing wrong, while being able to see them whenever you wanted was a bonus. When you’re younger, you don’t […]
Cancer: The silent killer
by Hannah Krebs I am the youngest daughter of strong and courageous parents that both went through the scare of cancer. My mom specifically was diagnosed with multiple myeloma when I was […]
The Do’s and Donuts of Dating
By Ali Gue The [Not Just] Women’s Center invited Shenandoah University students to share their thoughts on dating at “The Do’s and Donuts of Dating” at the Brandt Student Center on Nov. […]
Battle Between the Ears
by Olivia Atkins One evening after coming home from class, I was so stressed out I just brokedown. It went on for hours and I could not pull myself together. I don’t […]
Student Latinx Organization hosts a Latin Art Night
By Andy Espinoza On Thursday, Nov. 11, Shenandoah University held its annual Latin Art Night, an event dedicated to painting and learning about the different art styles used throughout Latin American history. […]
Hunger Among College Students
by Anna Shenk I am a college student who strives to have and create healthy relationships with foods. I live on a college campus where my access to foods I want, and […]
I am Valid.
by Abby Barefoot Just because I wasn’t raped does not mean that my sexual assault experience is invalidated. If that phrase made you uncomfortable in any way, good. It should make you […]
Are you also afraid of Anesthesia?
by Erika Gulla Growing up I have heard my dad talk about a range of medical issues from his kidneystones to his migraines. Although those are interesting, the story that I have […]
Feeling burnt out from college? You’re not alone.
by Demitri Matenopoulos I knew when I got into college as a freshman, I knew that one of my goals was to be as involved as I possibly could outside of playing […]
Finding Calm Amidst the Chaos: Mindfulness Meditation
by Isabelle Grupac During my first year of college, I joined a meditation program in Blacksburg on the recommendation of my advisor. There was a consensus among my peers that the course […]
What Really Happens to Cows?
by Hailey Moore There used to be a cow at the barn that my cousin went to for horseback riding lessons. When I would go and visit her family she would always […]
One Bite at a Time, One Pound at a time
by Anna Cook I always had an issue with body image growing up, continuously comparing myself to others. High school was where I would say my eating began to fluctuate, where I […]
Elections Next Week
by Rebecca Sims Next Tuesday, November 2nd is an election day in Virginia. While Virginia holds elections every year, this one is particularly special as it is a gubernatorial election. Virginia is […]