by Hannah Pho On Tuesday, Feb. 22, the Environmental Sustainability class had the opportunity to participate in a Climate Advocacy training workshop over Zoom with the Citizens’ Climate Lobby. The instructor of […]
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University’s Leadership Academy Holds First Leadership Luncheon
by Caitlyn Graulau On Feb. 28, Peggy Combs, a retired Major General of the United States Army, spoke to a room of over 30 guests about the importance of leadership and leadership […]
Vision Board Fun!
By Ali Gue The Campus Activities Network (CAN) of Shenandoah University held a vision board event at the Brandt Student Center on Feb. 24 to give students the opportunity to express their […]
Finding Your Love at First Sight in the Alson H. Smith, Jr. Library
By: Gabrielle Ziegler Shenandoah University’s library staff created the first-ever Love Match with a Book program that lasted Feb. 3-28 to help students, faculty, and staff find books suitable for them. Participants […]
You Are Not Weak-Minded.
by Morgan Wuenschel I am not weak-minded. People have told me many times in many different ways that I am weak-minded because of stigmas. I’m not; I am the athlete that is […]
I Will Just Watch One More Episode!
by Austin Partin Over the past year, I spent too much time inside when the pandemic hit the US. OnMarch 12, 2020, was when Shenandoah sent us home due to the spread […]
I Can Eat the Fish I Catch, Right?
by Austin Partin One of my favorite memories that deals with food is always going fishing with my Papaand keeping the fish that we caught throughout the day for dinner. My Papa […]
Modern cancer treatments make patients unable to enjoy their lives; a new approach to treatment could change that.
by Erin Spaulding Cancer is a heartbreaking disease that evokes sadness, pain, and suffering; but I never thought it would cause anger. But the day my Popop, Jim Spaulding, decided to stop […]
Smoking and Lung Cancer: A Deadly Duo
by Caleb Fargo When I was younger my grandma was diagnosed with lung cancer. My family was veryworried and distraught over the sudden news that we had received. It was like the […]
How Anxiety and Depression Affect the Youth
by Haley DeBok Are you ever nervous or fearful in front of other people? Well, you are not alone. I have always suffered from social anxiety and have been afraid of being […]
Mental Health of College Students and Athletes
by Terese Greene Mental Health for college students is a huge topic that should be discussed all around the world. In America 1 in 5 people suffer from mental health and 6 […]
Tackling Concussions Saves Lives
by Braden Holt It was March 13th, 2021, and we were playing our rival high school. We were down coming out of halftime, but we had the ball and were driving down […]
From Cage to Burrito
by Jacey Lanier Every night at work one of the many tasks I have to complete is marinating the chicken we will need for the next day. Looking down at the massive […]
Addressing the Problem with the Lack ofAffordable and Accessible Foods
By Emma Nicely I grew up in a tiny town in Virginia where I was fortunate enough to be exposed to or introduced to many things that other people are not. Gardening, […]
Breaking the Stigma
by Sarah Sondrol I have a genetic inheritance of anxiety. Many of my family members struggle with this trait and it sometimes affects our mental and psychical health. As I have recently […]
Seat Belts Are Lifesaver
by Noah Adams As a survivor of a harsh car accident, I feel like it is my responsibility to help promote and keep everyone safe while operating or riding in a motor […]