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 […]
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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 […]
Benefits of Nutritional Outreach Programs
by Fallon Spittel As a college student, I struggle to buy groceries every week because I end up spending too much on other expenses. I try to eat healthily and stick to […]
Human Error in Healthcare
by Michael Sheil I am a football player, and as a football player, I am constantly encouraged to play throughpain. This means it is critical to be given accurate information about whether […]
What is Dairy Doing to Us?
by Kelsi Ross During the first summer of Covid, my sister decided to go dairy-free in hopes it would help her eczema. In solidarity and hopes of a little weight loss, I […]
Local Non-profit seeks SU Student for Paid Internship
by Kasey Dutrow Potomac Riverkeeper Network, a non-profit organization based in Washington DC, haspartnered with Shenandoah University for the 2nd year in seeking an intern for the spring andfall 2022 semesters. The […]
College Wrestling, Hope for a Safer Season
by Colton White I spent my freshman year of college at a place called Graceland University, which is insouthern Iowa. This was my first time having to be extremely far away from […]
by Ashley Carrier How many pesticides have you encountered today? If you say none, you will be shocked by the wide use of pesticides in your daily life. There was a time […]
The Effects of Becoming a Caregiver at a Young Age
by Berk Pryor When being tasked with the responsibility of becoming a caregiver at a young age, emotional and psychological effects are more prevalent. When I was around the age of 7 […]
COVID-19: The forgotten toll
by Ashley Carrier COVID-19 started my freshman year in college, now halfway through my junior year we are still dealing with the effects of this pandemic, but many people have forgotten about […]
Is the Food We Eat Clean?
by Heather Cornell My family and I consume meat, dairy, eggs, vegetables, and fruits each day that are sold at grocery stores and prepared at restaurants. I sometimes worry if the foods […]
MEN-tal Health Matters
by Aaron Mugrage As a twenty-year-old man living in a middle-class, stable home for most of my life, you might say I have it pretty good. My parents have always made sure […]
Never Good Enough
by Jenna L. McDuff You will never get married. You will never have kids. You will never be a doctor. You will quit when things get hard. You are a disappointment. This […]
Suicide is a problem and not a solution.
by Ashley Grimes During my sophomore year of college, I woke up to get ready for our 6 AM Lacrosse practice. The whole morning was weird ever since I woke up, I […]
Have Depression? Know The Facts!
by Kasyah Barnette A few years ago, I lost a family member to lung cancer. Many of my family members were hurt and blind-sided by how fast it all happened. While I […]
Save Yourself and Wear a Seatbelt
by Rebekah Pugh I am a daughter. My family and I were affected by the choices of others. On Friday, December 11, 2015, my father was in a car accident. The accident […]