Category Archives: Around Winchester

UPDATE: “Justice For D’Londre” movement uses social media to reach out to community

Michelle Adams, Executive Editor

Following the debated suicide of area man D’Londre Minifield last Sunday, a Facebook page entitled Justice For D’Londre organized several demonstrations, two for the following Monday, Feb. 29, and one for Tuesday, March 1. News of the protests was spread widely via this Facebook page, where several Winchester residents posted videos, photographs, and comments documenting the demonstrations.

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BREAKING: Shooting involving black man leads to protests in downtown Winchester

Michelle Adams, Executive Editor

After the apparent suicide of D’Londre Minifield, 20, following a police chase, a Facebook page organized two peaceful demonstrations, a protest and rally, for Monday, Feb. 29, downtown, but there have been reports of protesters banging on car windows as residents drive by, and some are rumored to be armed with baseball bats.

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Winchester native sheds light on UVA rape case

Mary Katherine Francisco, ‘Doah Staff Writer January 21, 2015 Two months after its publication, many are questioning the truth behind Rolling Stone article, “A Rape on Campus: A Brutal Assault and Struggle for Justice at UVA.” Sabrina Rubin Elderly’s article focuses on University of Virginia student “Jackie” who alleges that she was gangraped during a Phi Kappa Psi fraternity party

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Enjoying the Winchester Nightlife

LAURIE CONNELLY ’DOAH STAFF WRITER As you might have noticed, Winchester is not the biggest college town in comparison to most schools. However, there are still plenty of things to do in the area. One thing I recommend is being aware of Old Town Winchester. Most of Shenandoah University’s community would identify it as downtown, but it’s the same thing. There

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Christmas in Winchester means a lot of lights

Laurie Connelly, ‘Doah Staff Writer December 4, 2013 Since Thanksgiving is over, it is officially Christmas time. Around the Winchester area there are several locations for Christmas lights. One location you can see lights everywhere is Clearbrook Park’s Walking in a Winter Wonderland. Plug in 112 Clearbrook Drive into the GPS and brighten up your night with a stroll around

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