Category Archives: Buzz Blog

The Buzz Announces 2019-2020 Editorial Staff

Hello SU and Buzz Community,   It gives me great pleasure to announce the 2019-2020 editorial staff:   Anna-Claire Hart – Editor-in-Chief Bethany Melvin – Print Editor Benjamin Mangubat – Visuals Editor   These individuals have put in countless time and effort to The Buzz and truly have a vision of success for The Buzz. I cannot wait to see

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Pause The Music, The Future of De’Angelo’s Dance Party

By Noah Stitt Dance Party with De’Angelo has become a well know staple on our campus over the past year. The dynamic and lively fitness class led by the charismatic De’angelo Wynn has progressed a lot since first being offered. What was once believed to only have a couple people show up for it, now constantly has 70 plus participants

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Chris Oates – Against All Odds

Local Winchester resident Chris Oates thoroughly enjoyed his stand out High School basketball career at Millbrook High before going on to play college basketball. It wasn’t until his Sophomore season when Oates realized he had the talent to play college basketball. He was heavily recruited by a bunch of Division 1 and Division 3 schools such as American University and

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Big Risks Equal Big Rewards For International Students

By Chris Oates Shenandoah University students call many different places home. Pennsylvania, Maryland, West Virginia, and various parts of Virginia are the hotspots for incoming freshmen and transfers. While most of us can make a simple 2 hour drive back home over a long weekend or for christmas break, other students aren’t so lucky.   According to Lora Steiner, The

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SU Transfer Students Embrace New Challenges

By Nathan Lewando Tough. Difficult. Challenging. That is how Shenandoah University transfer students are describing their first semester. From feeling separated socially to having to make adult decisions for the first time, these students are facing challenges in their lives they haven’t seen before.   Chris Oates, a transfer to Shenandoah that’s been here over three years, says it’s definitely

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