By Paul Amaya On Thursday, April 7, Washington, D.C., native and award-winning fiction writer Tara Campbell, alongside three Shenandoah student writers, read some of her creative works to a crowd at Alson […]
by Hannah Pho In the Life Skills Symposium on Thursday, March 31, in the Ferrari room, Shenandoah graduate Matt Laird explained banking and how to build credit. Laird graduated in 2017 and after […]
by Gabrielle Ziegler The National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) games have just started back up and Shenandoah students have the opportunity to attend Washington Spirit games with no price tag attached. On […]
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 […]
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 […]
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. […]
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. […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
By Kasey Dutrow Shenandoah University will host the Best of Fest, a movie night showing three award-winning conservation films, on Oct. 27. These films, selected by Shenandoah University’s Environmental Studies students, were […]
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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 […]
By Bethany Melvin and Ben Mangubat Check out the Active Minds club on campus!
Two college freshmen giving the podcast game a try. In this episode, we discuss the best pro prospects on all teams in the NCAA tournament.