By: June Wambua Editors Note: As with everything here at SU, production on the new film is on hold. We will keep you updated. During these hard times we want to give you some […]
By: Joe Fisher Our movie is goingto Netflix! Santa Girl is coming to Netflix this winter as a part of the service’s Christmas section. The film, co-produced by The Studio at Shenandoah […]
By: Marie Raymond
By Kiara Hagan Brynna Strader has grown up in Winchester and watched Shenandoah University evolve to the place we know it to be today. When her mother started working at SU, she […]
By Max Hendrix Learn the abbreviated history of Dungeons & Dragons with Max & Aga! https://soundcloud.com/mhendrixvo/dd-101-ep-2-history?in=mhendrixvo/sets/d-d-101-a-first-level-course
By Kevin Nealon Come visit the Alamo Drafthouse at 11:30AM Saturday, April 13th to see “Hint of Hope” by AJ Cabbagestalk.
By: Annie Hart
By Annie Hart This past weekend, Feb. 15-17, the university via The (Not Just) Women’s Center put on its annual production of the Vagina Monologues to support the Laurel Center. […]
By: Annie Hart
Interview/Recording/Editor: Hunter Blevins For Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein’s 200 Anniversary, SU participated in “Frankenreads” with live readings of the novel that started a cult following. English Professor, Dr. Sarah Canfield tells us why. […]
By Benjamin Mangubat After spending our first two days exploring Brussels we entered into France, with our first stop being Paris. We spent three full days in Paris where we visited many […]
By: Monica Baranko, Jacob Morgan, Elise Eckman and Rachel Levy
By Rachel Levy Our small city of Winchester is known for the Apple Blossom Festival, Civil War battles, and Shenandoah University. But Blayne Weaver, an accomplished actor, writer and director, wants to […]
By Annie Hart Willkommen, Bienvenue, Welcome! This past weekend, Sept. 29-Oct. 1, the Shenandoah Conservatory performed Cabaret at OBT (Ohrstom-Bryant Theatre). Cabaret is based in Berlin at the start of World War […]
The show was an enchanting musical telling of the ancient tale of a young peasant girl fighting for love in a world where everyone she knows is against her.
“This is a very meaningful way to conclude my career on the Shenandoah stage,” senior acting major Taylor Bloom said, “and I am very grateful for the experience.”