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 […]
By Andrew Coffman Dr. Joey Gawrysiak always loved video games. “When I was in high school I would keep a T.V., an Xbox, a controller, and a game in the backseat of […]
Life is an unexpected journey of trials and tribulations. When people like to express that they have it rough they say, “Walk a mile in my shoes.” But be careful who you […]
By Joe Fisher Life is an unexpected journey of trials and tribulations. When people like to express that they have it rough they say, “Walk a mile in my shoes.” But be […]
By: Andrew Coffman In the early spring of 2015 after most workouts you would find Hayden Bauserman in his truck, alone. After transferring to SU midway through the 2014-2015 school year Hayden […]
Today we welcome Freshman Wesley Starling from Hampton, Virginia. Wesley is a class of 2022 Midfielder here at Shenandoah University What is your major? I am a business major. I want to […]
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 Jahvon Noray
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 […]
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 Brandon Cash We have all had problems with parking here on the Shenandoah University campus. Whether it is students, staff or the faculty, this year it seems campus security is cracking […]
By Sebastian Lewis and Ty Derrington Two SU students weigh in with their thoughts on whether or not NFL players should be guaranteed more money.
By Kevin Nealon Come visit the Alamo Drafthouse at 11:30AM Saturday, April 13th to see “Hint of Hope” by AJ Cabbagestalk.
By Nathan Lewandowski Glenn Lewandowski never cared about getting money to play the video game called rocket league, never paid much attention to the people who are making that money, and certainly […]
By Andrew Coffman Piles of homework and increased stress can be a recipe for depression. Mid-semester anxiety can be crippling, but you can prevent it from happening. Shenandoah has multiple outlets […]
By Alex Horvath Coming off of a tough 6-10-1 record in 2018, Shenandoah Men’s soccer is looking towards new head coach Zack MacDougall to lead them in the right direction. Shenandoah returns […]