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“I get like four to five hours of sleep,” sophomore exercise science major and biology and psychology minor Emily Conrad said about her nightly sleep schedule. Her finals diet consists of junk food and hardcore studying.
“Quite frankly, while toy guns like these may be something you use at home, they have no place on a college campus,” VanDyke wrote in her email.
Students had the opportunity to present projects at this year’s annual SUPr Summit.
All proceeds went to the Shenandoah Area Agency on Aging (SAAA).
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.
Students had the opportunity to “pie” their professions for a good cause at a block party on the quad.
In the first game, Shenandoah won 3-2. In the second game, Shenandoah lost 8-3.
Shenandoah Greenworks hosted a “GOATS on the Quad” event for students and community members on Monday.
“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.”
This week on SU Cribz, reporter Dean Greenwood visits the dorm of a freshman without a roommate.
The Buzz’s newest series “Campus Clicks” features Shenandoah students and their social media habits.
Shenandoah’s BeYOUtiful campaign returned to Brandt Student Center in April to celebrate self-esteem and encourage positive thinking.
The Colleges Against Cancer and Hoppers Auto Club hosted the fifth installment of “Cars For A Cause” in front of Ohrstrom-Bryant Theatre on campus on Saturday.
Hideaway Café in downtown Winchester hosted a Disney Trivia night as a fundraiser for Shenandoah’s Relay for Life organization on Saturday.
Organized by University professor and conference president Petra Schweitzer, Ph.D, the conference boasted attendance from about 100 scholars and undergraduate researchers from around the world, including as far as Massachusetts, Canada, and Germany.