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.
First place winner was Zack Sherman, followed by Scott Samson and Alex Moore rounding up second and third, respectively.
The Shenandoah University softball team lost two home games to Lynchburg College on Wednesday.
The Buzz’s newest series “Campus Clicks” features Shenandoah students and their social media habits.
A Shenandoah University student found her car window smashed in the Aikens Athletic Center parking lot on Wednesday afternoon.
Intercultural Programs at Shenandoah University organized the first Hair Forum that was held Thursday in the Brandt Student Center Game Room.
Shenandoah University’s College of Arts and Sciences will be hosting its annual Virginia Humanities Conference on April 7-8.
Shenandoah’s Outdoor Adventure and Recreation program (SOAR) hosted a familiar Hammock Day on Thursday on the quad.
Making a full home-cooked meal on a college budget can be tricky, but we share just how to do it here as part of our Buzz Bites series.
Shenandoah University’s women’s softball team lost both games against the Eastern Mennonite University Royals on Tuesday.
Students in Kelley Crowley’s spring 2017 Applied Writing class participated in one aspect of their Town Hall on Feb. 28 in which students were challenged to create a piece of literature based on a certain topic that would be interpreted by dance majors in their Town Hall class.
The Shenandoah University women’s lacrosse team lost 7-6 against the Roanoke College Maroons on Tuesday. It was the Hornets’ first in-conference game of the season.
Neil Gill, 19, a political science major and co-creator of the event, said that the goal of the event was to “bring awareness of women’s issues” to campus through a “reflection of women through history.”
Two of The Buzz’s photographers went to downtown Winchester to experience a locally-owned restaurant that they recommend.
Plants are blooming throughout Shenandoah’s Winchester campus.
University officials are seeking to keep the Shenandoah University community informed as the Trump administration seeks to curb immigration from predominantly Muslim countries.