“I mean, I’m a platinum customer at Zappos.com for shoes!” Professor Dana Baxter said while laughing, without any embarrassment.
“The conservatory only has one Shakespeare class, so ‘Shut Up! It’s Shakespeare’ is a place where Shakespeare—or in this case, Marlowe—lovers can come together,” said Sidney Rubio, an actor in the show.
Shenandoah’s men’s basketball team lost a close game to the first-ranked Randolph-Macon College on Wednesday with a final score of 73-80.
In this episode of SU Cribz, reporter Dean Greenwood interviews the boys behind room 308 in Funk/Gore residence hall.
Ah, the sweet smell of love (or bitterness) is in the air as Hallmark’s favorite holiday rounds the corner.
Despite requests for comment, the University has not given an exact cost for any aspect of the situation that affected the UI.
The Shenandoah Step Team performs in Shingleton Gymnasium in January.
The senior choreographers and their dancers worked long hours on this concert and it most certainly payed off.
The Shenandoah women’s basketball team lost Saturday to Lynchburg College 44 to 73, in an Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) showdown in Lynchburg, Va.
Shenandoah University is reaching out to support international students who may be affected by President Donald Trump’s Friday executive order banning citizens of seven Middle Eastern nations from entering the United States.
The Shenandoah University men’s basketball team prevailed on the road at Randolph College on Saturday, with a final score of 65 to 62.
This is, “an album that will make my generation feel like they matter,” Kitt F-C said, “while also paying tribute to the universal depression of 2016 and making it danceable.”
“I think my favorite part of being an exercise science major is sort of the basic understanding of the whole thing.”
The Shenandoah University’s men’s basketball team fell in a close match to Eastern Mennonite University on Wednesday with a final score of 101 to 95.
Shenandoah University Lady Hornets fell to the Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) Royals on Wednesday with a score of 74 to 45.
“You can’t take today for granted,” Luke Nussman, sophomore business administration major and organizer of the fundraiser, said. “It feels good to give back.”