By: Annie Hart
Car window shattered on campus, police speculate break-in
A Shenandoah University student found her car window smashed in the Aikens Athletic Center parking lot on Wednesday afternoon.
University seeks to provide support to students affected by immigration ban
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.
President Fitzsimmons signs letter to President-elect Trump
Fitzsimmons is one of over 100 college administrators from across the United States who signed a “non-partisan letter to President-elect Trump.”
Former University Inn residents “not complaining” about relocation
Some Shenandoah University students who were moved out of University Inn are not complaining about their new digs.
Students to be relocated in light of moisture issues in University Inn
Student residents of University Inn were told by Shenandoah University officials Thursday that they need to move into other quarters because of moisture problems in the residence hall.
UPDATE: “Justice For D’Londre” movement uses social media to reach out to community
Michelle Adams, Executive Editor
Following the debated suicide of area man D’Londre Minifield last Sunday, a Facebook page entitled Justice For D’Londre organized several demonstrations, two for the following Monday, Feb. 29, and one for Tuesday, March 1. News of the protests was spread widely via this Facebook page, where several Winchester residents posted videos, photographs, and comments documenting the demonstrations.