By Kiara Hagan Many students on campus have cars as transportation, but for some students walking and other things (bike, scooter, etc.) are the only options. This winter SU has gotten some […]
“We do it because we want to, not because we have to,” said Rhonda VanDyke, vice president of student life.
Shenandoah’s Campus Activities Network (CAN) hosted a paint night for students on Monday.
Music education students held a drum circle on Wednesday to raise awareness and support for Music in Our Schools Month, March.
Despite requests for comment, the University has not given an exact cost for any aspect of the situation that affected the UI.
While a formal honors track is still years down the road, assistant professor of biology Laurel Rodgers said several honors-level classes are being offered in the coming semesters.
A class of over 50 students are turning a student-written screenplay into a short film this semester.
The over 50 students, faculty, staff, and trustees who were chosen to participate in this year’s Global Citizenship Project (GCP) will be traveling to Japan, Peru, Puerto Rico, Poland, and South Africa this spring.
Students, faculty, and other Shenandoah community members on all sides of the political spectrum met on Wednesday night in Brandt Student Center to discuss reactions, opinions, and emotions that stemmed from the recent presidential election.
Students from the Harry F. Byrd School of Business discuss entrepreneurship during Entrepreneurs Week; meanwhile, a cultural talk, sponsored by Shenandoah’s International Student Association (ISA) takes place across campus.
Shenandoah students are always learning and inspiring others, as was seen on campus Tuesday.
Shenandoah’s Ultimate Frisbee team, dubbed “Sound Ultimate,” finished their rough preseason on a high note as they look ahead to their regular season in the spring.
With election day less than 24 hours away, students have been voicing their political views on campus with signs, banners, and sidewalk chalk.
Leaves changing colors and students wearing hoodies can only mean one thing: autumn has arrived at Shenandoah!
The Film Studies and Mass Communication Programs, with help from the Gender and Women’s Studies Program, are sponsoring an event for those interested in film and digital storytelling.
“I don’t need this money for anything, so I used my money and spent it on a PlayStation 4.”