By: Whitney Wright
By: Elijah Immanuel
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.
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!
Crews have been continuously working on the University Inn property. With this progress, the University has said they hope to have students back in the building by the start of the spring semester.
The rain seemed to never end over the weekend, leaving parts of campus flooded and roads closed across Winchester.
Some Shenandoah University students who were moved out of University Inn are not complaining about their new digs.
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.
The app already has over 50 percent adoption on campus, meaning that at least half of SU students have downloaded it.
Career Services is the place to come for assistance with anything career-related. They can even help you pick your major!
On Aug. 28, students celebrated the start of the semester with a campus-wide cookout and club fair.
“We need to talk openly and without shame about our vaginas. It is time to embrace the awe-inspiring power of the vagina.”
Clay Dubberly interviews Bronsen Euard, lead singer of “Bees?” – a band formed of Shenandoah University students that has just released their first EP.
Michelle Adams, Deputy Executive Editor
From world travel opportunities to classroom experiences, students at Shenandoah are spreading the love this Valentine’s Day by sharing their favorite things about being a Hornet. Find out what your classmates had to say about your school in this short video.