By Tyler Derrington Last year, SU’s Men’s Tennis team finished with a 7 – 9 record, one of the better seasons in program history. While at first glance a losing record may […]
By Harry Wall Coming hot off the 2018 season, Hornets Men’s Baseball has their expectations set high once again as Shenandoah’s most winningest team in the last 10 years (.724) eyes down […]
Fitzsimmons is one of over 100 college administrators from across the United States who signed a “non-partisan letter to President-elect Trump.”
With more pressure to graduate on time, and with an acceptable GPA, college staff are leaning more weight on academics, and less on the experience that employers want.
The safety of students is one of the priorities of Shenandoah University, especially during the annual Apple Blossom Festival.
Michelle Adams, Managing Editor
Many black Americans who have been killed in recent years, either by police or in racially-motivated shootings, have been of college age. In an effort to combat this, student activism is on the rise.
Rachel Stalker, ’Doah Staff Writer March 6, 2013 Studies have shown that women are excelling in the college classroom. And, it seems that the excellence they develop comes from their elementary years. According […]