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 Inauguration: Through A College Student’s Eyes
“The news footage of the protesters was not an accurate portrayal of what I saw.”
Students to attend protests and inaugural events this weekend
It seems more Shenandoah University students are interested in protesting the incoming presidential administration than celebrating it.
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.”
Slideshow: Students and faculty hold open discussion following presidential election
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.
Upcoming Event: Donate Used Shoes to “Next Steps”
The World Literature classes invite all SU community members, regardless of political affiliations or reactions to the election results, to participate in an all-day “Next Steps” service project this Wednesday, Nov. 16, on campus.
Video: Students watch election results with pizza and BINGO
Students enjoyed free pizza and games of BINGO in the BSC on Tuesday night.
Students express passionate feelings about upcoming election
With election day less than 24 hours away, students have been voicing their political views on campus with signs, banners, and sidewalk chalk.
Legacy Bylines: A Letter to Young Citizens
he extremes on the right of our political scene, especially represented by Donald Trump, are expressing similar hate-filled, divisive, deceitful ideas employed by Hitler, Mussolini, Franco, etc., in their rise to power in the 1930’s.
Video: Students respond to first presidential debate
Students attended a viewing party in the Brandt Student Center on Monday night to watch the first presidential debate.
POLL: Who won the first presidential debate?
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Op-Ed: A Political Update and Futurecast
By Michelle Adams and Nick Melillo
With election time approaching, it’s important to remember that each and every vote that makes it to ballot counts towards one candidate’s policies, which directly impact the future of our country. Especially as college students and young citizens, it is important for us to stay informed and active in the country’s political endeavors, in order to have our voice – the voice of the future – heard by our representatives.