By Kasey Dutrow Shenandoah University will host the Best of Fest, a movie night showing three award-winning conservation films, on Oct. 27. These films, selected by Shenandoah University’s Environmental Studies students, were […]
Organized by University professor and conference president Petra Schweitzer, Ph.D, the conference boasted attendance from about 100 scholars and undergraduate researchers from around the world, including as far as Massachusetts, Canada, and Germany.
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.
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.
Freshman, sophomore, and junior Homecoming royalty were announced Friday night when the planned celebration was brought indoors due to rain.