by Jalen Williams The Shenandoah University “A” team is back in the Mid-Atlantic Esports Conference Rocket League tournament after previously winning it in 2020. This year, they are the favorites to win […]
Bringing Books Outside of the Library
By Ali Gue On Oct. 6, Handley Regional Library staff brought books and library cards to Shenandoah University students in the Brandt Student Center through an initiative to get college students interested […]
Shenandoah Co-Hosts Big Queer Story Night with Museum of the Shenandoah Valley
By Andy Espinoza On Oct. 5, the Mosaic Center held Big Queer Story Night, an annual event where students, faculty, and alumni gather together to share their experiences as members of the […]
For or Against Young Adult Literature: Should Adults Read Novels Considered Y.A.?
By Bailey Sikorski People have often pondered whether adults should dabble in things considered to be “for children” or, more recently, “for young adults.” I remember the debate occurring upon the release […]
Sushi Fights Back
By Amanda Ayers I have always enjoyed sushi from the first time I ate it, however, after what happened to my brother, I am very hesitant to eat it again. My oldest […]
What is Most Important for College Students?
The dynamic in a family with an autistic child
By Alun Delphine Mebe Mekamdem I have a child who is diagnosed with autism. At first it was a very difficult and challenging situation in my family. I was wondering about the […]
Fitting Our Children into Societal Norms
Don’t Wait on your Weight
By Liya Wegayehu I struggle with my weight, I always have. And it’s not just me, it runs in my family. We are all big, and some have accepted it and live […]
I am Good Enough Too!
Inside A Child’s Life Who Has a Mental Illness
By Heather Cornell Growing up, my brothers struggled with mental health disorders. As a child, my older brother suffered from weight issues and struggled with being heavier than the rest of us. […]
Help! I Need to See a Doctor, But I Cannot Leave the House!
One Drink Is Too Many and a Thousand Not Enough
by Victoria Nortei A cousin of mine passed away last year, and his death affected his younger brother. His brother couldn’t eat or sleep well. He had to move from one friend’s […]
I’m Okay Physically but Not Mentally
COVID-19s Impact on Mental Health: Nursing School Edition
By Amera Saber I have always dreamed of attending nursing school to become an RN at a hospital. I never considered nursing school’ s impact on my social life nor my mental, […]
Hello from the new editors of the buzz
Rebecca Sims and Corran Hale