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The Hornets “Tackle” Football

By Mariah Graves Shenandoah’s football team’s record as of now is 2-1. They are averaging 51.7 points per game. One star player is Daquan Pridget, a Sophomore, Defensive Back (DB) who received ODAC player of the week and honors from D3football’s Website for his impeccable defensive performance in the first game. The second top player is Mario Wisdom, a Junior,

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Let’s Talk About Sex…ual Harassment and Misconduct

BY: Monica Baranko with support from Jacob Morgan and Marvin Mercado As disturbing as it is, sexual harassment and misconduct happens somewhere to someone everyday. It even can (and does) happen on our campus. April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and this year’s theme is “Embrace Your Voice!” Talking about this subject is crucial to jumpstart change. No one should feel as

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Getting to Know Our Community: Greenwood Volunteer Fire and Rescue

BY: Bethany Melvin, Max Hendrix & Rachel Sherman Established in 1971, Greenwood Volunteer Fire and Rescue began its mission. 24 hours a day and seven days a week, the station is saving lives in their section of Frederick County, Virginia. In the year of 2017, Greenwood ran 2,213 total fire and EMS calls, with approximately 1,800 of those being EMS. On

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The Mosaic Center For Diversity: A Place for Everyone on Campus

BY: Noah Stitt With its grand opening last year, The Mosaic Center For Diversity enters its first full semester as a place where all SU individuals can go and take a load off. The Mosaic Center offers safe and fair treatment to everyone. Its mission is to focus and value the diversity reflected in all our lives at Shenandoah University and

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COMMENTARY: The Rough in the Diamonds.

Photo via SUHornets.com By Katherine Seidl Here at Shenandoah University, we have the motto “21 Sports, 1 Team,” but sometimes it feels as if the baseball and softball teams are forgotten. I say this because the baseball and softball teams do not have their own sports facilities. Having to use city-owned recreational fields is very inconvenient for our student-athletes on the

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Seven Questions with SU President Tracy Fitzsimmons

BY: Elise O’Neill-Eckman Have you ever wanted to sit down and have a casual chat with the university president? Recently, I had the chance to do just that. What is your favorite spot on campus? “I can only choose one?!” We both laughed and Dr. Fitzsimmons continued, “I love Sarah’s Glen. I love all the pieces of Sarah’s Glen so that

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Mayor of Middletown Shares His View on the Opioid Epidemic

BY: Elise Eckman, Rachel Levy, and Dean Greenwood After taking us on a tour of the facilities at NW Works, we sat down with Charles Harbaugh IV, Mayor of Middletown, VA to discuss how he has seen the opioid epidemic grow in his hometown of Middletown and the Winchester area and how, as someone in a leadership position, he is dealing

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