By Rachel Levy Our small city of Winchester is known for the Apple Blossom Festival, Civil War battles, and Shenandoah University. But Blayne Weaver, an accomplished actor, writer and director, wants to […]
Students prepare for finals with junk food, caffeine
“I get like four to five hours of sleep,” sophomore exercise science major and biology and psychology minor Emily Conrad said about her nightly sleep schedule. Her finals diet consists of junk food and hardcore studying.
We Asked, You Answered: What are your Spring Break plans? (Video)
Students tell all about their plans for the upcoming week off from classes.
Interview: Visual arts finds its place on campus
One of the numerous students pursuing visual arts in her own creative ways alongside her education is costume design major Sabrina Chang.
Humans of SU: Madison Hess
“I think my favorite part of being an exercise science major is sort of the basic understanding of the whole thing.”
Career Talk: 7 Interview Questions You Should Never Ask
For the sake of knowing what not to ask, here are seven types of questions that you should never ask in an interview.
Video: Women’s Soccer pushes forward to playoffs
“It is exciting to know there is a chance of going far,” said Becky Collimore, a sophomore exercise science major. “Everyone came prepared from summer.”
Video: Men’s soccer reflects on loss
Coach Sutton and his players reflect after a 3-2 loss to Goucher College last month.
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.
Coming Soon: ShenU Presents…
ShenU Presents is a video series where we will get to know the diverse and exceptional members of the Shenandoah University community. Stay tuned!
FULL INTERVIEW with “Bees?” – bringing new music to campus, Conservatory
Clay Dubberly interviews Bronsen Euard, lead singer of “Bees?” – a band formed of Shenandoah University students that has just released their first EP.
VIDEO: Snow Storm Brings Parking Concerns
Michelle Adams, Deputy Executive Editor
Parking is an issue on campus on every day of the school year, but after Winter Storm Jonas struck Winchester with four feet of snow a few weekends ago, the once-annoying problem became an all-out catastrophe.