by Abby Rogerson I am a 19-year-old college student pursuing a degree in music therapy at ShenandoahUniversity in Winchester, VA. Prior to even the appearance of COVID, I was struggling with my […]
Shenandoah Student Writers and Award-Winning Author Tara Campbell Come Together to Share their Work
By Paul Amaya On Thursday, April 7, Washington, D.C., native and award-winning fiction writer Tara Campbell, alongside three Shenandoah student writers, read some of her creative works to a crowd at Alson […]
SU Students Speak of Negative Experiences with Title IX Office
Caitlyn Graulau All of the students interviewed for this article have requested for their identities to remain anonymous. It was a dreary Wednesday afternoon when I sat on the phone with a […]
New Club Provides A Bright Light To Future Filmmakers
by Corran Hale On Sept. 23, 2021, a new light shined at Shenandoah University for those interested in media and film, and its name was Valley Star. Valley Star media is a […]
University’s Leadership Academy Holds First Leadership Luncheon
by Caitlyn Graulau On Feb. 28, Peggy Combs, a retired Major General of the United States Army, spoke to a room of over 30 guests about the importance of leadership and leadership […]
Finding Your Love at First Sight in the Alson H. Smith, Jr. Library
By: Gabrielle Ziegler Shenandoah University’s library staff created the first-ever Love Match with a Book program that lasted Feb. 3-28 to help students, faculty, and staff find books suitable for them. Participants […]
Mental Health of College Students and Athletes
by Terese Greene Mental Health for college students is a huge topic that should be discussed all around the world. In America 1 in 5 people suffer from mental health and 6 […]
Tackling Concussions Saves Lives
by Braden Holt It was March 13th, 2021, and we were playing our rival high school. We were down coming out of halftime, but we had the ball and were driving down […]
Breaking the Stigma
by Sarah Sondrol I have a genetic inheritance of anxiety. Many of my family members struggle with this trait and it sometimes affects our mental and psychical health. As I have recently […]
Local Non-profit seeks SU Student for Paid Internship
by Kasey Dutrow Potomac Riverkeeper Network, a non-profit organization based in Washington DC, haspartnered with Shenandoah University for the 2nd year in seeking an intern for the spring andfall 2022 semesters. The […]
Student Latinx Organization hosts a Latin Art Night
By Andy Espinoza On Thursday, Nov. 11, Shenandoah University held its annual Latin Art Night, an event dedicated to painting and learning about the different art styles used throughout Latin American history. […]
Are you also afraid of Anesthesia?
by Erika Gulla Growing up I have heard my dad talk about a range of medical issues from his kidneystones to his migraines. Although those are interesting, the story that I have […]
Back to Back Contenders
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 […]
Shocking Speed & Shockey’s Bumps
What is up with the speed limit and speed bumps on Shockey Drive? Watch and find out.
Campus Clicks: Students talk ‘catfishing’
Have you ever been catfished?
Car window shattered on campus, police speculate break-in
A Shenandoah University student found her car window smashed in the Aikens Athletic Center parking lot on Wednesday afternoon.