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While a formal honors track is still years down the road, assistant professor of biology Laurel Rodgers said several honors-level classes are being offered in the coming semesters.
Perhaps Mohan needed a bigger crowd for a successful performance.
“We need to talk openly and without shame about our vaginas. It is time to embrace the awe-inspiring power of the vagina.”
Tyler Ganis, Staff Writer
With a new feature, called YouTube Red, you are able to enjoy an enhanced, uninterrupted YouTube experience, for a small fee of 10 dollars per month.
Michelle Adams, Managing Editor
Many black Americans who have been killed in recent years, either by police or in racially-motivated shootings, have been of college age. In an effort to combat this, student activism is on the rise.
Maddie Albornoz, Section Editor
A violent racial slur was found written on a whiteboard, causing President Fitzsimmons to call a meeting that same day to address the issue.
Nichole Davila-Sanchez, Staff Writer
On Feb. 6, 2016, at approximately 3 a.m. EST, the country of Taiwan was hit by a magnitude 6.4 earthquake that caused a 17-story apartment building in Tainan City to collapse like a house of cards. There have been 32 confirmed deaths.
Clara Gilleland, Staff Writer
Every year, the Harry F. Byrd Jr. School of Business holds an annual business symposium with keynote speakers and breakout sessions, where local and large business owners, aspiring business owners, students, and sponsors can attend to learn more about different aspects of the business world.
This year’s symposium, scheduled to take place on April 1, is themed “The New Reality – Meeting the Challenge.”
2015 was filled with wins/loses, music and celebrations of new apartment buildings. To say we are eager to see what the New Year brings is an understatement!
Michelle Adams, Staff Writer
Shenandoah University’s Conservatory has been named the seventh best liberal arts college for music in the United States by Music School Central.
Nicholas Melillo, ‘Doah Staff Writer February 18, 2015 Recent controversy has struck Sony Pictures as Amy Pascal, former executive for Sony, acknowledged that she did not voluntarily depart as Co-Chairman of the […]
Donya Akhawan Jam, ‘Doah Staff Writer March 4, 2015 Recently, many conferences on how to defeat terrorism have been held across the United States and Europe with the presence of political figures. […]
Liz Levey, ‘Doah Staff Writer March 4, 2015 A bill to move forward with construction of the Keystone XL pipeline has been approved by Congress but vetoed by President Barack Obama. The […]
Clay Dubberly, ‘Doah Staff Writer March 4, 2015 Have you ever felt chilly just by looking at someone that’s cold? You might not have noticed it, but a new study by the […]
Clay Dubberly, ‘Doah Staff Writer March 4, 2015 The identity of the Islamic extremist responsible for the beheadings of U.S., British and other hostages has been revealed this week by British intelligence. […]