Shenandoah Greenworks hosted a “GOATS on the Quad” event for students and community members on Monday.
The guests enjoyed a meal of lasagna, wild rice, peas, and rolls, and spent the night in the shelter.
Shenandoah University’s non-profit, student-run Shakespeare troupe, “Shut Up! It’s Shakespeare!” premiered their most recent show, “Julius Caesar,” over the weekend.
Retired sports reporter from The Washington Post, Leonard “Len” Shapiro, visited campus on Wednesday to give a presentation to students and Winchester community members.
The Groundbreaking Ceremony for Shenandoah’s new Athletics & Events Center, located adjacent to Shentel Stadium, took place on Saturday over Homecoming weekend.
Crews have been continuously working on the University Inn property. With this progress, the University has said they hope to have students back in the building by the start of the spring semester.
The rain seemed to never end over the weekend, leaving parts of campus flooded and roads closed across Winchester.
In light of Hispanic Heritage Month this September, Brandt Student Center’s main stairwell is decorated with flags of dozens of Spanish-speaking countries around the world.
The presentation was given as part of the college’s Distinguished Lecture Series.
The Shenandoah Conservatory musical theatre department is hard at work in rehearsal for their upcoming show, “Spring Awakening.”
President Tracy Fitzsimmons and the University community officially announced the dedication of The Village’s first residential building, Caruthers House, on Friday afternoon.
To celebrate the completion of its All-Steinway Initiative, Shenandoah Conservatory welcomed a life-size piano cake from Carlo’s Bakery, from the hit show “Cake Boss,” to campus last fall.
On Sept. 8, the Part-Time Job & Internship Fair welcomed recruiters from the surrounding area to the Brandt Student Center to connect with career-hunting students.
On Aug. 28, students celebrated the start of the semester with a campus-wide cookout and club fair.