Shenandoah Greenworks hosted a “GOATS on the Quad” event for students and community members on Monday.
The Colleges Against Cancer and Hoppers Auto Club hosted the fifth installment of “Cars For A Cause” in front of Ohrstrom-Bryant Theatre on campus on Saturday.
Shenandoah’s Outdoor Adventure and Recreation program (SOAR) hosted a familiar Hammock Day on Thursday on the quad.
Neil Gill, 19, a political science major and co-creator of the event, said that the goal of the event was to “bring awareness of women’s issues” to campus through a “reflection of women through history.”
Close to 30 companies attended Shenandoah University’s career fair on March 22.
Students, staff, and faculty continued the Shenandoah Series of Poker on Thursday night in the Brandt Student Center’s Game Room.
This was the first screening of a three-part series celebrating women’s history month.
The guests enjoyed a meal of lasagna, wild rice, peas, and rolls, and spent the night in the shelter.
Shenandoah’s Campus Activities Network (CAN) hosted a paint night for students on Monday.
Campus services and organizations introduced themselves to students on Tuesday while stationed at tables in Brandt Student Center.
In this cooking competition held Wednesday, chefs from various universities visited campus to show off their skills and compete for student vote to become Chef’s Fare Champion.
Career Services held an etiquette dinner to teach undergraduate students proper manners on Wednesday, Feb. 15.
Walls are going up on the new athletics and events center, located adjacent to Shentel Stadium on campus in Winchester.
Shenandoah’s intramural sports organization held a free throw and three pointer shoot-out on Wednesday in Shingleton Gymnasium.
Various student organizations participated in Valentine’s Day on campus this year, including Phi Mu Alpha, who delivered serenades to several lucky Hornets.
The Shenandoah Step Team performs in Shingleton Gymnasium in January.