This week on SU Cribz, reporter Dean Greenwood visits the dorm of a freshman without a roommate.
Dean Greenwood ventures into the apartment of a fellow reporter in the latest episode of SU Cribz.
In this week’s episode, reporter Dean Greenwood visits a downtown Winchester townhouse inhabited by Emily Chafik and Cecilia Leavitt.
Shenandoah University has implemented new policies concerning both service animals and new “emotional support animals.”
Living off campus doesn’t mean these two student-athletes don’t have SU spirit!
What is it like to live in this on-campus apartment-style housing complex? Find out!
In this episode of SU Cribz, reporter Dean Greenwood interviews the boys behind room 308 in Funk/Gore residence hall.
Despite requests for comment, the University has not given an exact cost for any aspect of the situation that affected the UI.
In The Buzz’s new series, SU Cribz, reporter Dean Greenwood is showing the best and most unique dorm rooms, apartments, and living spaces housed by Shenandoah University students—on and off campus.
With election day less than 24 hours away, students have been voicing their political views on campus with signs, banners, and sidewalk chalk.
“Those hotels are not made to live in. They’re made to stay at for like a night when you have little stuff. Not when you’re trying to go to college,” freshman John Mora said.
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.
(Updated) President Fitzsimmons reveals cause of moisture in the University Inn; expert investigator did not visit campus
The building expert who drew conclusions about causes of moisture in the University Inn did not step foot inside the building at all.
“I don’t need this money for anything, so I used my money and spent it on a PlayStation 4.”
University faces high costs for University Inn renovation and relocation, early estimates top $550,000
“The disruption this has caused to students, that bothers us a lot. Not the spending of the money.”
Best Western General Manager Amy Guzman said they’re, “Really happy to have this partnership with the school.” She said it is “a positive impact both ways for the community.”