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Obama sets $4 trillion dollar budget

Shelby DeHaven, Editor-in-Chief February 4, 2015 On Monday, Feb. 2, President Barack Obama sent the 2016 federal $4 trillion budget to Congress for approval. “With a growing economy, shrinking deficits, bustling industry and booming energy production, we have risen from recession freer to write our own future than any other nation on Earth,” stated Obama in the introduction of the

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Letter from the Editor

Hello students and staff, Welcome back to SU– only three more months until summer break and graduation! As you may have noticed The ‘Doah looks a little different. As of this issue, we are undergoing a big revamp throughout the paper with the goal of completion being spring break. That being said, please excuse the mess as we figure out

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Holder steps down as Attorney General

Shelby DeHaven, Editor-In-Chief October 1, 2014 On Thursday, Sept. 25, Attorney General Eric Holder announced his resignation from his position in the White House. Holder is resigning after six years working under President Obama. Holder told CNN’s Evan Perez prior to the official press conference announcing his resignation that he never intended to stay for the duration of Obama’s second

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McDonnells found guilty

Shelby DeHaven, ‘Doah Editor-In-Chief September 17, 2014 On Sept. 4, former Virginia governor Robert McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, were found guilty of 11 and ten counts of public corruption respectively. In January, the McDonnells were charged with 14 counts of corruption, which included taking “thousands of dollars of gifts, loans and perks from Jonnie R. Williams,” according to Slate.com.

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Sewol ferry sinks in South Korea

Shelby DeHaven, ‘Doah Managing Editor April 30, 2014 After 10 p.m. on Saturday, Apr. 27, the Prime Minister of South Korea, Jung Hong-Won resigned after the Sewol ferry sunk more than a week ago. His resignations comes in the middle of the ongoing search efforts for the more than one hundred missing. On Apr. 14, the Sewol ferry tipped in

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Major tornadoes ripped through Arkansas

Shelby DeHaven, ‘Doah Managing Editor April 30, 2014 On Monday, Apr. 29, several tornadoes touched down and tore through Arkansas, Oklahoma and Kansas. Currently, 16 people have been killed in Arkansas as well as one more in Oklahoma. Vilonia, Ak. was finally recovering for the devastating tornado that happened three years ago, when another throw through the little town outside

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Washington state landslide

Shelby DeHaven, ‘Doah Managing Editor April 2, 2014 The death toll from the massive landslide in rural Washington state on Mar. 22 continues to rise as rescue workers continue to search. As of Apr. 1, the death toll had risen to 27. According to CNN, “twenty-two people still are missing, down from 30 on Monday, authorities said.” They have released

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Students arrested after fight

Shelby DeHaven, ‘Doah Managing Editor April 2, 2014 On Sunday, Mar. 23, four Shenandoah University students and an S.U. alumnus were arrested after police were called to break up at fight at Los Toltecos restaurant at 1046 Millwood Pike. According to the Winchester Star, when deputies arrived they “reported seeing a crowd of about 40 to 50 people fighting.”  The

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Valentine’s Day murderer goes to trial

Shelby DeHaven, ‘Doah Staff Writer March 19, 2014 The trail of South African track star, Oscar Pistorius, began on Monday, Mar. 3 in Pretoria, South Africa. He is charged with one count of premeditated murder of his 29 year old girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp, along with two separate gun indictments from prior incidents, according to CNN. Pistorius was the first double

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Virginia judge strucks down same-sex ban

Shelby DeHaven, ‘Doah Managing Editor February 26, 2014 On Thursday, Feb. 13, Virginia joined 17 other states that allows same-sex marriage and the ten other states that recognize unions and partnerships from other states. This comes after a federal judge in Norfolk struck down the 2006 constitutional amendment declaring that it was unconstitutional. This constitutional amendment that Virginia voters approved

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Faulty and students host event in honor of professor with cancer

Shelby DeHaven, ‘Managing Editor February 12, 2014 On Feb. 21, students and staff will be performing at an open mic night in honor of Ken Wissmann at 7:30 p.m. in Ferrari Room of the Brandt Student Center. Wissmann, a math professor, was diagnosed with cancer and is on medical leave this semester. Assistant Professor Ken Wissmann has been teaching statistics

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Federal Reserve President visits SU

Shelby DeHaven, ‘Doah Managing Editor February 12, 2014 President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Jeffrey Lacker, visited campus on Feb. 4, 2014 to speak to Winchester community and S.U. students. The audience consisted of members of the banking community, S.U. faculty and staff, students and special guests, like Thomas Byrd. Lacker made a general presentation in which in

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