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4 Ways To Shake The Mid-Semester Angst on Campus

By Andrew Coffman Piles of homework and increased stress can be a recipe for depression. Mid-semester anxiety can be crippling, but you can prevent it from happening.   Shenandoah has multiple outlets to help you escape from stress; here are some of them:   Join an intramural team   Throughout the winter and spring seasons Shenandoah offers numerous club and

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What is GCP?

The Global Citizenship Project (GCP) is a funded program for students and staff to go expierence another country and its culture during spring break. Each year the locations change every year and have included countries like China, Iceland, and Rwanda. This year, students and staff are visiting Cuba, Greece, Mozambique, New Zealand, and Thailand.   The GCP program was funded

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Changing Your Major is Okay

JOE BITTNER ’DOAH STAFF WRITER Why did you come to school here? Why Shenandoah University? What are you going to do here? These answers will differ from person to person: athletics, nursing, physical therapy, conservatory, etc. You have an idea of what you want to accomplish while at school and will work hard to achieve it. While not everyone has the

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Sexual misconduct continues both on and off campus

Ashley Wisniewski, ‘Doah Contributing Writer October 1, 2014 In early September, news broke that celebrities such as “The Hunger Games” star Jennifer Lawrence were part of a targeted theft of personal, intimate photographs. The photographs – as far as we know – were taken with each person’s consent and shared between consensual parties. Unfortunately, online hackers were able to retrieve

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