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By Ben Mangubat After spending three days in Paris, we headed south towards Avignon via Frances’ high speed TGV train. Unfortunately, we were struck with another problem. The ongoing French rail […]
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Students had the opportunity to present projects at this year’s annual SUPr Summit.
Dean Greenwood ventures into the apartment of a fellow reporter in the latest episode of SU Cribz.
The guests enjoyed a meal of lasagna, wild rice, peas, and rolls, and spent the night in the shelter.
“We do it because we want to, not because we have to,” said Rhonda VanDyke, vice president of student life.
Shenandoah’s Campus Activities Network (CAN) hosted a paint night for students on Monday.
Students tell all about their plans for the upcoming week off from classes.
In this week’s episode, reporter Dean Greenwood visits a downtown Winchester townhouse inhabited by Emily Chafik and Cecilia Leavitt.
Music education students held a drum circle on Wednesday to raise awareness and support for Music in Our Schools Month, March.
Shenandoah University has implemented new policies concerning both service animals and new “emotional support animals.”
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.