Tag: student life

Progress is made on The Village

Nichole Davila-Sanchez, Staff Writer

Caruthers House, named for Preston C. Caruthers and the late Jeanne Caruthers, both known for their devotion to the Shenandoah University students, is the first house of the Village dorms to be constructed, and is scheduled for completion in the summer of this year, just in time for the fall semester.

Ideas for a Belated Valentines Day

Clara Gilleland, Staff Writer

Every year, it never fails: no matter how many red and pink hearts show up surrounding displays of flowers and candy at stores, someone always forgets to plan ahead for Valentine’s Day. For those of you who may not have planned ahead this year and are looking for a late way to celebrate Valentine’s Day, here are some ideas to try out.

SU’s School of Business hosts its annual business symposium April 1

Clara Gilleland, Staff Writer

Every year, the Harry F. Byrd Jr. School of Business holds an annual business symposium with keynote speakers and breakout sessions, where local and large business owners, aspiring business owners, students, and sponsors can attend to learn more about different aspects of the business world.

This year’s symposium, scheduled to take place on April 1, is themed “The New Reality – Meeting the Challenge.”

Plot Twist: I’m actually 19

Rachel Levy, Staff Writer

I heard that people just look for sex on Tinder, so I set out to see if it is true. Short answer: it is. I gave into the new social trend of online dating to see what people do on these sites. No, I did not sign up for eHarmony or Match.com (who needs real, long lasting relationships anyway?) I chose the hit it and quit it site: Tinder.

Snowpocalypse 2016 hits Shenandoah University

Michelle Adams, Deputy Executive Editor

Winter Storm Jonas hit the valley over the weekend, leaving much of the mid-Atlantic with staggering amounts of snow. Winchester seemed to be the center of the storm, with one of the largest amounts of snowfall reported: a whopping forty inches. Although many staff members and commuting students were stuck in their driveways with cars buried under feet of snow, campus was still buzzing with snowball fights and sledding adventures.