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Car window shattered on campus, police speculate break-in
A Shenandoah University student found her car window smashed in the Aikens Athletic Center parking lot on Wednesday afternoon.
Willing and Abel: Meet Shenandoah’s 2016 Baseball MVP
“He’s a leader on and off the field, but I can still joke around with him all the time,” roommate and teammate, Camden Abbey, said of Abel Arocho.
Humans of SU: Madison Hess
“I think my favorite part of being an exercise science major is sort of the basic understanding of the whole thing.”
Video: Students respond to first presidential debate
Students attended a viewing party in the Brandt Student Center on Monday night to watch the first presidential debate.
Vagina Monologues break down barriers
“We need to talk openly and without shame about our vaginas. It is time to embrace the awe-inspiring power of the vagina.”
Wyatt’s Dorm-Ready Recipes: Creative Ways to Use a Microwave
Wyatt Dillon, Contributing Writer
Dorm-living does not have to limit your culinary creativity or break the bank if you use these microwave tips!
Track & Field Starts Outdoor Season
Rachel Levy, Staff Writer
After a three-week preparation period since the end of the indoor season, the Hornets Track and Field team finally had an outdoor competition on March 18 and 19, meeting the Washington & Lee Carnival in Lexington, Va.
Student newspaper inspires controversy
Michelle Adams, Executive Editor
Mount St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, Md. is getting national news coverage after its president announced a controversial student-retention plan that resulted in the firing of two esteemed professors and the threat of expulsion for several student journalists.