Earlier in the Fall semester, Karrin Lukacs’ FYS class welcomed Pennsylvania-based DJ Dillon Strouse to the SU campus to speak about overcoming his disability to live out his dreams. Buzz staffers Max […]
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“I get like four to five hours of sleep,” sophomore exercise science major and biology and psychology minor Emily Conrad said about her nightly sleep schedule. Her finals diet consists of junk food and hardcore studying.
“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.
Shenandoah University is reaching out to support international students who may be affected by President Donald Trump’s Friday executive order banning citizens of seven Middle Eastern nations from entering the United States.
While a formal honors track is still years down the road, assistant professor of biology Laurel Rodgers said several honors-level classes are being offered in the coming semesters.
Although the team has a history of losing to Goucher College, the ladies came out on top with a score of 64-59 in their home opener.
A class of over 50 students are turning a student-written screenplay into a short film this semester.
The over 50 students, faculty, staff, and trustees who were chosen to participate in this year’s Global Citizenship Project (GCP) will be traveling to Japan, Peru, Puerto Rico, Poland, and South Africa this spring.
Students, faculty, and other Shenandoah community members on all sides of the political spectrum met on Wednesday night in Brandt Student Center to discuss reactions, opinions, and emotions that stemmed from the recent presidential election.
Students from the Harry F. Byrd School of Business discuss entrepreneurship during Entrepreneurs Week; meanwhile, a cultural talk, sponsored by Shenandoah’s International Student Association (ISA) takes place across campus.
Students enjoyed free pizza and games of BINGO in the BSC on Tuesday night.
With election day less than 24 hours away, students have been voicing their political views on campus with signs, banners, and sidewalk chalk.
“Those hotels are not made to live in. They’re made to stay at for like a night when you have little stuff. Not when you’re trying to go to college,” freshman John Mora said.
Activists pushed for a University dog park, encouraged volunteerism, and even celebrated the Mexican holiday Dia de los Muertos in BSC on Tuesday.
(Updated) President Fitzsimmons reveals cause of moisture in the University Inn; expert investigator did not visit campus
The building expert who drew conclusions about causes of moisture in the University Inn did not step foot inside the building at all.