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 […]
2019 Shenandoah Men’s Track and Field Season Preview
By Mariah Graves With the 2019-20 outdoor track season swiftly approaching, this year’s recruiting class for the men’s side is loaded. Junior captain Elijah Morton already believes the team is much more […]
The Sarah Donley Story
By Chris Oates
Funkhouser’s Dirty Little Secret
By Jahvon Noray What is the first thing that comes to mind when think of a College Shower Room? Clean? Dirty? Somewhere in the middle? Well from my perspective it’s not too […]
Finding Higher Ground
By Max Hendrix
Softball 2019 Season Preview
By Sebastian Lewis Coach Marlena Kotynski won her 250th game as the Hornets’ softball head coach last year. She looks to add to that total this season after going a disappointing 13-25 […]
Eurozone GEL Trip: Part 2
By Benjamin Mangubat After spending our first two days exploring Brussels we entered into France, with our first stop being Paris. We spent three full days in Paris where we visited many […]
Place Your Bets! SU Poker Tournament
BY: Marvin Mercado, Rachel Sherman, Bethany Melvin, Zachary Hubbard
Has the SU Campus Been Invaded by … Fortnite?
BY: Jake Morgan, Marvin Mercado and Monica Baranko Take a listen to our latest podcast to see how the game is impacting relationships on our campus. Photo: Via Epic Games / Fortnite website
LISTEN: Sports School or Music School? We Ask the SU Student Body Who Deserves More Attention (and funding).
BY: Zachary Hubbard, Darius Hardy, Katie Seidl
LISTEN: How do students feel about parking on the SU campus?
BY: Rachel Sherman, Max Hendrix and Bethany Melvin https://soundcloud.com/mhendrixvo/parking-podcast
Will the New Parking Garage Fix the Overcrowded Lots?
BY: Rachel Sherman A new three-story parking garage is being built for Shenandoah University! Opening in May of 2018, the garage will house 300 parking spaces inside with more spaces surrounding the […]
Winchester Welcomes Home Walsh
BY: Bethany Melvin Adam Walsh, Winchester native and James Wood High School graduate, has come back to his roots to coach his hometown college basketball team. Before deciding to come home, Walsh […]
Hornet Buzz Heard in Wilkins Center
By: Monica Baranko Students, faculty, and Winchester locals all gathered on a cold Wednesday night to celebrate the opening of the new James R. Wilkins, Jr. Athletics and Events Center at Shenandoah University. […]
GenEd Town Hall event brings campus and community together
On April 11, Shenandoah University students, across all schools and majors, participated in a final event for the semester-long General Education Town Hall initiative.
OP-ED: Give Us A (Spring) Break!
Sarah Beck, Staff Writer
Whether students want to rest up at native homes or go on a vacation with friends, they should be able to have the opportunity to spend their spring break the way they want to, so that they are recharged and ready to face the next half of the semester.