By Andrew Coffman Dr. Joey Gawrysiak always loved video games. “When I was in high school I would keep a T.V., an Xbox, a controller, and a game in the backseat of […]
By Jahvon Noray
By Andrew Coffman In the inaugural season of E-Sports at Shenandoah University expectations have been blown out of the water. “My expectations for the year were to have 12-15 students and […]
Global Game Jam By Jesse Ya Diul Over the weekend of January 25th – 27th, Shenandoah University took part in the Global Game Jam. Headed by Professor Graham Spice along with help […]
By: Jeremy Flaherty, Martijn Goosens & Jacob Yard Shenandoah University is one of the first universities to offer an eSports major. Take an inside look!
The app already has over 50 percent adoption on campus, meaning that at least half of SU students have downloaded it.
Recently, Apple has provided two new updates: OS X El Capitan for Apple computers, and iOS 9.3 for iPhones and iPads.
Christopher George, ‘Doah Contributing Writer October 23, 2013 The MacBook Pro that students receive as part of Shenandoah University’s iMLearning program quickly becomes an integral part of their academic and personal lives. […]
Christopher George, ‘Doah Contributing Writer October 2, 2013 Shenandoah University’s “iMLearning program” is one of a seemingly endless list of buzzwords thrown at incoming students from New Student Orientation to Welcome Week. […]