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SU Men’s Soccer Coach Relieved of Duties

By Elise O’Neill-Eckman   The Shenandoah University Men’s Soccer Team recently completed their best season since 2007, winning six games, three of which were ODAC victories. However, on Friday, October 26th, Shenandoah University director of Intercollegiate Athletics Bridget Lyons, Ph.D. announced, that Matt Smith has been relieved of his duties as head men’s soccer coach. The University has given no

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Lysistrata Jones, A Review

BY: Annie Hart A hilarious sexually driven comedy, with a beautiful hidden meaning of finding your own path and own love, Lysistrata Jones captivated audiences and left all of us wanting more this past weekend at Shenandoah University. Lysistrata Jones is a spunky modern musical version of a classic Athenian comedy by Aristophanes. This show revolves around Lyssie J. and

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UPDATE: “Justice For D’Londre” movement uses social media to reach out to community

Michelle Adams, Executive Editor

Following the debated suicide of area man D’Londre Minifield last Sunday, a Facebook page entitled Justice For D’Londre organized several demonstrations, two for the following Monday, Feb. 29, and one for Tuesday, March 1. News of the protests was spread widely via this Facebook page, where several Winchester residents posted videos, photographs, and comments documenting the demonstrations.

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NJWC raises red flag against abuse

KEESHAWN LAKE ‘DOAH CONTRIBUTING WRITER Starting on Oct. 27 to the 31, the Not Just Women’s Center will be hosting a table event in the student center for the Red Flag Campaign. The Red Flag Campaign is about domestic violence awareness and learning to recognize the “red flags” or warning signs of an abusive relationship. The Red Flag Campaign began in

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Virginia judge strucks down same-sex ban

Shelby DeHaven, ‘Doah Managing Editor February 26, 2014 On Thursday, Feb. 13, Virginia joined 17 other states that allows same-sex marriage and the ten other states that recognize unions and partnerships from other states. This comes after a federal judge in Norfolk struck down the 2006 constitutional amendment declaring that it was unconstitutional. This constitutional amendment that Virginia voters approved

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Former governor charged with corruption

Shelby DeHaven, ‘Doah Managing Editor January 29, 2014 Former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen were indicted on Tuesday, Jan. 21 on 14 counts of corruption. Bob McDonnell was the 71st Governor of Virginia, serving his term from Jan. 2010 to Jan. 2014. This charges include taking “thousands of dollars of gifts, loans and perks from Jonnie R.

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