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Chris Oates – Against All Odds

Local Winchester resident Chris Oates thoroughly enjoyed his stand out High School basketball career at Millbrook High before going on to play college basketball. It wasn’t until his Sophomore season when Oates realized he had the talent to play college basketball. He was heavily recruited by a bunch of Division 1 and Division 3 schools such as American University and

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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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Winchester Restaurant Week

BY: Rachel Levy Grab your significant other or best friend and head down to Old Town Winchester where many restaurants are partaking in Winchester Restaurant Week. Seven restaurants are having a special menu where you get a three course meal for only $30. The seven restaurants are: Brewbakers Cork Street Tavern George’s Food and Spirits Joe’s Steakhouse Village Market &

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Mosaic Center Preps For Black History Month

By: Darius Hardy The Shenandoah University Mosaic Center for Diversity hits the ground running as the newly founded office prepares to celebrate Black History in February. Starting on February 16, 2018, the Mosaic Center has prepared a line of activities, shows, and more in order to engage the community and reinforce the importance of Black History Month. “It kind of

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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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