By Kiara Hagan Brynna Strader has grown up in Winchester and watched Shenandoah University evolve to the place we know it to be today. When her mother started working at SU, she […]
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 […]
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 […]
BY: Rachel Levy The movie “Santa Girl” that was shot here at Shenandoah University with the help of students and faculty from around the university is now in post-production and set to […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Two of The Buzz’s photographers went to downtown Winchester to experience a locally-owned restaurant that they recommend.
Snow White Grill is one of the most famous restaurants in Winchester, but does it live up to all the hype?
The rain seemed to never end over the weekend, leaving parts of campus flooded and roads closed across Winchester.
“Maybe if we were more in contact with who we are and were willing to wear socks, we would be less inclined to label someone for what they wear,” Davis said.
While Shenandoah University debates what to do with the site of the former Bob Evans restaurant, students have a few ideas of their own.
Perhaps Mohan needed a bigger crowd for a successful performance.
“We have a pretty good relationship with our community.”
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.