Shenandoah’s BeYOUtiful campaign returned to Brandt Student Center in April to celebrate self-esteem and encourage positive thinking.
Intercultural Programs at Shenandoah University organized the first Hair Forum that was held Thursday in the Brandt Student Center Game Room.
This was the first screening of a three-part series celebrating women’s history month.
The Vagina Monologues was a multi-dimensional production that audience members soaked up with as much enthusiasm as the actresses themselves, which was an overflowing amount.
Female students, faculty, and staff at Shenandoah University are performing Eve Ensler’s series of monologues “The Vagina Monologues” this weekend.
It seems more Shenandoah University students are interested in protesting the incoming presidential administration than celebrating it.
This blog series will shed light on the roles women held at Shenandoah University, from its earliest days to the present, using research found during the creation of the exhibit for “Blue Stockings.”
“We need to talk openly and without shame about our vaginas. It is time to embrace the awe-inspiring power of the vagina.”
Keeshawn Lake, ‘Doah Contributing Writer October 22, 2014 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 […]
Hilary Legge, ‘Doah Managing Editor November 6, 2013 As October comes to a close so does another pink-infused Breast Cancer Awareness month. While I doubt anyone would argue that raising money for […]
Renee Sogueco, ‘Doah Staff Writer October 23, 2013 With the recent and highly anticipated release of Grand Theft Auto V, people tend to ignore my opinion on the game. They actually tend […]
Shelby DeHaven, ‘Doah Managing Editor October 2, 2013 The American Cancer Society estimates that about 39,620 women will die from breast cancer in 2013. “One in eight women (12 percent) of women […]