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Shenandoah University production of one of literature's greatest love stories –"Romeo & Juliet"

Great Love Stories for Valentine’s Day

In the midst of winter, with its grey skies and barren trees, what could be better than warming yourself with inspiring love stories or poems? That must be the reason Valentine’s Day falls right in the middle of one of the season’s bleakest months. In keeping with all things Valentine-and-love related, we asked Shenandoah University Associate […]

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How to Write Like Your English Professor

If you can’t write, you can’t communicate fully – it’s just that simple. A picture may speak a thousand words, but words can help provide some context for an image. A video may tell a story, but someone wrote its script, or outline, or treatment. When you write well, the world is much easier to […]

Writing

Two College of Arts & Sciences Students Awarded Strong Scholarships

Two Shenandoah University undergraduate students, Kevin Cappello and Michaela Ibrahim, have been awarded $5,000 scholarships through the Hattie M. Strong Foundation (HMSF). The students were chosen based on their letters of application and personal interviews. The scholarships, awarded for the fall 2015 semester, will support these students during their student teaching. Cappello is student teaching […]

Alumni Successes

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Ringing the Bell: Shenandoah’s English Graduates Well-Represented in Online Magazine

Quail Bell Magazine, an online magazine featuring stories of both real and unreal worlds, has tapped the work of two Shenandoah-connected writers. Six pieces by alumna Colleen Foster ’12 have appeared in the journal since its 2013 online debut. Quail Bell also showcased a poem by Elizabeth Britton ’15 during her senior year. “We value […]

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