Students from across the university have submitted music videos of their alma mater, “Shenandoah” by Fred Dreher and Stuart Moore, for a Facebook contest sponsored by the Division of Student Life. Moore was a faculty member in the early 20th century, and “Shenandoah” has been the official school song for many decades.

Voting is strictly by “like” on the Student Life page. Voting ends at 5 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 25. Please go to Shenandoah University Student Life, watch all eight videos and vote for your favorite(s) by clicking “like.” You will hear eight unique interpretations of “Shenandoah” by:
• The Buzzin’ Dozen Pep Band
• pharmacy student TeeAl Barksdale
• first-year MRPT major TJ Maher and English major Maggie Todd
• freshman church music major Neil Fung
• music therapy major Kate Potrykus and arts management major Alex Salser
• kinesiology majors Janisse Tate and Ciara Crowder and psychology major Raven Daaku
• music therapy graduate student Irvin Kalugdan
• pop-punk band Don’t Look Down (current students and alumni)