Sarahs Glen-Mag4-2013

In October, a dedication ceremony was held for Sarah’s Glen, a beautifully designed garden with a signature oval lawn, pavilion and labyrinth honoring the late Sarah Brandt, daughter of Shenandoah U ... Read More...

Doug Zipp Mag4-2013

Doug Zipps professional journey to becoming Shenandoah’s newest athletic director (AD) began with his experience as a dual athlete in basketball and golf and as a collegiate basketball official. He b ... Read More...

Lisa LetzkusMag 4-2013

Lisa Cantore Letzkus ’04 RN, MSN, CPNP-AC, CCRN, once a student athlete and now a nurse, believes the cooperation of both her coaches and teachers allowed her to excel beyond her goals in the c ... Read More...

Career Takes Flight Mag4-2013

As a junior college lacrosse player from Rochester, N.Y., Andrew Peacock ’96 had always wanted to attend a southern school with a warmer climate and an up-and-coming lacrosse program. He had never vi ... Read More...

shenandoah-magazine-summer2013

CONTENTS | Read the interactive online issue >> Sarah's Glen By Cathy Loranger Shenandoah dedicates Sarah's Glen, a beautifully designed garden honoring the late Sarah Brandt, daughter of ... Read More...

Loudoun-Teacher-of-the-Year-Finalists-2013-edited-4

Shenandoah University will consider 22 finalists for its Loudoun County Teacher of the Year Award. The university held a reception to recognize the finalists on Thursday, April 25, at Rehau ... Read More...

Green-Colleges-2013-Book-Cover-edited

In celebration of Earth Week, Shenandoah University is proud to announce it is one of the 322 most environmentally responsible colleges in the U.S. and Canada, according to The Princeton Review. The ... Read More...