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The Shenandoah University community joins the Commonwealth of Virginia in mourning the passing of Senator Harry F. Byrd, Jr., a longtime friend and leader whose legacy helped shape the direction and ... Read More...

Rev. William Jenkins 7-2013

Rev. William Jenkins ’36 celebrates his 100th birthday on April 29, 2012. The centenarian fondly recalls his four years at Shenandoah’s Dayton campus, including memories of drama teacher Madge Keiter, ... Read More...

Janette Ogg 7-2013

The Janette E. Ogg Research Center, which was dedicated in April, marks an important achievement for Shenandoah Conservatory and the entire university community. The center is the fifth university ... Read More...

Yuling Davie 7-2013

At the celebration of Miss Elizabeth Temple’s 50 years of teaching piano at Shenandoah Conservatory in March, alumna Yuling Huang-Davie ’93 fondly remembered the influence Professor Elizabeth Temple ma ... Read More...

White, Eugene and Laura - Pharmacy 7-2013

Eugene “Gene” V. White, devoted husband, father and family pharmacist, died December 9, 2011, in Berryville, Va. His courageous stance for patient-centered care and medication therapy pioneered new sta ... Read More...

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Nursing alumna Karen Rose ’81, ’84 received a $428,269 grant in July from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to determine whether people living with Alzheimer’s are incontinent because of the dise ... Read More...

Adrienne Bloss

Shenandoah University’s newest academic administrator, Adrienne G. Bloss, Ph.D., joined Shenandoah’s senior leadership team on July 8 as vice president for academic affairs (VPAA). Formerly the ass ... Read More...

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File Photo/ The Winchester Star “I do a number of things in regards to community building, trying to make a difference in the world,” Miles Davis said in a Thursday phone interview. Decades before b ... Read More...