GCP Costa Rica poses for a group photo during their visit to a park in San Jose. That day, the group also spent the day with the children of a local orphanage.

GCP 2014 Reflection: Costa Rica

(Above) GCP Costa Rica poses for a group photo during their visit to a park in San Jose. That day, the group also spent the day with the children of a local orphanage. Bulk Mail Assistant Kerri Nassano reflects on… Read More

Two members of the Peace Corps met with GCP Albania on their way up north, and brought them to this museum, a traditional Albanian home, which displayed various artifacts around the house. In the picture above, the group stands on the porch with the Albanian flag blowing in the wind.

GCP 2014 Reflection: Albania

(Above) Two members of the Peace Corps met with GCP Albania on their way up north, and brought them to this museum, a traditional Albanian home, which displayed various artifacts around the house. The group stands on the porch with… Read More

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Act Will Honor Late SU ‘Grad’

The U.S. Senate on Tuesday unanimously passed pediatric research legislation named in honor of a young Shenandoah University “graduate” who died last fall. Gabriella Miller, 10, died Oct. 26, two weeks after receiving an honorary diploma from the Winchester-based private… Read More

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GCP Travelers Embark On Their Journeys In 10th Anniversary Year

They’ve been preparing for months, and now the time has finally arrived. Shenandoah University’s 2014 Global Citizenship Project (GCP) participants are set to embark on their spring break adventures, slated for Thursday, March 6, through Sunday, March 16. In its… Read More