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


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


In Memoriam: Gabriella Miller ‘13

Not many people can say all their dreams have come true. But in less than one year, Shenandoah University’s youngest alumna, Gabriella Miller ‘13, was granted her wishes, lived out her dreams and accomplished so many goals. This incredible 10-year-old… Read More


Shenandoah Magazine | Spring 2013 Issue

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 Shenandoah University Trustee William Brandt and his wife, Elaine Beacon of Light in Health… Read More


Shenandoah Magazine | Fall 2012 Issue

CONTENTS | Read the interactive online issue >> Community is Alive at Shenandoah By Terri Ward Well-rounded academics and vibrant extracurricular programs foster a community empowered to improve the human condition and serve as leaders and compassionate global citizens. Celebrating… Read More


Homecoming 2012 Video Highlights

Shenandoah University celebrated Homecoming Weekend 2012 October 5-7. Students, alumni, faculty, staff and friends enjoyed plenty of opportunities to reconnect with classmates, participate in exciting activities on campus and across Winchester and spend an afternoon cheering on the Hornets football… Read More