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U.S. Constitution

Shenandoah to Host Constitution Day Event on Sept. 19

The electoral landscape in the United States is a constantly shifting system of electoral behaviors and institutional rules. Redistricting – the redrawing of district lines after the census – is a highly partisan, contentious part of this process. The outcome of redistricting significantly impacts the electoral landscape, and has an important effect on how representation […]

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Reitrees

Shenandoah Honors Faculty Retirees

This spring, the university community honors four highly respected, long-term faculty members as they prepare for retirement. Professor of Music (Theory) Donald Black, M.F.A., M.A.; Director of Church Music and Professor of Music (Organ, Harpsichord) Steven Cooksey, Ph.D.; Professor of Religion and Philosophy John Copenhaver, Ph.D.; and Professor of Political Science William Shendow, Ph.D., each […]

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Creative Energy

CREATIVE ENERGY Sparking Connections That Fuel the Future

On an overcast afternoon in August, a member of Shenandoah’s staff walked across Sarah’s Glen toward the Ohrstrom-Bryant Theatre. The air reverberated with the thrum of heavy equipment breaking rock at the construction site for the new Health & Life Sciences Building. The staff member paused, listening as the clanging noise of the construction equipment transformed […]

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Alumni Successes

Naomi

Algernon Sydney Sullivan Awards Presented at Shenandoah University

Shenandoah University presented one of its top honors, the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award, to seniors Duasiané Benjamin ’18 and Karen Cornejo-Guillen ’18 at the College of Arts & Sciences Honors Ceremony in Goodson Chapel-Recital Hall on Friday, May 11, and to Assistant Professor of Nursing Naomi Pitcock, D.N.P., RN, during the 2018 commencement ceremony on […]

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