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McCormick Civil War Institute Publishes Its First Book

Shenandoah University’s McCormick Civil War Institute has published its first book—one that chronicles a Union soldier’s wartime experience and his beliefs on war, politics and the homefront. “So Much to Say” is an account of the Civil War experience of Robert Bradbury, a Union corporal in Battery D, the First Pennsylvania Light Artillery. The book […]

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Woodrow Wilson

Esteemed Wilson Historians Take Stage at Shenandoah

Shenandoah University showcases the country’s three leading scholars on former U.S. President Woodrow Wilson during a panel discussion on March 18. Patricia O’Toole, John Milton Cooper and Thomas J. Knock, the three preeminent scholars on Wilson and his times, present “Breaking The Heart Of The World: Woodrow Wilson And The League Of Nations” at 6:30 […]

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A Prominent Place book cover

Book Featuring Student, Faculty & Alumni Writers Published

“A Prominent Place: Winchester’s 275 Years in 50 Artifacts,” an anthology of 50 essays co-edited by Jonathan A. Noyalas, M.A. ’01, director of the McCormick Civil War Institute, was released at a special event, with a panel discussion featuring selected essay authors, in Henkel Hall, Hester Auditorium, in October. The book, a joint project between […]

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Alumni Successes

Henry

Law & History

After receiving an honorable discharge from the United States Marine Corps, Jeffrey L. Harding ’81 began his first semester at Shenandoah University. Shenandoah was flexible with his admission and he was able to graduate in three years, graduating with honors and receiving the Barclay History Award. SU continues to excel in all levels of academics.The […]

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McCormick Civil War Institute Publishes Its First Book

Shenandoah University’s McCormick Civil War Institute has published its first book—one that chronicles a Union soldier’s wartime experience and his beliefs on war, politics and the homefront. “So Much to Say” is an account of the Civil War experience of Robert Bradbury, a Union corporal in Battery D, the First Pennsylvania Light Artillery. The book […]

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Jonathan Noyalas portrait photo

MCWI Director Delivers Keynote for Commemoration & Directs Historical Tour

On Saturday, July 13, McCormick Civil War Institute (MCWI) Director Jonathan Noyalas ’01, M.A., had the honor of delivering the keynote address for the National Park Service’s 155th anniversary commemoration of the Battle of Fort Stevens. The event attracted nearly 600 individuals and also featured remarks by  U.S. Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton. Noyalas’ remarks can be […]

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