Mike Dixon, A Local Man Participating in Charity

Mike Dixon, A Local Man Participating in Charity

December 10, 2014
Filed under Arts & Style, F14 Issue Twelve

The holiday season is a time when people think about charity, giving back to the community and those who do not have as much as they do. Mike Dickson has taken the idea of charity and made it his mission to feed as many people healthy, good produce as he can. He started working as a landscaper 15... Read more »

Toys for Tots Provides for Disadvantaged Children

Toys for Tots Provides for Disadvantaged Children

December 10, 2014
Filed under Arts & Style, F14 Issue Twelve

Each year in October, the Marine Corps Reserve units begin to collect toys for disadvantaged youngsters across the nation. Shepherd University contributes to the cause in addition to many local businesses. In Shepherdstown there are also collection boxes located at the Phi Epsilon Kappa – Gamma... Read more »

Students Enjoy Variety of Family Traditions During Break

Students Enjoy Variety of Family Traditions During Break

December 10, 2014
Filed under Arts & Style, F14 Issue Twelve

Christmas is a time for family and traditions, and coming together and celebrating the season is popular among the vast majority of Shepherd Students. “Christmas is a beautiful time of the year that brings families together. It’s magical and is where the true spirit of love, redemption and friendship... Read more »

Holiday Guilt at Shepherd

Holiday Guilt at Shepherd

December 10, 2014
Filed under Arts & Style, F14 Issue Twelve

The holiday season is advertised as a joyful time across many forms of media, but it can be a stressful ordeal, and many Shepherd students have said that they have experienced what is known as ‘holiday guilt.’ A quick Google search for holiday guilt will unveil dozens of articles claiming to hold... Read more »

Political Science Department Hosts Ebola Teach-In

Political Science Department Hosts Ebola Teach-In

November 23, 2014
Filed under Arts & Style, F14 Issue Eleven, Showcase

Shepherd University’s department of political science sponsored an afternoon Ebola teach-in on Monday, Nov 10. The event took place in the Robert C. Byrd Center for Legislative Studies auditorium and covered topics concerning Ebola. Dr. Burt Lidgerding, associate professor of biology, opened... Read more »

Student Nursing Association Hosts Chili Cook-Off

Student Nursing Association Hosts Chili Cook-Off

November 23, 2014
Filed under Arts & Style, F14 Issue Eleven

While the football MEC championship roared to life on the Shepherd University football field, the Student Nursing Association held a chili cook-off outside on the midway, catering to football fans and passerby. A group of around 15 came in with 10 family chili recipes to raise money in the friendly... Read more »

Traditions and Food Choice Results for Thanksgiving From Shepherd Survey

Traditions and Food Choice Results for Thanksgiving From Shepherd Survey

November 23, 2014
Filed under Arts & Style, F14 Issue Eleven, Showcase

In the silence of the Shepherd University library and other similarly quiet places, pens scribbled in a vigorous effort to complete a survey on Thanksgiving traditions. Not surprisingly, turkey and mashed potatoes were the front-runners in the meat and veggie categories. “I’m the middle child... Read more »

Campus Events for Those Who Stay Over the Holidays

Campus Events for Those Who Stay Over the Holidays

November 23, 2014
Filed under Arts & Style, F14 Issue Eleven

The majority of campus residents must vacate campus by 6 a.m. the Friday before Thanksgiving break, but some students who are living in the apartments are allowed to stay. “All students living in the suites and residence halls must leave during the break because the dining hall is closed, and so... Read more »

Wine & Food Pairing 101

Wine & Food Pairing 101

November 23, 2014
Filed under Arts & Style, F14 Issue Eleven, Showcase

With the holidays approaching, it’s safe to say that the food will be aplenty and the spirits will flow fruitfully, especially the wine. The sophisticated beverage comes in many shades, flavors and blends, and it has an entire dictionary of terminology that only a wine connoisseur could understand.... Read more »

Unacceptable Improv Joins School Clubs

Unacceptable Improv Joins School Clubs

November 23, 2014
Filed under Arts & Style, F14 Issue Eleven

A group of Shepherd students recently created a new club all about entertaining on the fly called the Shepherd University Unacceptable Improv. Freshman Anthony Hensley, currently undeclared, and sophomore Katlyn Simmons, a communications major, started the group. Hensley is the president of the club... Read more »

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