Fans Consider Team Relocation

By MIKE MORRIS

January 28, 2016

Filed under Commentary, Recent Posts, Showcase 2015

(THE PICKET) – It’s every fan’s worst nightmare: their favorite team packing up and leaving town with the owner storming off in a huff when a city does not give in to his demands for an new stadium. For years, Los Angeles has bee... Read more »

Wi-Fi trouble persistent at Kenamond dormitory

By DA'SHAWN LONG

January 20, 2016

Filed under Commentary, Recent Posts, Showcase 2015

(THE PICKET) – Shepherd University students are all too familiar with the Wi-Fi problems in the dormitories, dating back to fall semester of 2015-2016, when residents in Shaw Hall went the entire first month of school without I... Read more »

Incoming president enthusiastic about addressing campus challenges

December 7, 2015

Filed under Commentary, Recent Posts

Shepherd University incoming President Mary J.C. Hendrix addressed faculty in an open letter to faculty and staff after The Picket published an anonymous letter from an untenured faculty member addressing salary and raise concern... Read more »

An open letter to the new Shepherd University president on faculty salaries from an untenured faculty member

November 20, 2015

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Dear President Hendrix, I would like to congratulate you on your new position and welcome you to this great campus and university. You have made an excellent choice to come to Shepherd University, which I, as a faculty member, s... Read more »

Cancer in the family

By JOHN GLADSTONE

November 16, 2015

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(THE PICKET) –  I was driving to visit my parents in Arlington when they called me. They said I’d need to take a detour to the hospital – my cousin, John-Michael, had leukemia. It had been a long time since I’d se... Read more »

Football team called for resignation; President resigns after protest

By DA’SHAWN LONG

November 13, 2015

Filed under Commentary

(THE PICKET) – The University of Missouri’s football team used its influence to draw change at the University with the resignation earlier this week of school President Tim Wolfe. The resignation comes after months of prot... Read more »

A recipe for disaster: Decreasing retention, inadequate state funding and low faculty pay

November 6, 2015

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Retention is a problem at Shepherd, which was recently highlighted by Katie Gayman in The Picket. The fact is a sizable chunk of students start school here, but don’t finish.                           Jacob Stump Publ... Read more »

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