An Insurgent movie review

by MEGAN HUGHART

March 31, 2015

Filed under Arts & Style, Commentary

Insurgent fits the description for every other young adult movie and novel out there: a bad guy that thinks he’s doing the right thing, heroes fighting the oppressive systems of their government, a love story and agonized teenagers. Despite... Read more »

Review of a student written play

by MEGAN HUGHART

March 31, 2015

Filed under Arts & Style, Commentary, Recent Posts

What Makes a Man is a mature, contemporary play by Shepherd University student Alex Hale. The play is unapologetic and hysterical, while still having an important message underneath the humor. What Makes a Man... Read more »

Government hypocritical in Washington Redskins criticism

by TODD BOWMAN

March 31, 2015

Filed under Commentary, Recent Posts

As I was waiting for a friend this past week to get ready, I was scrolling through Facebook like millions of other Americans and stumbled across a photo stating, “The federal government has ‘tomahawk’ cruise missiles and... Read more »

Shepherd’s lower funding may mean higher tuition

by NICHOLAS McDILL

March 10, 2015

Filed under Commentary

Why is Shepherd University not raising as much money as similar universities? In the 2014 academic fiscal year, Shepherd University raised $2,893,813, according to an annual survey conducted by the Council for Aid to Education. While... Read more »

A response to campus assault

by MIKE McCAHEY

March 10, 2015

Filed under Commentary, Recent Posts

Shepherd University seems far away from anything like assault; it seems as if it could never happen here, but it unfortunately did. Almost immediately after the attack, Shepherd’s campus came alive with fear and wonder about... Read more »

Why students should care about net neutrality

By MIKE MCCAHEY

March 10, 2015

Filed under Commentary

Net neutrality is a complicated issue that has been floating around for many years, but unfortunately not many students at Shepherd University understand what net neutrality is and how it will affect them in the future. The... Read more »

Pros and cons of a student parking garage on campus

by MIKE McCAHEY

March 1, 2015

Filed under Commentary

Parking for students at Shepherd University has been an issue among the student body, and the idea of a parking garage has been proposed to solve this, but do we really need one? It is true that there are a limited number of... Read more »

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