University struggles to compete for students

by NICHOLAS McDILL

February 28, 2015

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SHEPHERDSTOWN - As Shepherd University officials debate how to boost enrollment, the issue of whether to pursue a liberal arts course or better prepare students for the workforce has emerged. “It’s getting harder and harder... Read more »

Concerns raised about number of reported assaults

by STEPHANIE DEAL

February 28, 2015

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Faculty Senate Meeting/Shepherd Judicial Process SHEPHERDSTOWN - Shepherd University faculty expressed concern in a recent meeting that the number of reported assaults at the University is inaccurate based on national statistics... Read more »

New town library plans will continue

by KELSEY STONEBERGER

February 28, 2015

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SHEPHERDSTOWN - For anyone who calls Shepherdstown, W.Va. home, even if not an official resident here, and has ever enjoyed the library on German Street, you are in for a treat, because Shepherdstown is getting a new library. Since... Read more »

University shedding new light on campus

by HAASAHN PEYTON and NICHOLAS MCDILL

February 28, 2015

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SHEPHERDSTOWN - Following the assault on a student that took place Sunday, Feb. 1 behind Shaw Hall on the Shepherd University Campus (more details here:  http://supicket.com/news/2015/02/02/exclusive-shepherd-student-recounts-attempted-rape/),... Read more »

Tinder-ella finds her Tinder-fella

by HAYLEY BUTLER

February 27, 2015

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SHEPHERDSTOWN - Tinder is a social matchmaking platform introduced to the public in August of 2012. Although the application was originally intended to be for college campuses, Tinder became a socially accepted public... Read more »

Student Government Association meets with Shepherd University Police to discuss campus safety

by NICHOLAS McDILL

February 27, 2015

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SHEPHERDSTOWN - Shepherd University Police Sergeant David Kelvington spoke to the executive board of the Student Government Association on Monday, Feb. 16, about campus safety, said SGA vice President Graham Scott. Kelvington... Read more »

Armed robbery investigation slows

by TODD BOWMAN

February 25, 2015

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SHEPHERDSTOWN - The investigation into the Dec. 1, 2014 armed robbery at University Heights Apartment complex has slowed because residents of the apartment who initially reported the incident have chosen not to participate... Read more »

University prepares for snow

by DANNY KREMEN

February 17, 2015

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SHEPHERDSTOWN - While the winter storm has already hit the campus, Shepherd University braced for the storm before the snow began to fall. Christie Harshman is the grounds supervisor in the facilities building at Shepherd University,... Read more »

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