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    After enduring a nine-game losing streak which stretched from mid-March to early April, the Shepherd... Posted on April 15, 2014

    The Shepherd University women’s lacrosse team faced its toughest competition of the season thus far... Posted on April 15, 2014

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    Getting to Know: Dr. Shipley

    “This is a good story,” says Suzanne Shipley. A wide smile appears on her face followed

    April 15th | by Katie Butler

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    Getting to Know: Siriki Diabate

    Siriki Diabate is a senior political science major with a concentration in international studies who

    April 15th | by Betsy Kozak

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    Summer Sessions Are Filling Up

    In the past five years, total enrollment for summer courses has varied between 1300–1500 students.

    April 15th | by Katie Butler

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    Ellzey Named Runner-Up For WV Professor of the Year

    Betty Ellzey, professor of English and chair of the department of English and modern languages,

    April 15th | by Leigh Koonce

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    Voter Registration Deadline Approaching

    The last day to register to vote and still be able to vote in West

    April 15th | by Leigh Koonce

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    Shepherd Offers Services for Assault Victims

    Shepherd University administration's efforts to raise awareness and fight sexual assault goes largely unnoticed by

    April 15th | by Andrew Montgomery

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    Low Student Engagement Prevails in SGA Elections

    Student Government Association (SGA) elections are now over, and it’s time to welcome the next

    April 15th | by Kim Ballard

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    Student Robbed on Campus

    According to campus police a student reported a robbery near the underpass on early Sunday morning. In

    April 10th | by Leigh Koonce

    “This is a good story,” says Suzanne Shipley. A wide smile appears on her...

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    Siriki Diabate is a senior political science major with a concentration in international studies...

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    In the past five years, total enrollment for summer courses has varied between 1300–1500...

    April 15, 2014 | by 

    Betty Ellzey, professor of English and chair of the department of English and modern...

    April 15, 2014 | by 

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