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Men’s Soccer Falls in Semi-Finals

After posting three straight wins to close out the regular season and an imperative win in the first round of the 2012 WVIAC men’s soccer tournament, the Rams were ultimately shut down in the...

Shepherd Women Lose in First Round

On Oct. 28, the white hot Shepherd Rams (7-7-3, 5-3-2 WVIAC) faced the Charleston Golden Eagles (7-8-3, 5-3-2 WVIAC) in the first round of the WVIAC playoffs.   They lost, 2-1. The Rams came into the...

Irish Session Lads Kick Off Fall Mini-Session on November 16

Shepherdstown Music and Dance and Upper Potomac Music Weekends are sponsoring an International Concert Series featuring a fall mini-session headed by Irish Session Lads on Nov. 16 and 17. The Irish Session Lads features traditional...

How to Stay Healthy This Flu Season

If midterms didn’t screw up your life, then the flu will. The season is upon us when students will send emails to professors during Nyquil-induced hallucinations begging for both extensions and mercy. This seasonal...

Assassin’s Creed 3 Review

I’ve had mixed feelings toward the “Assassin’s Creed” series since the series started in 2007.   The first two games in the series were really good games, but the previous two games, “Brotherhood” and “Revelations,” felt...

PASS to Sponsor Circo Aereo

The Performance Arts Series at Shepherd University will sponsor a performance by Circo Aereo on November 15, 2012 at 8 p.m. in the Frank Arts Theater.   As described in a 2009 Shepherd University press release,...

Measuring a Degree’s Worth

With the bleak shape of the economy, it has been a major concern of students as to whether or not degrees will even mean anything once graduation day comes.   While the protection of being a...

A Good Shepherd

With the passing of Hurricane Sandy, many people were left without power and with want for safety. Some areas were struck with severe damage while others were just pestered by harder winds.   Considering how destructive...

Reflections on the 2012 Presidential Election

With another election year come and gone, America has chosen to re-elect President Barack Obama to a second term. Many of his supporters see this as an important turning point in American history, one...

Meet and Greet: Nic Tolson

Senior outside linebacker Dominic Tolson adds a scary combination of size and speed to the Ram defense. The graduate of Central High School in Capitol Heights, Md., transferred to Shepherd from St. Paul’s in...

Sandy Shuts down Shepherd

Shepherd University decided to cancel classes and close campus on October 29 - 30 due to severe weather caused by Hurricane Sandy, a decision was made by the executive staff of the university administration....

Volleyball Wins 3 Straight

At this point in the season, the volleyball team has been looking to find any means necessary to turn the season around and earn a bid into the post season.   Within the last week, they...
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