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Shepherd Students Speak Out About The Coronavirus

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va.,—In December 2019, the Coronavirus, officially named Covid-19 by the World Health Organization, was discovered in Wuhan, China. It has since then spread throughout Asia and Europe effecting over 84 countries including the...

Shepherd Men’s Basketball season comes to an end in their loss to Millersville 79-69.

“It’s hard to beat a team three times," was the slogan for the night as the Shepherd men’s basketball team lost to Millersville University 79-69 in the first round of the Pennsylvania State Athletic...

Shepherd Women’s Basketball Win First Round of Tournament Play

SHEPHERDSTOWN W.Va., - The Shepherd women’s basketball team won their first round matchup in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) tournament on Monday in the Butcher Center against Lock Haven. The Rams will take the...

Shepherd basketball gears up for PSAC tournament

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va., - The Shepherd women and men’s basketball teams are preparing for postseason play as the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Basketball Championship begins on Monday. The women’s team finished the regular season with a...

Beeman and Clayton gain weekly PSAC honors

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va., - Shepherd women’s basketball freshman guard Abby Beeman and junior forward Sydney Clayton were announced as the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference East women’s basketball athletes of the week on Monday. Beeman was named...

Shepherd baseball voted fifth in PSAC East preseason poll

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va., – Shepherd University baseball was picked to finish fifth in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference East division in a preseason poll released by the conference. The Rams are playing their first season in...

Clayton surpasses 1,000 career points

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Shepherd women’s basketball forward Sydney Clayton surpassed 1,000 career points in the team’s loss to Kutztown on Saturday. Clayton, a junior from Frederick, Md., reached the 1,000-point milestone on her first basket...

Shepherd Women’s basketball blow out Millersville

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - The Shepherd Women’s basketball team secured their 13th win in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) on Wednesday night in the Butcher Center. The Rams bounced back from their overtime loss on...

Sonic the Hedgehog was fun, flawed

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Jeff Fowler’s new Sonic the Hedgehog movie based off the high-selling game of the same name set a dangerous precedent for existing intellectual property adaptations. As many are already aware, this...

Oscars 2020: Our thoughts

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. — The 92nd Oscars aired on Feb. 9th, and despite the failure on part of the Academy in the way of gender inclusivity, and some expectant pandering, they did not disappoint. Parasite won...

Jojo Rabbit, a cathartic experience

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. — PG-13 Nazi comedy Jojo Rabbit is a singularly cathartic experience. It’s not for the individual, but for generations of people. The trailer left a touchy impression, threatening to trivialize the plight of the...

Jordan and Daggett Lead Rams Past Bloomsburg

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. – Phillip Jordan and Kyle Daggett combined for 43 points in Shepherd’s win over Bloomsburg University on Saturday in a Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference matchup. The Rams (10-12, 6-10 PSAC) defeated the Huskies...
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