SU’s first Peeps show an eye-popping event

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Posted: March 28, 2013

The Winchester Star

Shenandoah University sophomore Michelle Tran stands by her winning student Peeps diorama of the school’s band at Shentel Stadium. (Photo by Scott Mason/The Winchester Star)
This Peeps float has the Shenandoah University Homecoming king and queen sitting at the top as part of the Peeps contest. The float was constructed by staff members from the Wilkins Administration Building — Alicia Brubaker, Marjorie Orndorff, Tammy Marco, Meredith Reel and Brittany Michael.
Shenandoah University V.I.Peep judges Rhonda VanDyke Colby, Shenandoah University dean of spiritual life; Bill Pierson, associate professor of theater; and Bryon Grigsby, senior vice president, judge some of the Peeps dioramas made by SU students and staff Wednesday afternoon.
This is the iPeep in the SU Peeps diorama contest. (Photo by Scott Mason/The Winchester Star)

WINCHESTER — Using 34 marshmallow Peeps and 20 hours of her time, sophomore Michelle Tran made a replica of Shenandoah University’s pep band.

On Wednesday, Tran placed first at SU’s first Peeps…

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