En garde!: SU club teaches foils and footwork
Metal clashed as each opponent parried a sideways dance of tiny steps and lunging attacks. Tucked away in the Shippensburg University’s recreational center is where the Fencing Club members meet twice a week, don white vests of armor, pull down netted screens across their faces and play a sword game.
The weapons the Fencing Club uses are actually not swords at all, but foils and epees.
Real women make for empowered beauty
Gripping the makeup brush, a student hesitantly began to apply foundation to her face. Mary Kay was one of the three booths at the Empowerment Day for women, hosted by Feminists Raising Empowerment and Equality (FREE).
“I’m OK if she does it.
SU kicks cancer’s butt at Relay
The best parts of Shippensburg University were on display Friday night as students and faculty united to raise money and awareness in SU’s seventh annual Relay for Life.
Relay for Life is an overnight community fundraising event that raises money for the American Cancer Society.
Senior student offers advice and thanks
Whether you are a freshman or a senior at Shippensburg University, your time here is limited. Those entering college wish they were already finished and some who are in their last few weeks wish they could start over and enjoy the ride all over again.
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