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As seven weeks pass and seven contestants were eliminated from the competition, the remaining three contestants of Ship Idol battle it out to make it to the final two.
With their nerves building in anticipation each contestant sang two songs on Wednesday, April 6, in Grove Forum.
No nook or cranny goes unoccupied, with wild colorful clothing, mannequin heads wearing wigs, handbags hanging from the ceiling and jewelry galore; Deja Vu Boutique has something for everyone.
Even Deja Vu’s owner Essee Martin is stimulating to take in with just one look.
The English department at Shippensburg University welcomed a new faculty member this year.
Professor Neil Connelly, 42, arrived at SU in the Fall 2010 semester and jumped into teaching fiction and poetry.
With the decision to move to Pennsylvania with his family, Connelly chose the open position because he admired SU’s faculty and the college’s endeavors.
“I looked on the Web-site and I was impressed with the faculty that is here,” he said.
Have you ever just stumbled upon something that changed your life – something so unexpected and incredible that has brought amazing opportunities to your doorstep?
Well I had one of those experiences last year when I became the intern at a Harrisburg radio station.
BOB 94.9 is a country radio station that broadcasts out of Harrisburg.
Graduation is close in site and Christine Guenther is excited to be graduating from Shippensburg University.
She has gained a lot of experience within her past four years spent at Shippensburg, and feels prepared to step out into the working world.
Guenther is a senior majoring in communication/journalism with a public relations emphasis.
Love was in the air as the remaining nine Ship Idol contestants belted heartfelt songs on Tuesday, Feb.
Many students hear the title, “Vagina Monologues” and are confused. Some people in the campus community may even be uncomfortable.
The Thought Lot, located at Orange and Earl streets, may look like just a warehouse from the outside, but inside it is full of endless possibilities for local business owners, artists and musicians.
On Tuesday, Feb. 7, the Shippensburg University Homecoming Committee presented a $5,000 check to the Shippensburg Public Library Capital Campaign.
Thirteen years ago, Jill Hudock never would have seen herself as one of the master gardeners and heads of the Shippensburg Peace Garden.
Every year, thousands of hopeful singers from all over the US attempt to fulfill their dreams by auditioning to become the next “American Idol.”
Several SU students have a similar dream and share a passion for expressing their talents.
With the controversy surrounding Shippensburg University and the Plan B contraceptive, it is all too clear that there are several misconceptions not only about the vending machine on campus, but Plan B as well.
Shippensburg University student Kelsea Collins is like Maroon 5 and has got the “Moves Like Jagger.”
She is an English major who is keeping it moving as her college career blossoms into an opportunity to study abroad.
“I don’t know what I want to do with the rest of my life so maybe this will give me a better idea,” Collins said in a quiet study room close to home at SU.
Collins began traveling to Limerick University in Ireland on Jan.
Having a hard time dealing with the stresses of school?
The Thought Lot Contemporary Arts Center may be able to help with its Vinyasa yoga.
“WTF? Where’s the Fun?” Many students on the campus of Shippensburg University often find themselves sitting around in boredom asking this very question.
With two weeks down, the aspiring singers of Ship Idol begin to feel comfortable as the competition continues into its third week.
Many Shippensburg students may remember The Hop, a diner just off-campus near Old Main.
The Hop was sold over the summer, leaving students without a nearby diner for their eating needs.
The Treat, located in town on 9849 Molly Pitcher Highway, is the new Hop.
Many college students are lucky enough to have their parents put them through college, but there are a select few of us who are not as fortunate.
Shippensburg University Residence Life held its annual Tunnel of Oppression event at Naugle Hall on Feb.
For students who have never had the pleasure of experiencing one of John Ellerbach’s classes, it should be on a list of things to do before graduation.