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We live our lives with the intention to make things as convenient as possible.
We drive the shortest and fastest routes and walk the shortest and quickest paths to our destinations.
As college students, I know most of us plan the exact amount of time it takes to get from rooms to classrooms, with time to spare.
Dr. Richard T. Hise, Professor Emeritus of marketing at Texas A&M University and a former Shippensburg University professor, recently wrote a book titled, “A Christian View of the War Against Islam.”
In the book, Hise uses the Bible in an attempt to explain the current conflict in the Middle East and argues that God will eventually resolve the threat of radical Islam.
Victims of rape could soon face punishment in New Mexico if a law to criminalize aborting a fetus is passed.
Republican Representative Cathrynn Brown introduced House Bill 206, which would charge victims of rape with a third-degree felony charge if the victim chooses to terminate her pregnancy.
Last Friday we all experienced the first snowstorm of the new semester here at Shippensburg.
I hate winter.
I hate snow.
Last week my friend and I joined each other for lunch in Reisner Dining Hall.
She got two bananas and an apple to enjoy when we heard someone’s voice say, “Excuse me, Miss?”
It was a man who works in Reisner, calling for my friend’s attention to tell her that the food on our table could not leave the buidling.
All around campus, the sound of cascading bricks, shattering glass and growling bulldozers can be heard invading the quiet and serene campus to which we have grown accustomed.
Shippensburg is the city that sleeps.
The meager excitement lasts from a few hours after sunrise to a couple hours after sunset every night.
I am sure that everyone has heard of the new MTV show, “Buckwild.”
To be honest, I wish I never had.
When I was little, creativety came easily.
All I asked to recieve for Christmas, my birthday or even Easter was paper, colored pencils, crayons and markers.
All I ever wanted to do was draw, color and write.
When little, children make up imaginary friends, events that happen and stories in their heads.
I see this all the time with my three nephews.
But why do we lose that?
Obviously we do not walk around with imaginary friends that get us in trouble like in the movie, “Drop Dead Fred,” but you get the picture.
I am slowly reaching that point in the semester where I feel I have created a rut for myself.
I have done away with checking what classroom number my classes are in.
Pennsylvania has experienced a 15.5 percent increase in children in poverty.
Not only is this attribute affecting families and children at home, but it is taken to the classroom as well.
In case anyone missed it, the Cumberland County Commissioners voted to move the voting facility for Shippensburg Township away from the SU University Foundation building to the Emergency Services Building.
We will all forever remember Dec. 14, 2012.
This was the day 20-year-old Adam Lanza drove to Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newton, Ct.
“The gun control proposals President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden issued are for the better.”
That is a bold statement because I come from an area where everyone has guns, either for protection or for hunting purposes.
The Second Amendment does not matter.
Trivial legal arguments claimed powers do not matter; only what should be done matters.
The theoretical argument for gun rights rests not in use, but in ownership.
A harsh topic to discuss and justify, the question of gun control has loomed over the U.S. for quite some time.
You like your morning class.
Sure, it is lecture only but your teacher makes the effort to share some corny jokes and interesting anecdotes to keep you all from falling asleep.
After the latest short story, your teacher asks a question about the material and that is when this student’s hand goes up.
While the government tries to pay off its debts from when the country began, college students are trying to pay off their debt from their minimum four years of college that can include tuition, housing, bills, food and books.
There is something tranquil about Shippensburg’s campus that I love.
As I just finished reading an article about gay marriage, I am now heated.