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“Sex, drugs and suspense,” is how Jennie Giardine, a Shippensburg University alumna, described her first published novel “Opium Dreams.”
According to Giardine, “Opium Dreams” is an unconventional romance that “appeals to all” and one that is highly sensual and full of suspense with twists and turns leaving the reader constantly asking questions and wondering who is behind everything.
The book drive for the 29th Annual Friends of Legal Services ends on Friday, April 15.
“As you’re gathering your tax material together, why not clean out your bookshelves at the same time?” said Carolyn Carter, a Friends of Legal Services volunteer.
Is your mouth craving a new experience?
Local angus beef in steaks and burgers will be ready to cook on the 4-foot grill at CJ’s American Pub and Grill in early March.
Christine Lincoln, a fiction author who has appeared on “The Oprah Winfrey Show,” visited Shippensburg University Wednesday to present two examples of her work.
International students had the opportunity to talk about cultural differences and various issues at Shippensburg University on Thursday, Feb.
What is public relations (PR) and why should I study it?
On Sunday, Feb. 24, Phired Up Productions hosted an event in Old Main Chapel promoting social excellence to undergraduate students.
The Shippensburg Borough Council is composed of six elected officials, each serving four-year terms.
Wheelhouse Café owners met with Shippensburg’s entrepreneurship club E-BOSS to discuss a potential marketing and promotion partnership last week.
On Wednesday, March 13, poet Ryan Teitman read his writing to souls of Shippensburg, then answered their questions during a mellow poetry reading.
Professor Zach Savich’s Poetry Writing class attended the reading along with other students, faculty and fans of written word.
It is time to face the facts ladies: There are not many places in the small town of Shippensburg that offer the cute clothes, shoes and accessories we desire to wear around campus.
Now that spring break has officially come and gone, students are shaking off the rust that quickly built up during break in order to grind out the last few weeks of the semester.
Shippensburg’s Farm Club met last week to plant a new crop of seedlings for the spring. The food will be eaten by many Shippensburg students on-campus.
As the semester gets underway, students are becoming increasingly more stressed and looking for outlets to release some of their energy.
The University Grille in Shippensburg, Pa. is offering a unique new challenge to spice up its menu.
The kitchen staff at the restaurant has created a unique new food challenge in hopes of exciting their customers.
Take the tap off of that keg of Natural Light and head to your local beer store, because contrary to popular belief, there are affordable craft beers out there.
Over 200 students, faculty and community members participated in Shippensburg’s first ever color run on Saturday, April 6 at 1 p.m.
Shippensburg University’s “Up ‘til Dawn” organization will hold its third annual award-winning event, Pies for Kids, on Tuesday, April 16.
In honor of April’s domestic violence awareness month, The Clothesline Project has come to Shippensburg University.
Many students tend to find their schedules to be overwhelming when trying to balance their course load with a club, sport or job thrown on top.