Imagine your significant other has cancer. Now imagine finding out your best friend, who you were supposed to see in a few hours, died in a sudden plane crash. For Carole Radziwill, this was her grim reality.
The power of art unites fellow state universities, Millersville and Shippensburg, with Millersville University Art and Design Faculty Invitational Exhibition at the Kauffman Gallery.
It is a Saturday evening and you are in your dorm room trying to decide if you should microwave some Ramen or eat leftovers, but on March 11 your options expand to dinner and a show.
Vivid owls representing different forms of hard drugs and ceramics showing the feud between individuals and society filled the Shippensburg Arts Programming & Education (SHAPE) gallery Friday evening.
Every seat in the Cora I. Grove Spiritual Center Chapel was filled with students and faculty taking in the fascinating art of poetry Thursday during a poetry reading hosted by Shippensburg University’s Women’s Center.
Five years and three albums ago, Ed Sheeran revealed his heart was just as fiery as his hair with love song anthems “Lego House” and “Give Me Love” from his debut album “+,” followed by 2014 fan favorites “Thinking Out Loud” and “Photograph.”
College can be a period of confusion and darkness, but Emily Barnes is going to “Let in the Light” with the release of her new album at The Thought Lot on Friday.
“Jazz is one of the few styles of music that originated in this country, and we in the Shippensburg Area School District have the privilege of teaching and encouraging out students in this unique style that is such an important part of who we are as Americans” said Jennifer Enders, director of the 7th and 8th grade Jazz Hounds.