A new poetry exhibit, featuring the work of multiple English students, opened Thursday afternoon in the Shippensburg University Ezra Lehman Memorial Library.
Shippensburg University’s campus radio station, WSYC 88.7 FM, will be on air for 24 hours nonstop from 8 a.m. April 21 to 8 a.m. April 22, for its fourth “Up All Night” broadcast event.
The Thought Lot displayed a throwback show of jazz and Dixie music Saturday with the Keating Jazz Orchestra, which showcased its skills to a packed house.
We are told about reducing our carbon footprint through recycling, taking shorter showers and turning off lights, but what about using an eco-friendly kiln to create pottery?
This year’s Ship’s Got Talent event came to a close Wednesday, and a new winner has been crowned — freshman Marissa Strouse took home first place after impressing both the judges and the crowd.
The Thought Lot showcased a relaxing evening of acoustic folk music on Saturday as The Positronic Cats and Eli August played to a modest audience, playing simple songs filled with immense imagery and relatable themes.
From car tires to human organs, Shippensburg University senior art majors showcased an array of works that expressed their emotions and creativity at the Kauffman Gallery on Saturday.
The Shippensburg University concert band took the stage at the H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center on Sunday afternoon to perform several pieces under the instruction of band director Trever R. Famulare.