“America’s Got Talent” finalist, iLuminate, showed Shippensburg University there is more than meets the eye Wednesday, as it transformed a pitch-black stage in H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center into the magical iLuminate Town.
The Activities Program Board (APB) hosted Valentine’s Bingo on Thursday night, bringing relaxation, fun and a chance for Shippensburg University students to win prizes.
The annual presentation of “The Vagina Monologues” quickly approaches and will begin at 8 p.m. from Feb. 16-18 in Shippensburg University’s Memorial Auditorium.
Communication/journalism student Sylvia McMullen has a public relations emphasis and is currently the assistant public relations director for The Slate. McMullen joined the staff in fall 2015 and has held multiple positions including assistant web director and web director.
One of my all-time favorite meals is pasta. It’s cheap, easy and there are so many variations. What I really love about stuffed shells is that they’re rather classy.
Neatly stacked papers and folders sit on the edge of a clean and otherwise bare desk. In front of the president’s desk, four chairs point directly inward at a small round table, which held nothing but an organized portfolio.
From thieving monkeys to Indian stereotypes, students learned a lot from Luis Melara’s talk about his escapades in India on Thursday at the Dauphin Humanities Center at Shippensburg University.
If you are looking for an expert in American media, simply follow the aroma of scented candles and soft music trailing from Room 417 in Grove Hall. There you will find political science professor Alison Dagnes who appeared on National Geographic’s “Star Talk” last Monday night.
Sophomore Logan Wein is a Shippensburg University student from South Williamsport, Pennsylvania. A communication/journalism major and an international studies minor, Wein is an active student who balances school work with leadership positions in many campus organizations.