The Cora I. Grove Spiritual Center filled with students as The Reflector and Write the Ship kicked off their yearly launch party on April 19.
Every student hopes to make an impact on others when attending a college. Some students achieve these goals through clubs, activities or working on campus.
As the end of the semester draws near and students prepare for finals, Roger Serr, Vice President of Student Affairs, prepares for retirement after 23 years of working at Shippensburg University.
Tax season is upon us, and many college students are celebrating after receiving their tax refund, which seems like a nice bonus after hitting bank accounts.
The Disabilities Awareness Club hosted a paint night in Shippensburg University’s Ceddia Union Building Multipurpose Room on Thursday to spread awareness of Turner Syndrome.