With the sunlight from the huge window in her office shining in, Professor Nicole Santalucia sits planning to create a positive work environment for every class period.
With finals week quickly approaching, students found a way to destress last Thursday afternoon by getting to play with puppies in the Naugle hall MPR.
President Carter became a “melon head” after supporting the Shippensburg University Love Your Melon (LYM) Campus Crew, in the Ceddia Union Building, Monday, November 27, at a tabling event hosted to generate awareness and win a contest.
Everyone in attendance knows the weekly, hour-long Inclusive Basketball session has come to an end when social work and gerontology professor Marita Flagler shouts to gather up.
As we slide into finals week, we understand that all-nighters are a must to get the copious amounts of school work done before deadlines and due dates.
Campus has become a little bit brighter with the start of The Kindness Rocks Project, a campaign started by junior Kristin Thorpe, who has made it her mission to spread kindness on campus by inviting students to paint inspirational messages on rocks to be placed around Shippensburg University and Rails-to-Trails.
As part of the Shippensburg University Department of Social Work and Gerontology, five social work students developed a Hunger Awareness Dinner Banquet for students, staff, and community members within the surrounding area.