Friendly faces with a passion for the environment gathered together on the quad on Thursday as the Environmental Club hosted its Earth Day celebration.
“United in Verse,” a program to join the many languages that are spoken on Shippensburg University’s campus with poetry, was held in the Cora L. Grove Spiritual Center on April 18.
Shippensburg University students were transported to the town of “Friendlyville” during a department-sponsored simulation intended to raise awareness for impoverished families in the Shippensburg area.
The St. Baldricks Foundation returned to Shippensburg University for its annual “Shave the Ship” event in the Ceddia Union Building (CUB) Multi-purpose Room (MPR) on Wednesday which was open to students, faculty and volunteers.
The holidays are over and we have all returned back to classes for the remainder of the semester, but one thing is certain — some of us are happy to be back.
The first thing one notices in Allen Dieterich-Ward’s tiny office is his unusual collection of old coal mining artifacts. His largest is a deep black image of a mining shovel called “The Gem of Egypt.”