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Shippensburg University brought to life the poetry of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education’s (PASSHE)’s best students and professionals in two-day sessions of the English Association of Pennsylvania State Universities (EAPSU) on Oct. 4-6.
Daughtry has been performing for over a decade, and its fan base has kept them going. “That’s the key ingredient to keeping a band together. That’s the gasoline, and without it you can’t run,” said frontman Chris Daughtry.
Chris Daughtry has challenged himself in other creative ways over the years. He drew the cover of a Batman comic, which was a lifelong dream of his.
James Najarian, an English professor at Boston College, had the conference room chuckling at his poem “Goat Song” and the whimsical habits of his family’s pet goats.
John Denver managed to connect with fans on Friday night at the H. Ric Luhrs Performance Arts Center, two decades after his death.
If you are a fan of short musicals with a meaningful message, Act V Theatre Co.’s production of “21 Chump Street” was the perfect musical to see at Memorial Auditorium last week.
Before Jordana Wagner, a senior art and design major, enrolled at Shippensburg University three-and-a-half years ago, she was passionate about art — she took every art class her high school offered — but was not sure who she was as an artist.
Left to right: Stephanie Rodriguez, Justin Persicketti, Tyler Rock, Francesca Forti and Sophia Jones rehearsed for only three weeks in preparation for the 15-minute musical.
Jordana Wagner, a senior art and design major at SU, is drawn to ceramics because it challenges her to take on the arduous task of creating larger pieces with her bare hands. It has also taught her that making mistakes while creating art should be viewed objectively, as it emits a sense of raw originality.
On Friday night members of the Shippensburg community were invited to a hidden gem located inside the Thought Lot: Whiskers Vintage and Vinyl clothing and music store.
As part of the event, Goat Yoga PA held a session where participants could pay for yoga and have play time with the goats. “They’re so adorable!” Nawa said as she opened the door to see the goats.
(Left to right) Halle Zullinger and Hannah Nawa stand with Kassidy Carbaugh, who won the raffle. Carbaugh received a gift bag and a discount.
Sammy Kershaw, Aaron Tippin and Collin Raye continued the legacy of country music in their “Roots & Boots” tour on Friday in the Shippensburg University H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center.
Life does not always get handed to you on a silver platter.
If you are looking for some entertainment this fall semester at Shippensburg University, Act V Theatre Co. has some shows that might pique your interest.
Several members of the 2017 cast of "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" finish acting out a scene from the well-known movie. Every year, a cast mimes along to the Rocky Horror movie around Halloween for a fun show.
Tippin laid down and reached his microphone out to sing with a young girl in the front row.
Primus considers herself an activist, and has participated in the Women's March, the Climate Change March and the Equality March in Washington, D.C.
The Shippensburg University Department of Global Languages and Cultures brought “Burnt by the Sun,” an award-winning Russian film concerning the Great Purge of Stalinist Russia to the Orndorff Theatre last Tuesday.
The film was presented in SU's Ceddia Union Building, in the Orndorff Theatre, where APB shows many different movies. To reserve the theatre, organizations should visit events. ship.edu and request CUB-123.