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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.
This weekend the Shippensburg University Marching Band performed at the university’s football game against Clarion University — per the request of SU President Laurie Carter.
If poetry, prose and pizza are some of your favorite things, the English Palooza was the place to be.
Two artists brought their metal and sculpture works to Shippensburg University’s Kauffman Gallery for their net/WORK exhibit last week from August 27-29.
Huber Art Center is the central hub for the Shippensburg Art and Design Department, and boasts several galleries where student exhibits are shown.
The fall semester begins this week, and so will the creativity that comes from the students of Shippensburg University’s Art and Design Department.
The H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center hosts many concerts throughout the year for the community.
Students looking for live entertainment do not have to search far for the fall semester.
Senior members of the woodwind ensembles were recognized by directors Chris Ritter and Suzanne Thierry during their concert. The smaller groups allow for students to form close and meaningful relationships with the directors of their ensembles.
The many Shippensburg University musical ensembles are beginning rehearsals this week and are looking for new members to fill their ranks.
Paramore made the audience forget their “Hard Times” in Philadelphia on June 24.
Wade Wilson continued to break the fourth wall in “Deadpool 2,” delivering a box market success to Twenty-First Century Fox Inc.
Shippensburg University senior Art and Design major Emily Erby sat on an oblong black bench in the Brindle Art Gallery two weeks before graduation, surrounded by her trophies.
Halfway through their mission to play at each of the world’s seven wonders, the world-renowned The Piano Guys stopped by Shippensburg University’s Luhrs Performing Arts Center for a light-hearted concert.
Brian Regan, along with Taylor Tomlinson, brought down the house at the H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center on Saturday with their unique brand of clean and self-deprecating comedy.
After years of buildup, dozens of heroes from the Marvel Cinematic Universe finally converged into one movie in the biggest superhero film created yet.
Personality, diversity and meaning shined through the work of the students from Shippensburg University’s Art and Design Department during its 40th annual “Student Art Exhibition,” which held its opening reception on April 28 in the Kauffman Gallery.
The Shippensburg University-Community Orchestra, conducted by SU professor Mark Hartman, presented its Earth Day concert on Sunday. The concert featured many different songs with earthy themes, according to Kathleen Martin, a clarinet player in the orchestra. The group performed a variety of selections, including Handel’s “D Major Suite from Water Music,” Ennio Morricone’s “Gabriel’s Oboe” from the film “The Mission,” featuring Katelyn Estep as a soloist. Copeland’s “Hoedown” was also a crowd favorite. The orchestra performed selections from Bernstein’s “West Side Story” and John Williams’ musical ending to “Star Wars: Episode IV.”
The Shippensburg University Concert Choir and Madrigal Singers closed their spring semester with a concert in the Shippensburg Messiah United Methodist Church Monday night.