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Noah Kahan, one of many individuals nominated for Best New Artist at the 2024 Grammys, is a folk-alternative musician giving inspiration to many. Kahan is known as an artist who puts his fans’ interests first, digs into his soul to provide fulfilling storylines and utilizes a creative outlet throughout his music.
“He was in the Amazon with my mom when she was researching spiders just before she died.” I wanted to get the joke out of the way, because sadly, this incredible line is not in the finished movie. However, that does not mean there are not plenty more hilariously awful lines to be found in “Madame Web.”
Shippensburg University’s chapter of the Theta Xi fraternity has been issued an interim suspension after hazing allegations came to light in recent days.
A Shippensburg University student remains in prison after being arrested early last week and charged with multiple felonies and other offenses in two separate incidents on campus.
Love is alive in every aspect. Despite Valentine’s Day being over, Shippensburg University students expressed their love in different ways at The Reflector’s Post-Love Open Mic in Stewart Hall on Thursday night.
A recent guilty pleasure of mine has been investing in ABC’s “The Bachelor” series. I’m not proud of enjoying a show that does not pass the Bechdel test, but at the end of a long Monday, it can be fun to set my own worries aside and indulge in some catty drama with a side of hunky tennis player.
The NFL Super Bowl is one of the most awaited and celebrated events in the American annual calendar. It is a combination of the most popular interests within the country — sports, music, military, fashion, fame, food and production. Though all of these interests are equally as important, one of the most aesthetically pleasing interests is fashionability. Obviously.
Shippensburg University welcomed Theresa Runstedtler, a professor at American University as well as the author of the book “Black Ball,” on Feb. 15.
The 2024 spring semester’s first public Shippensburg University Council of Trustees meeting was held on Friday, Feb. 16 at 2 p.m. in the Ceddia Union Building MPR.
Crystals, tarot, and astrology are familiar tropes of being a “granola girl.” However, some practices typically adopted by TikTok creators are a form of cultural appropriation. White sage has now begun to be used within Western spiritual practices. However, smudging, the practice of burning white sage, is a sacred ritual for indigenous American communities for cleansing and spiritual protection.
Even if you do not find yourself keeping up to date with pop music, chances are you have had Taylor Swift popping up somewhere on your feed. Whether her concerts, award wins, NFL relationship or even the 2024 presidential election, it i’s clear Swift is on everyone’s mind. However, are we too obsessed with Taylor?
Jon Stewart recently made his return to “The Daily Show”, and it started with a bang. He made national headlines for his criticisms of both primary presidential candidates in the upcoming election. The main point he made was that both Biden and Trump are the oldest candidates to run for president in U.S. history, breaking the record age that they set themselves in the 2020 election. Stewart was targeted by both liberal and conservative news agencies and personalities over his assessment, but is he wrong?
President Joe Biden may have fallen down a slippery slope that leads to a second term for Donald Trump. Special counsel Robert Hur’s decision not to file criminal charges against the 81-year-old Biden due to him being “a sympathetic, well-meaning, elderly man with a poor memory,” has brought with it a focus on the president’s record that should leave Democrats seeking an escape hatch.
The Shippensburg University Student Government Association (SGA) held its first meeting of the semester this past Thursday, Feb. 8. Despite not reaching quorum, the meeting included reports from all senators and officers in attendance.
The Student Government Association (SGA) is glad to be back in the full swing of things for the spring semester. As we enter this semester, we are proud to announce new opportunities for all students to join SGA in our pursuit of representing every individual on campus.
2024 is shaping up to be a year of renovations for Shippensburg University. The campus is expecting continued refurbishments of its residence halls and a possible redesign of Kriner Hall, but the largest project set to begin this summer is the multi-year Franklin Science Center renovation.