Every seat in Old Main Chapel was occupied on Wednesday, March 30, as Jill McCorkel, sociology and criminology professor at Villanova University, presented her lecture titled “It’s not Prison Reform if We Leave Women and Girls Behind.” The event began with introductions by Allison Carey, SU sociology department chair, and Theresa Ward, sociology senior and department tutor.
Despite her dark and edgy appearance, Jessica Silverman loves to create with vibrant color. Silverman, a sophomore fine arts major at Shippensburg University, does a little bit of everything — oil pastels, print making, painting, drawing, collaging, mixed media and even her day-to-day makeup.
“Life is unpredictable… Life is the riddle,” Communication/Journalism junior Quinn Erney said about his student film “The Quinn Legacy: The Batman Who Laughs Fan Film” that premiered Feb. 5, 2022, in Orndorff Theater. Based upon the fictional DC Comics villain of the same name, Erney’s multidimensional, horror film aims to teach viewers that life is unpredictable and that its meaning should be questioned.