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Your friends are not your friends if they don’t like you. That seems redundant, but I feel the need to say it anyway. I learned this lesson the hard way before coming to college, and it has reshaped the way I view my relationships with other people.
Did you buy bananas from Walmart that went bad before you could bring yourself to eat them? For under $10, you can turn that mushy fruit into a delicious bread.
This past summer, I bought a book to treat myself after a long semester of school. I did not expect to unlock a whole genre of my new favorite books: Greek myth retellings.
There is quite the variety of people in the garden of Shippensburg University. Among the flowers is Jack Myers, a junior biology major in the secondary education certification track.
This past summer, I worked in my father’s cancer research laboratory as a laboratory technician. My favorite part of this job was learning to work with the colony of mice we maintained to study the way different receptors inside cells impact cancer growth. This singular part of working in a laboratory required many hours of training, briefing on protocols and approval clearances. It gave me a deeper understanding of what exactly happens when scientists use animals for research, and I think that the media has skewed the reality of this practice.
On June 24, the Supreme Court finalized overturning Roe v. Wade. News that the Supreme Court might decide to overturn Roe v. Wade was leaked in May. Much of the public was outraged by the news then, and even more are angered now.
On Saturday, April 2, 2022, eight senior art and design majors presented their finest work at their Senior Art Exhibit in the Kauffman Gallery. A variety of mediums were displayed, from paintings to ceramics to digital animation; the room hosted the wide range of skills the students cultivated during their time at Shippensburg University. Each student chose to focus on a specific theme for their collection of pieces and gave a brief synopsis of their interests during the event.
Hunter-gatherer cultures saw an arguably “more equal” distribution of labor, which in turn lead to less of a gap between the sexes. The dawn of civilization is what caused the downfall of equality roughly 5,000 years ago.
Lexi Shockey, a senior art educa- tion major at Shippensburg Univer- sity, hosted her final “Slip Transfer” demonstration on Feb. 16. She host- ed the workshop for fellow ceramics students last year as well to share her technique with other students and to demonstrate the endless possibilities that clay has for an artist.
With Valentine’s Day love still in the air, here is my opinion on what the best and worst pet names are this year. They are ranked from best to worst in regards to what will make others say “Aww” or “Eww” when they hear you say it.
As the day of chocolates and love letters approaches rapidly, I’ve decided to do the general populous a favor and remind everyone in relationships of what things your significant other would probably appreciate on this obligatory celebration.
On Saturday, Nov. 20, the Shippensburg University Concert Choir and Madrigal Singers hosted their first full concert since 2019 at The Shippensburg First Church of God.
In the early morning of Oct. 29, Megan Thee Stallion released “Something for Thee Hotties.” An out-of-the-blue compilation of achieved songs, remixes and skits that did not make it on her most recent album.
On Wednesday, Sept. 29, Matt Ramsay stood outside the Ezra Lehman Memorial Library, coffee in hand, to answer any questions that students passing asked.
As I have no doubt you’ve seen in the news, Texas passed a new law that makes it illegal for a woman to terminate her pregnancy after six weeks. On September 1, Politician Greg Abbott tweeted how “Texas will always defend the right to life,” in celebration of this.