I remember when I was younger and how my family and I would go out trick-or-treating from house to house. I would fill my pillowcase full of candy and make the trek home to dump all the candy out, count how many pieces I had and sit down by the fireplace to watch the iconic “It’s the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown.”
As a member of the Shippensburg University Red Raider Marching Band (SUMB), I spend my Saturday afternoons in the stands and on the field musically supporting and entertaining the players and fans at Seth Grove Stadium.
After three months of quarantine due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, my playlists began to get repetitive. While listening to jazz and classic rock is fun, I decided to check out new music in genres in which I do not typically listen. I noticed that I have started to listen to more solo artists and jam bands. Here are a few new editions to my playlist:
The world is dealing with the devastating impacts of the COVID-19 coronavirus. However, the fear that the virus is creating is not stopping musical artists and notable celebrities from coming together and raising money for a good cause.
The COVID-19 coronavirus has forced many people, whether in school or in the workforce or both, to remain at home in self-quarantine. However, streaming services such as Netflix and Disney+ can help them pass the time easier.
What struggles do queer women face in south-central Pennsylvania? Nicole Santalucia, an English professor at Shippensburg University, informs the world about these struggles in her novel “The Book of Dirt.”