After canceling the event last year because of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, Shippensburg University welcomed back children from the community for the annual Children’s Fair on April 10 at the ShipRec.
Students gathered in Shipppensburg University’s Ceddia Union Building’s (CUB) multi-purpose room (MPR) to spend the night stuffing teddy bears to add to their stuffed animal collection and tie-dye shirts on March 20.
St. Patrick’s Day is March 17 and you are probably still figuring out how to ring in the holiday without breaking COVID-19 coronavirus social regulations. You might not be able to drink with friends at house parties or go to Indiana University of Pennsylvania for IUPatty’s but you can celebrate in safe ways. Here a few ways to celebrate the Irish holiday during this new normal.
Bustling away making several different drinks per minute, Shippensburg University senior Fatira Porter works five-hour shifts during the week at the campus Starbucks in between attending classes to earn her criminal justice degree.
For a decade, Farmers on the Square has provided the Carlisle community with farm fresh products and goods. During the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, the farmers’ market stepped up its game to continue to feed the town.
Juggling academics and being a CEO of a small business would be too much to handle for many students, but Shippensburg University alumna Leah Mottershead and senior Cassy Cohen manage to defeat the odds as they work on getting their degrees while owning a company.
Months have passed since the COVID-19 coronavirus quarantine and establishments are still implementing social distancing causing many continue to self-isolate and cut themselves off from social interaction.
For the majority of my life, people have told me how I should act and speak. Growing up in a somewhat strict Jamaican household, speaking the “Queen’s English” and being respectful were extremely important. Maybe it was my parent’s disgust with stereotypical African American behavior, or perhaps it was going to a boujee (bourgeoisie) elementary school that heavily impacted my personality and how I would act in order to be as posh as possible.