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Wednesday afternoon became a bit more relaxing with a pumpkin decorating and chocolate tasting event sponsored by the Shippensburg University Counseling Center.
October marks Breast Cancer Awareness month and on Tuesday, Oct. 20, Colleges Against Cancer partnered with the Shippensburg University Women’s Center for its annual Breastival in the Ceddia Union Building Amphitheater. The event was one of many incorporated with their Pink Week for breast cancer awareness.
There is something going on behind bathroom stall doors. That’s right, something unspeakable, rarely mentioned, embarrassing even, it is taking place every day — people are pooping. Of course, not everyone is self-conscious, but to those who are, I cannot help but ask ‘why?’
The planetarium was lit with an orange glow as people shuffled in and sat down. Their eyes were pointed toward the domed ceiling Thursday night at Franklin Science Center in the Dibert-Roddick Planetarium.
Eight French students and their professor, Géraldine Réniez, spent a week in New York City and this past week in Shippensburg. Shippensburg University French professor Blandine Mitaut is the connection between SU and St. Joseph. Réniez teaches marketing and retail and sales management at Saint Joseph, which is a university in Boulogne-sur-Mer, France.
Jeremy Flick, senior, 2015 homecoming king
Jaélin Smith, senior, 2015 homecoming queen
The Shippensburg University Homecoming Committee tested the power of SU students — the power of their trivia knowledge, that is. On Oct. 14, the SU Homecoming Committee hosted an Ultimate Superhero Trivia event.