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Red ribbon swirled through the air like a dragon at Sunday’s Asian American Extravaganza, hosted by Shippensburg University’s Asian Club.
Shippensburg University will be holding its fifteenth annual Relay for Life Event in the Recreational Center. The event will run from 6 p.m. April 17 to 6 a.m. April 18.
Most students would recognize Shippensburg University’s president by his white mustache and round, wire rim glasses, usually accompanied by a red, white and blue tie, in true Raider spirit.
Students do not get the opportunity to celebrate their fields of study very often, but when they do, it is a huge affair. Last Tuesday, more than 100 communication/journalism students teemed inside the Tuscarora Room in full-on professional attire. Professors and alumni mingled casually with current students while others talked with colleagues outside of their major concentration.
When was the last time you touched your head to your butt? How about balancing on a unicycle while wearing a straight-jacket?
A challenge. That is what Alyssa Hicks, a senior at Shippensburg University, seems to live for. Whether it be inside or outside the classroom, she is always looking to challenge and better herself. From something as simple as enrolling in a difficult class to something as large as joining a new organization, Hicks has taken advantage of every opportunity she could at SU.
Each year, Raider Challenge is one of the final events for the Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC). The event brings out many Second Bridge High School Junior ROTC units to compete in different events around Shippensburg University’s campus.
Everyone loves buffalo chicken dip. It is easy to make, and affordable to purchase. What is even better is that this stovetop recipe will seriously speed up the process during cooking. These portions will serve around five people.
The tap-tap of rocks being pounded away deafened the students who had gathered under the blue and red-striped tent centered in the quad.