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Cancer got a slap-down from students slamming volleyballs across the net during the Colleges Against Cancer (CAC) volleyball tournament. The tournament was a way to raise money for Relay for Life, which donates its proceeds to the American Caner Society.
Shippensburg University has been a remarkable school for Kelsey Chattin, but it is time to move onto Thomas Jefferson University.
The Shippensburg University chapter of the Psi Chi International Honor Society in psychology held its annual induction ceremony in the Ceddia Union Building’s Orndorff Theater on Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 24.
The tunnel was dark and moody and consumed by truths that will break your heart.
Golden honey dripped from students’ hearts, oozed from their mouths and connected them with the same sugary stickiness as they reflected on their experiences at Jubilee, a Christian conference that took place from Feb. 20-22 in Pittsburgh.
Students filled out life-saving paperwork for an organization that links patients who need bone marrow with matching donors within its registry on Thursday in the Ceddia Union Building for Be the Match bone marrow drive.
Students danced the night away for both a workout and to support a great cause.
Shippensburg University is in the running to become Peta2’s “favorite vegan-friendly” small college.
The year of the sheep swooped in with a bitterly cold first day, and I sat in Starbucks sipping on iced coffee with a monkey.
Things have taken a drastic change this year, as far as cadet summer training is concerned. The infamous Leadership Development and Assessment Course (LDAC) has been changed to the Cadet Leadership Course (CLC).
This Lemon Herb Chicken is not only delicious and jam-packed with protein, it is also super affordable and easy to make.
Electric blue eyes bulged from the lion’s wide, red head as he curiously peered closer and closer into students’ faces. His mouth chomped open and close as he approached, nearly knocking over a girl as she backed away and he came even closer, shaking his ornate head so the black strings dangling from his chin danced. The lion’s permanent smile, so slight but stretching across from one side of his face to the other, made him look more like an eager puppy and less of a ferocious beast as he sniffed the students and wriggled his orange-red and gold striped body.