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The new psychological thriller movie “Mother!” is unlike any other psychological film released this year. Mastermind Darren Aronofsky, who is known for his films “Black Swan” and “Requiem for a Dream,” invites viewers into his mold-breaking thriller through the seemingly average relationship between the poet, played by Javier Bardem, and Jennifer Lawrence as Mother.
When someone mentions dancing, acting and modeling in 6-inch heels they may think of Beyoncé, but Shippensburg University’s ELITE Modeling Troupe is also synonymous with these things.
Artist, educator and creator Ian Stewart spoke to an intimate group about the thought process behind creating art Saturday as part of the closing reception for his exhibit “Drawn to Form: Doodles, Drawings and Dimensions.”
For the premiere of her new series, Emma invites two of her great friends to talk about every game mentioned during recent Nintendo Direct from last Thursday. No, really. We talked about every single game featured during it. So strap yourself in for our commentary that actually lasts a bit longer than the Direct did.
It was a time warp back to 1978 when the Little River Band (LRB) performed at Shippensburg University’s H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center Saturday night. When the band’s banner slowly inched down at the beginning of the concert, the crowd was in pure euphoria and fans were swaying, tapping and clapping along to LRB’s classics.
Shrinking a lifelong compilation of nearly 4,000 sketches down to 20 was an arduous task for Toronto, Canada-based designer and educator, Ian Stewart. These final 20 pieces of artwork that survived the scrutiny of Stewart and other design professionals, are on display in Shippensburg University’s Kauffman Gallery, titled “Drawn to Form: Doodles, Drawings and Dimensions.”
Christians and music lovers alike united at the Shippensburg Fairgrounds for its annual Uprise Festival this past weekend.
The Shippensburg University Art Department sponsored the university-wide spring break trip to Rome, Italy, last spring. Of the 42 travelers who went on the trip, 16 were SU students.
Shippensburg University’s Pokémon Club catches Nintendo fans with free weekly Pokémon Trading Card Game Online’s (PTCGO) and promotion cards, and retains their involvement with fellowship among video game fanatics.
Shippensburg University appointed Vickie Hubbard as director of the Luhrs Performing Arts Center (LPAC) in July, but now that classes are back in session and campus is filled with students, Hubbard cannot wait to share in the magic of entertainment with SU.
Shippensburg University welcomed back its residents to a movie night on Friday, that despite the weather, fostered community bonding and friendship for the Fall Semester. SU’s Activities Program Board (APB) hosted the movie night, which featured one of the latest DC Comic heroes — Wonder Woman.
Seeking a virtual reality, the feeling of several hours of sleep and a funny video to post online, 30 eager SU students were placed into a hypnotic state by international comedy hypnotist, Michael C. Anthony Thursday night in Shippensburg University’s Ceddia Union Building (CUB) Multipurpose Room.
“The Kauffman and Brindle Art Galleries”
Gentle giant Okja oinks out for all animals that have suffered through the inhumane practices of factory farming or a life destined for the slaughterhouse in the Netflix original movie, “Okja.” Through her harrowing fight for life, Okja brings the topic of animal welfare back into the eye of the public as we are left with some substantial food for thought that deviates well beyond the fictional super pig.
After dropping an EP entitled “Prima Donna” last summer, the Long Beach rapper Vince Staples quickly got to work on his new full-length album. In the months leading up to the release of “Big Fish Theory,” Staples dropped three singles and embarked on a tour of the United States.
DC Comic’s “Wonder Woman” hit theaters on June 2 and has shown superhero fans just how iconic Wonder Woman still is today.
Shippensburg Arts Programming & Education (SHAPE) will kick off summer on a hot notewith its 12th annual Summer Solstice Art Festival tomorrow, June 17. Music, art, food and fun will take over Shippensburg Township Park from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. as locals come together to celebrate the change of season in a creative fashion.
Stepping outside of the spotlight and onto black and white pages, Lily Collins debuted her first book “Unfiltered: No Shame, No Regrets, Just Me” last month, which tapped into a side of her that she has long hidden from the often critical eyes that accompany fame.
Shippensburg University’s McFeely’s Coffeehouse lounge is a small, dimly lit space fit with more chairs than it ever fills and a thin, wooden stage that rarely gets much use. Despite the meager venue and the modest crowd of 20 students, SU’s Game On: Improv! comedy group still aimed for the big laughs at its final public performance of the semester on May 4.
Stewart Hall transformed beautifully into the Little Princess Playhouse on Saturday morning for the double feature production, “Alice in Wonderland” and “Princess Club.”