After nearly two years the Shippensburg University field hockey team is returning to the field after having their 2020 fall season canceled due to COVID-19. In the 2019 season, the Raiders went 12-6 and finished third in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC.) They ultimately lost to Millersville in the first round of the PSAC tournament.
Horror walks such a thin line between causing genuine fear and being downright comedic and some movies such as “Evil Dead” are both funny while at times scary and unnerving. “The Banana Splits Movie” from 2019 unapologetically is neither scary nor funny.
In March of 2020, students and faculty received an email putting a ban on in-person classes due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Fast forward to fall of 2020, students and faculty were back on campus, but in a different and unique way. Masks and social distancing were a part of the new norm. Weekly COVID-19 tests were conducted to ensure the campus community safety.
EDITORS NOTES: As of 08/18/2021students, faculty and staff will be required to wear masks when indoors on campus. An update about the announcement can be found here: https://www.theslateonline.com/article/2021/08/masks-required-when-indoors-for-start-of-fall-semester-2021
With graduation quickly approaching, the thought of joining the adult world can be scary for graduating seniors. Whether they are going straight into a full time job, taking a gap year, completing an internship or unsure of what they want to be doing yet, graduation can come with some stress along with an immense amount of joy.
Making friends, finding roommates and growing connections with other students is a major part of your four-year stay at any university. All the great memories and laughs you have with your new friends comes to a close each year as the semester ends and everyone parts ways for the summer.
Boxing history is replete with flamboyant personalities. Champions such as Muhammad Ali and Mike Tyson galvanized fans with their blend of skill and showmanship. However, an emerging trend has taken the world of combat sports by storm.
The Pride Center will hold the Lavender Graduation ceremony on Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. in Memorial Auditorium to celebrate LGBTQ+ students in the class of 2021. A reception will follow in the Academic Quad from 6:30-8:30 p.m.