This year, Halloween is going to look a little different for everyone. The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has led to restrictions on travel and social interaction around the world that will affect the way Halloween is celebrated.
Whether you are handing out candy with your grandma or dressing up for fun with your roommates, having a good Halloween costume doe not have to be hard or expensive. Here are a few ideas to get some laughs and not spend a fortune this Halloween.
As Election Day nears, students are looking for ways to get out to the polls. One campus group, ShipVotes, is campaigning to have professors lift absence penalties to further encourage students to vote.
Shippensburg University officials announced the new Anti-Racism Institute at the university in a press release. Officials created the program to continue the conversation of the national racial awakening.
We are only two weeks away from Election Day, and while the big race on everybody’s mind is definitely the presidential race, there are many other interesting races going on as well — especially for the Senate.
If any industry took a greater hit this year due to the COVID-19 coronavirus, it was certainly the theater industry. Broadway shut down all the way back in March and will now stay closed until June of 2021.
Many viewers have heard of the Netflix drama “Riverdale’s” Betty Cooper. Now get ready for “Chemical Hearts” Grace Town. The story involves a young girl who is a mysterious transfer student joined by Henry Page in creating the high school’s newspaper as his co-editor.
Senioritis: An decades-old phenomenon afflicting those who are nearing the end of a term of education. This feeling often strikes students during their final year in education, hopefully toward the end.