Walking into a church on a Sunday morning when the air is bright and crisp, the sun seeps rainbows from the stained glass windows and the hum of a choir rejoices in the background. The minister at the front preaches the gospel and promises a life of eternity, if you follow the rules.
The Shippensburg University Pride Center opened on Oct. 23 last fall, but many concerns have been raised about the current state of the center and its future, according to LGBTQ+ Concerns Committee Co-Chair Jayleen Galarza.
While the spring semester may rejuvenate college students with a well-needed dose of vitamin D, with it comes a wave of stress for many soon-to-be graduates as they begin to prep for the “real world.” Saying “goodbye” to college’s customizable schedule and “hello” to the nine-to-five life can be downright daunting.
The main dining area of Kriner Hall is being reviewed for space utilization plans because Chartwells has reported that the dining space is consistently underutilized, according to Chief External Relations Officer Kim Garris.
The Shippensburg University baseball team finished a busy week on a positive note, sweeping a doubleheader Saturday against the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown after dropping doubleheaders to Shepherd University and UPJ earlier in the week.
Prior to spring break, when thousands of Shippensburg students flooded out of Shippensburg to their respective hometowns or beaches of their choosing, the Shippensburg University Student Government Association (SGA) held their annual elections for the 2019-20 Executive Rules Committee.
The beer’s condensation pooled against the dark grain of the wooden table, creating a magnified image of the craftsmanship. The combination of the sour scent of beer against the fading maroon bricked walls brought a comforting earthy quality to the atmosphere.