Dan Greenstein, chancellor of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education, hosted an open forum at Shippensburg University in person for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began in spring 2020.
The Student Government Association held a public meeting on March 31 in Orndorff Theater at 4:15 p.m.. The meeting concluded shortly after the opening remarks, despite the tensions present at the last public meeting.
There seemed to be many potential story themes – like the struggles of impostor syndrome, miscarriage and trauma from a war that could have been explored – but ‘Martha is Dead’ does not. Instead, it rapidly desensitizes the player with repetitive flashes of grotesque horror and lingering shots of corpses.
Cameron Conroy is a junior art major at Shippensburg University with a focus in painting. Conroy is heavily invested in his journey through the art program at Ship, and has been exploring mediums, color and collaboration.
Shippensburg’s men’s track-and-field team took home fifth place at the 56th Annual Colonial Relays at William & Mary University this weekend behind freshman Drew Dailey’s record-breaking 800-meter performance.
“Glee,” the musical comedy-drama series, shows the day-to-day lives of high school students and features multiple covers of a songs every episode. These students are shown in their own unique situations that kept the drama hot and upbeat throughout the series.
In this world of same-day deliveries and endless phone upgrades, the idea of repairs seems unnecessary to some. To others, it’s a livelihood or a passion, and technology companies are making it harder and harder for these repairs to happen.
Hunter-gatherer cultures saw an arguably “more equal” distribution of labor, which in turn lead to less of a gap between the sexes. The dawn of civilization is what caused the downfall of equality roughly 5,000 years ago.
The Multi-Ethnic Student Association (MESA) held its annual Cultural Fusion Festival in the Tuscarora Room in the Reisner Dining Hall on Saturday, April 4. MESA was created for students who come from multiple different ethnic backgrounds and to raise awareness of multi-cultural SU students.
In a family of musically inclined individuals, Frederick Hardman wanted to stand out in his own musical talents. The Shippensburg University communication, journalism and media major has showcased his talent for the university community at both The Reflector’s Post-Love Open Mic and Ship’s Got Talent.
The Shippensburg University softball team returned to Rob Sports Complex for the first time this season. The Raiders would struggle throughout the whole series, however, and fall in both doubleheaders.