Shippensburg University officials work hard to maintain student enrollment and keep them engaged in their classes.
Anytime and especially during a global pandemic, these retention strategies are important to aid in students’ educational journeys.
A few weeks ago, I was walking across the academic quad in front of the library when I came across a middle-aged man and his two daughters handing out little pamphlets. Now my initial reactions were both of intrigue and a desire to keep on walking past as quickly as possible.
There exists in conservative political discourse a trend toward minimizing the effect of racism in our country. One does not have to look far to see commentators decrying the New York Times’ 1619 Project as a sort of treasonous, un-American attempt to slander the great and mighty divine providence that is the United States of America.
Shippensburg University is encouraging students to still participate in Halloween fun this semester despite the changes in tradition because of the COVID-19 coronavirus. This weekend was filled with spooky events for students both on and off campus.
Due to social distancing guidelines, Alpha Phi members needed to find a way to continue their philanthropic work amid the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. So members turned to Instagram for Alpha Phi’s first ever virtual event.
What better way to prepare for Halloween than with a lineup of spooky drinks from Starbucks? Switch up your usual drink routine and try something fun for the holiday at Starbucks. Check out these drink recipes from users on Pinterest.
I remember when I was younger and how my family and I would go out trick-or-treating from house to house. I would fill my pillowcase full of candy and make the trek home to dump all the candy out, count how many pieces I had and sit down by the fireplace to watch the iconic “It’s the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown.”