The Shippensburg Flute Choir and Saxophone, Clarinet and String Ensembles performed for a socially distant crowd in Old Main Chapel on Nov. 14 to showcase the music they have been working on all semester.
After almost two years, live theater finally returned to Shippensburg University on Oct. 28 and 30 with “The Rocky Horror Picture Show.” In true “Rocky Horror” fashion, the show was shadow-acted by several Shippensburg University students and community members.
As a native from the Philadelphia suburbs and a music enthusiast, it felt like a rite of passage to attend. I was filled with excitement when I saw the set line ups; however, I didn’t know what to expect.
Slime Rancher is an indie farming game developed by Monomi Park and released early in January 2016. Players assume the roll of Beatrix LeBeau, a rancher who moves to the planet known as the “Far Far Range.” The player is allowed to farm and explore the open world at their own pace. The game's main objective is to collect “plorts,” a farmable resource compiled from the game's main cattle: “slimes” a gelatinous creatures that come in many shapes and sizes. The player sells the plorts and gains money for better gear to further explore the world.
I was incredibly excited to see M. Night Shyamalan’s 2021 film “Old.” The movie theaters finally began opening due to relaxed COVID-19 regulations and my hometown’s biggest theater was freshly renovated.