“Left, right, rock back. Left, right, rock back.” These were the orders instructor Frank Hancock barked military style, only this was not army boot camp — this was ballroom dance class at Shippensburg University’s H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center.
Imagine your significant other has cancer. Now imagine finding out your best friend, who you were supposed to see in a few hours, died in a sudden plane crash. For Carole Radziwill, this was her grim reality.
Every seat in the Cora I. Grove Spiritual Center Chapel was filled with students and faculty taking in the fascinating art of poetry Thursday during a poetry reading hosted by Shippensburg University’s Women’s Center.
Five years and three albums ago, Ed Sheeran revealed his heart was just as fiery as his hair with love song anthems “Lego House” and “Give Me Love” from his debut album “+,” followed by 2014 fan favorites “Thinking Out Loud” and “Photograph.”
“Jazz is one of the few styles of music that originated in this country, and we in the Shippensburg Area School District have the privilege of teaching and encouraging out students in this unique style that is such an important part of who we are as Americans” said Jennifer Enders, director of the 7th and 8th grade Jazz Hounds.
A compilation of colorful screen prints, constructed by Shippensburg University students and faculty during a screen printmaking workshop held last month, are currently on display at the Brindle Art Gallery.
The aroma of coffee filtered into The Thought Lot on Thursday evening as a spread of soups and pies lay begging to be consumed, and eager performers waited with their items for their show-and-tell acts.