In a world of viral sensations turned pop-star phenomena who seemingly get younger and younger with each passing one-hit-wonder, Jensen McRae offers a unique twist to modern music culture with tastefully articulated folk/pop sound and hauntingly beautiful lyricism straight from Poetry 101.
As COVID restrictions continue to loosen, more live music and performances are coming to Shippensburg University. The Shippensburg University Department of Music and Theatre Arts began its Spring 2022 Chapel Series Concerts on Sunday.
Shippensburg University hosted the 74th Annual Pennsylvania Intercollegiate Band Festival in the Luhrs Performing Arts Center on Sunday, Feb. 27. Founded in 1948, the Pennsylvania Intercollegiate Band is the oldest continually operating band of its kind in the United States.
Whitney Morris is a “super” senior art education major in the College of Arts and Sciences, meaning she is completing a fifth year of classes. She has worked in the Kauffman Gallery during her freshman and sophomore years, helping to set up exhibitions and food for gallery openings. She has also been professor Steve Dolbin’s intern for the past year and a half.
Even though March is approaching, that does not mean that the Black History Month celebration should start slowing down. One of the latest BHM events was the Residence Hall Association’s annual “Live at the Apollo” open-mic event. The event is meant to be a celebration of Black artists and performers as well as serve as a history lesson for students on the importance of the Apollo Theater in Harlem, New York.
Lexi Shockey, a senior art educa- tion major at Shippensburg Univer- sity, hosted her final “Slip Transfer” demonstration on Feb. 16. She host- ed the workshop for fellow ceramics students last year as well to share her technique with other students and to demonstrate the endless possibilities that clay has for an artist.