Shippensburg University’s Orndorff Theatre buzzed with conversation as community members, students and educators gathered to meet and listen to local political candidates in the days leading up to Tuesday’s midterm election.
Shippensburg University’s Hillel/Jewish Student Organization (JSO) hosted a candlelight vigil on Thursday evening to honor those who were killed in the Tree of Life Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh on Oct. 27.
Two residents of Seavers Hall came to the university police department on Oct. 24 at approximately 8 p.m. to report that money was missing from their dorm room on the third floor of the residence hall.
The perpetual rain Pennsylvania endured this summer not only affected the moods of the state’s residents but also the health of the area’s pumpkin patches. The shortage of pumpkins does not mean no pumpkin pie for Thanksgiving, but for students looking to carve up some Jack-O-Lanterns, the pumpkin problems may put a damper on their wallets.
With the uprising of hatred for transgender individuals in the eyes of the government, President Donald Trump has shown his disapproval of the LGBT community by defining gender strictly on the sex characteristics of biological men and women.
The No. 4-ranked Shippensburg University field hockey team continued its good season, beating Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) opponent Slippery Rock University 3–0 on a rainy Saturday afternoon in Shippensburg.
After a tough pair of losses last weekend, the Shippensburg University volleyball team got back on track on Friday and Saturday with strong wins over Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) competition in Slippery Rock University and Edinboro University.
We walked into the theater to celebrate my friend’s birthday, dragging our expectations along the carpet. In spite of our pessimistic outlook walking in, Sony’s “Venom” managed to leave us laughing and engaged, setting aside a less-than-coherent plot.