Students gathered in Shipppensburg University’s Ceddia Union Building’s (CUB) multi-purpose room (MPR) to spend the night stuffing teddy bears to add to their stuffed animal collection and tie-dye shirts on March 20.
When “Justice League” hit theaters in late 2017, it was both a critical and financial disaster. With stories of endless production troubles and expensive reshoots, many felt that it was doomed from the start. The most notable being the replacing of director Zack Snyder with Marvel “Avengers” director Joss Whedon.
The Shippensburg Arts Programming and Education (SHAPE) Gallery announced the suspension of all operations until further notice due to damage caused by an apartment fire above the gallery over the weekend.
Similar to last year’s championships, sophomore and All-PSAC First Time honoree, Chayce Macknair, who had already sported a first and second-place finish this year, led the way for SU, piling on his impressive stat sheet with a fifth-place finish and a time of 15:21.7.
The men’s and women’s swim teams competed in their second Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) virtual swim series Friday and Saturday, with a slew of Raiders touching the wall in impeccable time.
With his commitment to the Raiders, LoBianco carved his name in the Shippensburg history books before even stepping foot on the diamond — he is the first member of the SU baseball program from California.
Editor’s note: This letter is in response to The Slate Speaks Staff Editorial that appeared in the March 2 edition and online at theslateonline.com titled, “The Slate Speaks: Students, faculty must work together in online learning.”
St. Patrick’s Day is March 17 and you are probably still figuring out how to ring in the holiday without breaking COVID-19 coronavirus social regulations. You might not be able to drink with friends at house parties or go to Indiana University of Pennsylvania for IUPatty’s but you can celebrate in safe ways. Here a few ways to celebrate the Irish holiday during this new normal.