The Fashion Archives opened their new exhibit, “Remember, Celebrate, Thrive: 150 Years of Fashion at Shippensburg University” on Friday, Oct. 22nd highlighting the history of the university through fashion and other artifacts.
Saturday, Oct. 9, the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band played at H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center, marked the first public show held at the venue since the beginning of the pandemic and kicked off the venue's 15th Anniversary Season.
Social media, which allows us to keep in touch with distant friends and family, has now grown into an essential media and entertainment tool on a global scale. Which makes Facebook’s outages last Monday a big issue. Facebook‘s other apps Instagram and What’s App were also unavailable for several hours. Outages like this could lead to irreparable damage to small businesses that rely on these apps.
Shippensburg University recently hired a new Director for the Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Equity. Manuel Ruiz has worked in higher education for 20 years, and before coming to SU, worked at McDaniel College in Westminster, Maryland.
Halloween season is officially upon us, and there are many activities for students to look forward to this year to celebrate. While planning trips to the pumpkin patch and deciding what candy to hand out this year, individuals can enjoy the horror and thriller media available at their fingertips.
Throughout the past week, resident assistants Alycia LaLuz and David Maldonado travelled across Shippensburg University campus selling $2 shaving cream pies in order to raise money for the Shippensburg Community Resource Coalition (SCRC).