Halloween is right around the corner and the temptation to celebrate in larger groups is at an all-time high. With COVID-19 coronavirus concerns, celebrating everyone’s favorite spooky holiday will look different this year.
I sat in the Harley Hall Multi-Purpose Room for Shippensburg University’s President’s Hour Oct. 7. This is an opportunity for students to share their feedback with the university president and her executive management team.
Our campus community will have the opportunity to explore different cultures, beliefs and lifestyles during “Diversity Week.” Diversity Week offers campus community members the opportunity to learn about cultures, beliefs and lifestyles different than their own.
Shippensburg University student-athletes will return to new turf when sports resume. Officials began construction Tuesday at Robb Sports Complex/David See Field and SU Student Association Field at Seth Grove Stadium to replace the turf of the fields.
Lance Hines-Butts has had a vision for campus unity at Shippensburg University campus since his sophomore year. Next week, this vision will become reality as Diversity Week, a full week of programming focused on educating and celebrating the diversity on campus.
Since the beginning of civilization, kings and queens would rule over kingdoms and all who dwelt in them. Nowadays, there are just a few monarchs left in the world, with some exercising more power than others.