The Shippensburg Arts Programming and Education gallery (SHAPE) reopened Friday, Sept. 25. A large front room filled with art and refreshments awaited those who came to view the first reveal of the 15th Annual Membership Exhibit.
Following the earth-shattering conclusion of “Avengers: Endgame,” and some hints of what’s to come in “Spider-Man: Far From Home,” the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is looking more interesting and experimental than ever before.
Because of the unprecedented times due to the coronavirus pandemic, people have a hard time figuring out ways to still enjoy the arts and entertainment even without live-action entertainment. Listed below are some opportunities students can still participate in to enjoy the arts and entertainment during this time of social distancing:
The Shippensburg University Pride Center is undergoing a change in leadership as officials search for a new director. Dani Zinn, the former director of the Pride Center, decided to join the Air Force in August and stepped down from her role, according to Arielle Catron, the interim director of the Pride Center and director of the Women’s Center.
Unlike many universities across the country that closed their doors to in-person classes until 2021, Shippensburg University took the chance to invite students back while implementing strict guidelines to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus.