No matter if someone has been out of college for five years or 35 years, they could probably tell you the best and worst part of their college experience. And no matter if you’ve only been in college for a few months or a few years, I’m sure you have your own best and worst parts of college so far.
Pursuing multiple majors, designing tattoos and interning for NASA are not the typical endeavors of a college student. However, Shippensburg University student Jarett Scott has done this to successfully combine his passions.
Valentine’s Day is a holiday often filled with love and appreciation. Flowers delivered to the door, enormous heart shaped chocolates and endless messages of gratification. For some, however, the run up to Valentine’s Day is filled with angst and pressure to ensure they find that perfect way to say, “I love you,” to their partner.
February ushers in the celebration of Black History Month across the nation. Shippensburg University students, faculty, staff and administrators are hosting a variety of programming with opportunities to learn, celebrate and talk.
As the day of chocolates and love letters approaches rapidly, I’ve decided to do the general populous a favor and remind everyone in relationships of what things your significant other would probably appreciate on this obligatory celebration.
Nearly every day of the week, Shippensburg’s musically inclined students gather on the Luhrs Performing Arts Center stage to rehearse in a variety of ensembles. Members of the SU Pep Band express excitement for upcoming events as they perform for basketball game attendees.
The state of Pennsylvania does have anti-discrimination laws; however, it does not include sexual and gender orientation in its protections. In fact, Pennsylvania is the only state in the Northeastern United States to not have statewide protection for LGBTQ individuals.