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).
The Women’s Center of Shippensburg University celebrated its 35th anniversary last Thursday, Sept. 23. Arielle Catron, director of the Women’s Center, hosted the celebration in Stewart Hall. There was food, fellowship and passionate messages from guest speakers.
Japanese knotweed, known scientifically as Fallopia japonica, can be beautiful. It has bamboo-like stems, heart-shaped leaves and tassels of white blossoms. It is also invasive and aggressive and chokes out native wildlife — and it is on campus.
Shippensburg University is celebrating its 150th anniversary with a year of special events and activities. As part of celebrations, two graduate students launched an online interactive photo timeline of the university’s history. Tara Quinlivan and CJ Meiser, applied history majors, created the timeline, according to a university press release.
Making friends, finding roommates and growing connections with other students is a major part of your four-year stay at any university. All the great memories and laughs you have with your new friends comes to a close each year as the semester ends and everyone parts ways for the summer.
Developing a love for the arts and hard work started early for Madison Gutshall. In high school, she got involved in art classes and began painting in addition to other clubs, sports teams and part-time jobs.
After canceling the event last year because of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, Shippensburg University welcomed back children from the community for the annual Children’s Fair on April 10 at the ShipRec.
Dealing with assignment after assignment when all you want to do is graduate is exhausting.
It is normal for seniors to feel fatigue from their countless number of deadlines and responsibilities.
But if you are trying to keep yourself afloat then here are five ways to beat senioritis and finish the semester strong.