Insomnia, headaches, rapid heartbeat, frequent colds, loss of desire to do things you once found enjoyable and loss of appetite — these all sound like symptoms of depression, but are actually physical symptoms that stress can cause on the body.
Looking for someone who is extremely dedicated to Shippensburg University? Look no further than the cozy Century Café tucked away in Old Main, where you will likely find Cindy Emondi diligently at work ensuring quality food reaches hungry Raiders.
As the student government elections have come to an end, Shippensburg University’s elected officers will begin to take on their new positions. Student-athlete, Madison Scarr has been elected as the student senate president as she enters her third year of being involved in Student Government.
A sense of strength and solidarity rang through the Shippensburg University Ceddia Union Building on Thursday from Room 224 in the form of discussion, activities and chants lead by Multicultural Student Affairs (MSA) Director Diane Jefferson for the first-ever Sisterhood Solidarity meeting.
Shippensburg University’s Theta Xi chapter of the Alpha Phi sorority hosted its annual perception-challenging, all-male beauty pageant, Mr. Ivy, Friday afternoon in the Ceddia Union Building (CUB) Multipurpose Room (MPR).
Two weeks into Troy Okum’s journey at Shippensburg University, he began writing as a news columnist for The Slate. After a three-year journey of writing, editing and reporting, Okum currently serves as the editor-in-chief for The Slate.
From the title I’m guessing anyone with peanut allergies knows that this recipe is not safe for them. That my friends, is my disclaimer. Being someone who loves peanut butter and chocolate, but is trying to avoid pouring so much money into constantly getting Reese’s, I decided to try my hand at peanut butter squares, and I must say, I think I did a sweet job.