Shovel in hand, Roneka Jones, intern at Shippensburg University’s Women’s Center, blanketed tulip bulbs with a layer of soil in the Jamie Fecker Garden by Lackhove Hall last Tuesday for SU’s annual tulip planting ceremony.
As we venture into the month of October, wholeheartedly known as “the month of Halloween” in my household, I pose the question: why do we police who gets to participate in Halloween’s events, including trick-or-treating, dressing up or benefiting from the kindhearted patrons who buy a ton of overpriced candy just to give it away?
With outstretched arms, Christopher Kovats-Bernat, an American anthropologist and one-year visiting anthropology professor at Shippensburg University, brought to words the tattoos that adorn his skin from elbow to wrist. The Haitian flag, Voodoo spirits and phrases penned in foreign script are among the eight.
Do you remember your freshman year? Times of stumbling around to find the correct building, mostly lost and confused. Luckily, the Class of 2022 will not have to know the struggle thanks to Shippensburg’s new first-year experience program.
Do you remember your freshman year? For many, it included times of stumbling around to find the correct building lost and confused. Luckily, the Shippensburg University Class of 2022 will not have to know the struggle thanks to the new first-year seminar program.
While most people were coating their bodies with mosquito repellent to avoid the blood-sucking pests this summer, Bailey Bzdak, a senior geoenvironmental studies and biology major at Shippensburg University, was seeking them out.