For children growing up, a professional career in sports is one of the most sought-after jobs. However, once high school rolls around, the harsh reality of what it takes to be an athlete becomes overwhelming.
Students gathered in the Ceddia Union Building (CUB) multipurpose room last Tuesday evening to experience Phi Sigma Sigma’s charity drag show event, held in partnership with the Kids in Need Foundation.
The walls of the language department in Rowland Hall were buzzing last Tuesday afternoon as students, exchange students and professors poured from room to room to visit the many countries and cultures featured in them in celebration of Immersion Afternoon.
The typical Thursday afternoon sounds of wind instruments, drums and metronomes echoing from Seth Grove Stadium were nowhere to be found. The members of the Shippensburg University Red Raider Marching Band (SUMB) put down their instruments in solidarity to support the faculty.
As all college students know, a party can happen at any minute. You may be walking home from class, marinating in your studiousness when suddenly the group chat fires up and your friends are meeting at your humble abode in a hot minute.
If your lush and lively guests are crusting into brown twigs on your windowsill, it might be time to hang a sign on your door — “House Plant Graveyard: complete with trashcan burial alongside forgotten pizza leftovers and mystery takeout.”