Shippensburg University is encouraging students to still participate in Halloween fun this semester despite the changes in tradition because of the COVID-19 coronavirus. This weekend was filled with spooky events for students both on and off campus.
Due to social distancing guidelines, Alpha Phi members needed to find a way to continue their philanthropic work amid the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. So members turned to Instagram for Alpha Phi’s first ever virtual event.
What better way to prepare for Halloween than with a lineup of spooky drinks from Starbucks? Switch up your usual drink routine and try something fun for the holiday at Starbucks. Check out these drink recipes from users on Pinterest.
This year, Halloween is going to look a little different for everyone. The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has led to restrictions on travel and social interaction around the world that will affect the way Halloween is celebrated.
Whether you are handing out candy with your grandma or dressing up for fun with your roommates, having a good Halloween costume doe not have to be hard or expensive. Here are a few ideas to get some laughs and not spend a fortune this Halloween.
Halloween is right around the corner and the temptation to celebrate in larger groups is at an all-time high. With COVID-19 coronavirus concerns, celebrating everyone’s favorite spooky holiday will look different this year.
In an age of constant energy and discussion and stimulation, sometimes it can be hard to remember to step back and breathe for a minute. Shippensburg’s Mindfulness Series, led by Dr. Toru Sato (who prefers to just be called “Toru”), gives SU students, staff and community that opportunity in bi-weekly sessions.