Commuters have just as many opportunities to fulfill that while still being able to go back to their own home afterward. Here are three tips for commuter students to help them start their year off right.
With COVID-19 coronavirus cases and political injustice on the rise in America, it is hard to think positive on what the future holds. According to The Guardian, anxiety levels are spiking as the pandemic continues. For some, the pandemic is stressful, and creates fear and anxiety among many Americans.
A Shippensburg University group that recognizes excellence announced the winners of the 2020 Student Life Awards.
Leader@SHIP announced the full list of winners, celebrating the Shippensburg University campus community members as an unconventional spring semester drew to a close.
“I don’t need to be a ‘big writer,’ I just want to write about ‘big things,’” said Noel Miller, the newly hired editor of The Slate news section.
Miller is the Slater of the Month for October because of her passion for journalism and willingness to learn.
As the semester is coming to an end, students are pushing through the dreaded finals week to start summer break. There are a variety of things you can do this summer to better yourself while also relaxing.
“If you see something that needs help or needs assistance, you can either be the bystander and sit there and say ‘Oh, that’s unfortunate,’ or you can step in and do something about it,” said junior Stephen Washington.
The COVID-19 coronavirus has been on every news platform and social media site for weeks. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Center (CDC) suggested that people practice social distancing and, if necessary, quarantine themselves entirely.