The Frederick Douglas Institute (FDI) held a privilege walk in Shippensburg University’s Ceddia Union Building (CUB) amphitheater Tuesday to raise awareness about social inclusion and diversity on campus.
The Activities Program Board (APB) held a do-it-yourself zen garden event in the Ceddia Union Building Raider Lounge on Thursday, which allowed students to customize their own potted plant with unique accessories to take home.
Shippensburg University’s African Student Association (ASA) hosted a Journey Back to the Motherland in the Ceddia Union Building’s Multipurpose Room Saturday evening, at which students celebrated African cultures through food, dance, poetry and informative presentations.
Shippensburg University’s Counseling Center and the Human Resources Department hosted the Wellness Fair on Wednesday in the Ceddia Union Building’s Multipurpose Room, at which students could get a massage, pet therapy dogs and more.
Victims, fellow students and community members gathered at Shippensburg University’s Old Main Chapel on April 3 in solidarity and awareness of sexual and domestic violence for the Women Center’s “Take Back the Night” (TBTN).
Students shuffled sleepily out of Shippensburg University’s ShipRec at 6 a.m. Saturday after a 12–hour night of games, activities and walking the track for Relay for Life, an event which aimed to raise $30,000 for the American Cancer Society.
The Shippensburg University Career and Community Engagement Center is holding a Job and Internship Fair this Thursday in the Ceddia Union Building’s Multipurpose Room, where students can visit 60 different employers hiring employees and interns.
The return to campus after spring break can be a shock to any college student’s bank account and between catching up on classes and work schedules it can become difficult to find a quick and easy meal.