Students from professor Phillip Broyles sociology senior seminar class have placed donation boxes throughout campus for “Ship’s Night Without a Home Campaign” in an effort to collect goods for the Franklin County Shelter in Chambersburg.
If you are looking for someone who is passionate about the bands of Shippensburg University, take a trip to the second floor of the H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center where you will find director of bands Trever Famulare, who completed his 200th performance with the Red Raider marching band last month.
ShipRec rocked with spirited students for the 2017 Homecoming spirit rally Friday night which featured performances from the Red Raider’s marching band, cheerleaders, Heritage dancers and the In-Motion Dance Troupe.
A crowd of students, alumni, faculty, and friends of Shippensburg University enjoyed Maryland-style crabs in the hockey rink earlier this month in celebration of Crab Fest, an annual event hosted by the African American Organization (Afro-Am).
The Shippensburg University Public Relations Student Society of America chapter is welcoming two public relations professionals to campus on Thursday at 3:30 p.m. to speak in the Orndorff Theatre, in honor of Ethics Month.
It is strange to think that somewhere in the woods of Letterkenny Depot, camouflaged faces huddled together, peering at a phone screen to watch a weightlifting competition unfold. However, that’s exactly what happened April 12 as their friend and fellow cadet, senior Sam Tomlin competed at the USA Powerlifting Collegiate National Championship for the second time at Ohio State University.
The town of Shippensburg is home to many attractions such as Shippensburg University, bars, diners and hosts the wildly popular Corn Festival every summer. As of June 2018 residents were able to add Holy Smokehouse BBQ to that list.