4/19/2023, 4:35pm

Who wears the pants? Gender and fashion in the 60s-80s

Women’s and men’s fashion changed rapidly from the 1960s to the 1980s. Women specifically were leaning more into their professional goals as it became more acceptable for them to find work outside the home, and they were also becoming more sexually liberated.

4/19/2023, 12:00am

Garden Thoughts

Spring has come to our picturesque little rural campus. Our mild winter has transformed into a warm spring, and with it have come all the blessings of warmer weather. 

4/12/2023, 12:00am

Give it a Thought: Top Six Events at SU

Shippensburg University truly has a diverse array of student organizations, programs and engaging events that can provide engaging experiences for almost any student. 

4/11/2023, 12:00pm

Cream of mushroom soup recipe

Mix flour, salt, pepper and 1 can broth until smooth; stir into mushroom mixture. Stir in remaining can of broth. Bring to a boil; cook and stir until thickened, about 2 minutes.

4/11/2023, 12:00pm

Academic Culture in South Korea

The structure of Korean life revolves around studying hard and doing well, which in some ways is harmful when it comes to students planning for a future outside of academics. 

4/11/2023, 12:00pm

A Bit of Biology: Fungi

From rich soil to a dead tree or even your own skin, fungus thrives in many locations and continues to grow by spreading spores through the air like pollen.

4/4/2023, 12:00pm

RHA Hosts Movie Mocktail Fun

Various Shippensburg University groups gathered in the Ceddia Union Building Multi-Purpose Room this past Wednesday to participate in the Residence Hall Association’s annual Mocktail event for bragging rights and hundreds of dollars in prizes.

4/4/2023, 12:00pm

Hear Me Out: ASL Education is necessary for everyone

During my year of community college, I was lucky enough to be offered the opportunity to take an American Sign Language (ASL) course. I had taken ASL classes in high school before, though my class was taught by a hearing teacher, so it was not as immersive. However, during my year of ASL taught by a deaf professor, I consider it to be the class that has educated me most. I was able to learn about the history of an entire culture and gain perspective for their way of life. While my ASL course was certainly the most enriching one I have taken, I continue to wonder how different would the world be if they knew what I had learned?

3/28/2023, 12:00pm

Being A Woman Is…

As Women’s History Month concludes, I wanted to showcase the experiences that my fellow ladies have endured through womanhood. Here is what “Being a woman” means to us.

3/28/2023, 12:00pm

Slowly But Shively: Retail Therapy

 Though it has taken time and a little perspective, I constantly remind myself of the secrets of wisdom I have found hidden in the dressing room.

3/21/2023, 12:00pm

Slowly But Shively: Post-Cry Clarity

Afterward, I had decided I had sufficiently healed and would do everything in my power to put it behind me. Still, months later, beneath the covers of my dorm bed, I could feel it begin to weigh on my chest as it conquered my thoughts.