Campus has become a little bit brighter with the start of The Kindness Rocks Project, a campaign started by junior Kristin Thorpe, who has made it her mission to spread kindness on campus by inviting students to paint inspirational messages on rocks to be placed around Shippensburg University and Rails-to-Trails.
As part of the Shippensburg University Department of Social Work and Gerontology, five social work students developed a Hunger Awareness Dinner Banquet for students, staff, and community members within the surrounding area.
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.
Many people dream of being pop and rock stars when they are kids but Shippensburg University senior and iTunes published artist Alexia Christian has turned this dream into reality, releasing two rock-pop fused albums during her college career.
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.
“My life flashed before my eyes,” said senior Jason Greenspan, a testicular cancer (TC) survivor who is on a mission to educate and bring awareness to the disease through an attempt to break a Guinness World Record.