While students have completed the scheduling process for spring semester, many other students were prepared to take that walk to the stage for their diplomas and start a new chapter of their lives.
This semester, Shippensburg University has 85 international students from 27 different countries across five different continents. John Enerah, a 21-year-old sophomore from Nigeria, came to the United States just a year ago to attend SU.
Ship Idols took their audience on a trip overseas with British hits from the past few decades to today.
Ship Idol contestants brought their favorite showstopper tunes of Broadway to this week’s fourth round of the competition. With only seven contestants left, competition was fierce.
From the grass to the hardwood, a few SU athletes were in full force during the intramural championships at Heiges Field House on Wednesday night.
The battle is on for the next Ship Idol. For the past three weeks, 10 contestants have given all they have into their performances through singing and dancing in an effort to impress voters and prove they are the next Ship Idol.
Four bands, friends and plush couches sound like a good time. As the bands took the stage, more and more people poured into The Thought Lot, which is a contemporary arts center on East Garfield Street in Shippensburg.
Skippyjon Jones and his family performed ‘purr-fectly’ at Shippensburg University’s H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center this past Saturday.