Allyson Ritchey Asst. PR Director
The Shippensburg University Jazz Ensemble performed for an enthusiastic audience on Monday, April 11, in the Luhrs Performing Arts Center.
Fighting ableism on the Shippensburg University campus and beyond, SU’s Disability Advocacy Club (DAC) held their second meeting of the semester on Tuesday, April 5, 2022, at 7:00 p.m. in CUB 103.
Every seat in Old Main Chapel was occupied on Wednesday, March 30, as Jill McCorkel, sociology and criminology professor at Villanova University, presented her lecture titled “It’s not Prison Reform if We Leave Women and Girls Behind.” The event began with introductions by Allison Carey, SU sociology department chair, and Theresa Ward, sociology senior and department tutor.
Students traded in their normal clothes for professional suits, blazers and dresses on Thursday March 24, at the First Annual Sailing into Success Fashion Show presented by Shippensburg University’s Career, Mentoring and Professional Development Center (CMPDC). The show was to promote the center’s very own Raider Ready Professional Dress Closet where students can get one free professional outfit per semester.
Student artist Jessica Silverman aims to make viewers of her art feel unsettled and question their morals and being.
Fans of DC Comics, murder mysteries, and “your mom” jokes can all find something to enjoy in Quinn Erney’s “The Quinn Legacy: The Batman Who Laughs Fan Film.”
After almost two years, live theater finally returned to Shippensburg University on Oct. 28 and 30 with “The Rocky Horror Picture Show.” In true “Rocky Horror” fashion, the show was shadow-acted by several Shippensburg University students and community members.