A first birthday celebration had never been so eccentric and glamourous. Rainbow whoopee pies, balloons and tablecloths created the colorful atmosphere for an even more colorful night on the way in the Ceddia Union Building’s multi-purpose room on Friday, Oct.
The year of the sheep swooped in with a bitterly cold first day, and I sat in Starbucks sipping on iced coffee with a monkey. Tu Ngo is classified as a monkey, under the Chinese zodiac, which goes by year of birth.
Once a semester, the campus career center offers students a block in the afternoon a few hours long to attend boot camp.
The winter break is a time to pick up the hobbies that we all lose during the fall semester, between studying and extra-curricular activities.
What political party do you consider yourself a member of, democrat or republican? It seems like those are the only two options.
People were lined up outside the Ceddia Union Building waiting to see the rapper Big Sean rock Shippensburg University for the homecoming party on Saturday night. At 10 p.m., the doors opened and everyone swarmed in with excitement.
The lights were turned down and the music was turned up at the Zumba party held in the CUB’s multi-purpose room (MPR) on Wednesday, Oct., 1.
I do not know why, but I noticed that people often seem to think that the term “pro-choice” is interchangeable with “pro-abortion.” Pro-choice is not anti-life, and pro-choice is certainly not pro-murder. The values of people who classify themselves as pro-choice are all in its title.
It is nearly impossible to walk on campus without seeing Greek letters somewhere. Commonly, when one hears the word “fraternity” or “sorority”, words like hazing, drugs or the idea of “paying for friends” come to mind.
He may have helped you with your math homework, or maybe he is or was your resident advisor (RA) in either Kieffer or Naugle Hall.