Andrea Stock - Staff Writer
Shippensburg’s “Shipelodeon” homecoming 2018 festivities were continued with a night of bingo on Saturday.
More than 100 businesses came to Shippensburg University for the fall career fair, ranging from chain suppliers such as Amazon and Target, to U.S. departments like the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board and the Pennsylvania Counseling Services.
Take a moment. Close your eyes. Breathe in one, two, three. Breathe out one, two, three.
The Cora I. Grove Spiritual Center filled with students as The Reflector and Write the Ship kicked off their yearly launch party on April 19.
The Disabilities Awareness Club hosted a paint night in Shippensburg University’s Ceddia Union Building Multipurpose Room on Thursday to spread awareness of Turner Syndrome.
Shippensburg University’s Counseling Center and the Human Resources Department hosted the Wellness Fair on Wednesday in the Ceddia Union Building’s Multipurpose Room, at which students could get a massage, pet therapy dogs and more.
Tony Medina and Yona Harvey came to Shippensburg University to read their poetry on March 29.
The stands of Heiges Field House were complete with cheering fans Thursday as the pools filled with excited swimmers at the Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) annual Fun Swim Meet.
Imagine you fly out to Las Vegas for a weekend getaway. You’re up on your feet, dancing as Jason Aldean is rocking out on the stage or you are walking down the strip, exploring the city. Now, imagine a catastrophic shift from electrifying to petrifying in the blink of an eye.
Members of the Republican Party and the Trump Administration are making great strides to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as Obamacare.