The rain held off just long enough for the Shippensburg University Environmental Club to host its annual Earth Day event in SU’s academic quad Thursday afternoon.
It is strange to think that somewhere in the woods of Letterkenny Depot, camouflaged faces huddled together, peering at a phone screen to watch a weightlifting competition unfold. However, that’s exactly what happened April 12 as their friend and fellow cadet, senior Sam Tomlin competed at the USA Powerlifting Collegiate National Championship for the second time at Ohio State University.
Students melted into the massage chairs at the hands of masseuses while the In-Motion Dance Troupe performed during the 14th annual Wellness Fair, held in the Ceddia Union Building Multi-Purpose room (MPR) from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Wednesday.
Top five answers on the board. Name something fun to do on campus. This is "Ship Feud!"
It is not every day you see college students slide thousands of dollars onto the blackjack table with nothing to show for it except excited smiles.
Most people view video games as a leisurely, fun activity, but for sophomore Matthew Pawlish, it represents his dream job.
The Shippensburg University Foundation will host its first #SHIPGIVES Giving Day on Wednesday at noon.
Shippensburg University’s writing studio in Mowrey Hall is using online tutoring to extend a helping hand to graduate students and some undergraduates in need of writing assistance.
Take the hectic sport of dodge ball, switch off the lights, add a whole new level of chaos and what do you get? Black light dodge ball.
Colleges Against Cancer hosted its kickoff event in the Shippensburg University’s academic quad Wednesday afternoon.