Austin Trevino Asst. Opinion Editor
Saturday, Oct. 9, the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band played at H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center, marked the first public show held at the venue since the beginning of the pandemic and kicked off the venue's 15th Anniversary Season.
The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band literally brought the music back to the Luhrs Performing Arts Center on Saturday, Oct. 9.
Slime Rancher is an indie farming game developed by Monomi Park and released early in January 2016. Players assume the roll of Beatrix LeBeau, a rancher who moves to the planet known as the “Far Far Range.” The player is allowed to farm and explore the open world at their own pace. The game's main objective is to collect “plorts,” a farmable resource compiled from the game's main cattle: “slimes” a gelatinous creatures that come in many shapes and sizes. The player sells the plorts and gains money for better gear to further explore the world.
Cell phones are fantastic tools; they give us access to limitless knowledge, keep us in touch with loved ones and most of all, they give us endless amounts of social media and news to consume. The one problem is these little bricks of endless entertainment can cause extreme stress.
As we begin our second week of classes, I can’t help but admit it feels weird returning to the normal we once treated as nothing special. Seeing large crowds on campus and entire classrooms filled to the maximum, can make people anxious.
The Kauffman Gallery in Huber Arts Center features student art in a new exhibition. It focuses on overcoming distance learning, learning a new medium and adapting to using only the available programs.
Horror walks such a thin line between causing genuine fear and being downright comedic and some movies such as “Evil Dead” are both funny while at times scary and unnerving. “The Banana Splits Movie” from 2019 unapologetically is neither scary nor funny.
The H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center will be hosting several in-person performances in the coming months as it begins to re-open its doors.
The SHAPE gallery is hosting a new exhibit to coincide with Mental Health Month in Shippensburg.
The Shippensburg Arts Programming and Education (SHAPE) gallery recently reopened following a March 20 flood.