Whether you are a freshman or a senior at Shippensburg University, your time here is limited. Those entering college wish they were already finished and some who are in their last few weeks wish they could start over and enjoy the ride all over again.
After months of pondering whether or not “The Blacklist” was worth watching, I finally caved in and cannot believe I waited so long to give this show a try.
Can someone please tell me why society has grown to be so greedy? Why in the hell are we rushing Christmas earlier and earlier every year and so concerned with buying presents?
I am sure you are wondering why in the world I am focusing on a movie that came out two years ago and received so much hype and amazing reviews.
It is that time of year again. Yes, we all love pumpkin-spiced everything, the leaves falling off the trees and those cool, crisp days of fall.
Deciding what you want to do with your life can be tough. There may be many things you are good at or that you love to do and just can’t decide which direction to take in college.
Everyone find a passion for something at different times in their life. These passions range from singing to running or playing football to painting.
We are all too familiar with vampires and zombies in movies and on TV these days. Many people grow weary of these topics, believing they are too cliché. This is what some, including myself, were afraid of when TV spots for “The Strain” started appearing at the beginning of the summer.
I feel as though this question has gone through all of our minds, at some point, growing up: “The Simpsons” or “Family Guy?” Both have grown on us throughout the years, but it is a hard task to sit down and compare the two.
The season has come to a close for the Shippensburg University Concert Band. However, this is not a season to be forgotten. Along with its annual spring concert in the H.