Chaela Williams Asst. Ship Life Editor
For the majority of my life, people have told me how I should act and speak. Growing up in a somewhat strict Jamaican household, speaking the “Queen’s English” and being respectful were extremely important. Maybe it was my parent’s disgust with stereotypical African American behavior, or perhaps it was going to a boujee (bourgeoisie) elementary school that heavily impacted my personality and how I would act in order to be as posh as possible.
Months have passed since the COVID-19 coronavirus quarantine began and establishments are still implementing social distancing causing many to continue to self-isolate and cut themselves off from social interaction.
Academic Success Program (ASP) handed out candy and other treats to ring in Halloween at its Trunk or Treat event on Oct. 30
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Sorority Kappa Beta Gamma brought members from different Greek organizations out for a day of corn hole tossing on Oct. 23 at the Shippensburg University’s Lot-C parking lot.
For years, therapy has been stigmatized as an option for “the weak” or the “severely mental cases” causing many to be afraid of talking about their emotions, not realizing they are hurting themselves.
Students listened to their peers as they discussed topics to find a common ground during Diversity Week’s political dating event at Shippensburg University’s hockey rink on Oct. 15.
Rain could not stop the Shippensburg University community from coming out to support inclusivity and strength in turbulent times during the quilt reveal celebration at Gilbert Hall on Oct. 16.