Connor Niszczak Asst. Copy Editor


Broadway’s "Parade" is a Masterpiece

I am not one to be speechless. I am naturally pretty chatty, and I always have my two cents (or three or four) to add to almost any discussion, particularly conversations about Broadway. When I visited the Bernard Jacobs Theatre over spring break to see the first Broadway revival of “Parade,” I was speechless. 

Discrepancies in the University-101 curriculum

“If University 101 is a student’s hardest course, we are not doing our job.” Alex Karlheim, Director of First Year Experience (FYE) at Shippensburg University, sees those words as a professional mantra. Karlheim helped develop University 101 (UNIV 101) and supervises the dozens of Peer Anchors that work to help incoming first-year students transition to the college atmosphere.

In response to Broadway inaccessibility

The August 23, 2022, edition of The Slate featured a story highlighting the high ticket prices and overall inaccessibility of Broadway. As a huge theatre fan and frequent Broadway-goer, I found a lot of merit in the argument being laid out in this piece. However, I see more to the story. 

Campaigning for SGA officer elections begins

The Student Government Association (SGA) is planning a full return to in-person officer elections this semester. The election will determine the officers for the 2022-2023 school year.