Connor Niszczak Asst. Copy Editor
Dear Residents: An open letter from RA Connor
To all my second-floor Seavers Beavers: Thank you.
Professor Sara Grove waves goodbye to Shippensburg University after 31 years
Her office is cluttered with three decades’ worth of personal history. A shrine to Bon Jovi sits on top of a shelf, photos from her many travels fill the room and plaques from numerous awards collected over the years tie the room together.
Concert Choir to make SU history with Baltics trip
Shippensburg University’s Concert Choir is preparing to embark on a May 10-day trip this May across the Baltic states of Eastern Europe: Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.
SU celebrates 41st Children’s Fair
Shippensburg University hosted its 41st annual Children’s Fair in Heiges Field House Saturday morning.
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.
Luhrs Performing Arts Center Fall ‘22 Schedule
The H. Ric Luhrs Perform- ing Arts Center announced the fall lineup for its first full season since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020.
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.