Drew Lovett - Asst. Ship Life Editor
Shippensburg University’s Heiges Field House overflowed with frolicking children of all ages for SU’s 34th annual children’s fair and egg hunt Saturday morning.
From exploring the beaches and soaking up rays to taking some much needed relaxation in cozy hometowns, SU students shared an assortment of spring break shenanigans worth remembering.
The return to campus after spring break can be a shock to any college student’s bank account and between catching up on classes and work schedules it can become difficult to find a quick and easy meal.
Latin music filled the Ceddia Union Building’s multipurpose room Saturday evening as the Latino Student Organization and Multicultural Student Affairs gathered to dance, eat and listen to rap and words from fellow members about their experiences as people of color living in President Donald Trump’s America.
This twist on a childhood favorite will surely make any college student feel like they are at their family kitchen table.
The last time I sat across from Alison Dagnes, a political science professor at Shippensburg University, it was the day after Donald Trump won the presidential election.
What are your plans this Valentine’s Day?
Let the good times roll, or “laissez le bon temps rouler,” with mini king cakes for Mardi Gras.
A TLC television personality is bringing her “Big Fat Fabulous Life” to Shippensburg University on Nov. 14.
Shippensburg University’s Student Government Association (SGA) approved the fundraising suspension, or “tabling” privileges, for SU’s chapter of the Kappa Beta Gamma (KBG) sorority during SGA’s Nov. 2 meeting.