Despite the need for social distancing and business closures because of the COVID-19 coronavirus, people are still exercising their right to protest these measures.
For many decades, tourists have traveled to Centralia’s colorful Graffiti Highway to create art, take photos or simply admire the site’s beauty.
As the global spread of COVID-19, known as the coronavirus, continues, those living in the United States must practice social distancing to help flatten the curve.
“Believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything” are not just words that can be used to summarize the last several years in the life of Colin Kaepernick, but also the future of Nike and other advertising giants in a system of rabid political polarization.
For the first time, incoming freshmen at Shippensburg University this year will be enrolled in a seminar intended to acclimate students to the college experience.
According to the CDC, 91 Americans die every day from opioid overdoses. The DEA reported that Cumberland and Franklin Counties had 62 cases of drug overdose deaths in 2015 — nearly half of which were caused by opioids. This made SU a logical host for Wednesday’s heroin and opioid epidemic forum.
By the beginning of January, the annual Valentine’s Day craze has begun. It starts out slowly: a commercial here and there promoting sales at retail stores, or the best place to buy a box of chocolates without breaking the bank. Women in long-term relationships stare wistfully at engagement rings in store windows and drop hints to their significant others of where they’d like to go for dinner on Feb. 14.