Grace Harbour A&E Editor
Have you ever listened to an album, and suddenly felt like you have been transported to a forest — with birds chirping and creek water streaming? Adrianne Lenker’s indie-folk album “songs” encapsulates that feeling.
Last Saturday was the first day of fall, and I spent it as one should, bundled up in blankets on a rainy day with my favorite fall movies. It is my tradition to watch these films as soon as there is a slight autumn breeze. The chilly, rainy day, along with my pestering cold, was the perfect excuse to begin my binge-watch. Here are the three movies I watched, and that you should also watch on your next cozy day in.
Olivia Rodrigo released her sophomore album “Guts” on Friday, Sept. 8, more than two years after the release of her debut album “Sour.”
Aidan Swank is a senior art major at Shippensburg University with a certification in graphic design.
Fall is right around the corner, and what better way to celebrate than by listening to an album that feels like fall? Harry Styles’ self-titled debut album is the perfect record for those chilly, beginning of autumn days.
The places we grow up in have the power to affect our lives forever. Noah Kahan’s folk album “Stick Season (We’ll All Be Here Forever)” describes the bittersweetness of being stuck in your hometown and what can happen when you finally leave it.
The indie-rock trio Boygenius released their debut album “The Record” on Friday— their five-year comeback after releasing their self-titled EP in 2018.
Shippensburg University is taking submissions for the 45th Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition, sponsored by the SU Minds@Work Conference. SU students can submit up to five pieces of art to participate in a “real world” juried art competition, with a cash prize of $2,500. The categories this year are ceramics, digital fine art printing, drawing, graphic design, mixed media, painting, photography, printmaking and sculpture.
The Reflector, Shippensburg University’s on-campus literary journal, held its annual Post-Love Open Mic on Thursday, Feb. 16, in Stewart Hall. Attendees were encouraged to share their work about love, heartbreak and everything in between.
The PAGE Center presented “The Vagina Monologues” in McFeely’s Cafe on Feb. 17 and 18. “The Vagina Monologues” is a play written by Eve Ensler based on real interviews she conducted with more than 200 women.