Hannah McMullan - Ship Life Editor
Some people may know 1975 as the year the Vietnam War ended, or the year their hearts stopped as they watched “Jaws” terrorize New England on-screen — but how many know it as the year students with disabilities were finally allowed to enroll in public schools?
Walking into a church on a Sunday morning when the air is bright and crisp, the sun seeps rainbows from the stained glass windows and the hum of a choir rejoices in the background. The minister at the front preaches the gospel and promises a life of eternity, if you follow the rules.
Shippensburg University’s Counseling Center will be featuring a Locks of Love hair donation drive, therapy dogs and prizes in its 14th annual Wellness Fair on Wednesday, April 10.
The beer’s condensation pooled against the dark grain of the wooden table, creating a magnified image of the craftsmanship. The combination of the sour scent of beer against the fading maroon bricked walls brought a comforting earthy quality to the atmosphere.
As spring break approaches, students may be getting anxious for relaxation and fun.
Many college students can attest to the surreal sensation of dread course through their bodies the day before the beginning of the semester.
SU students conduct research to service the community.
APB invites students to the Super Bowl LIII party in the CUB.
Shippensburg University’s Sigma Gamma Rho sorority celebrated its 10th anniversary with the annual Miss Diversity Pageant on Saturday night in the Ceddia Union Building’s Multipurpose Room.