Hunter Wolfe - Staff Writer
Shippensburg University’s McFeely’s Coffeehouse lounge is a small, dimly lit space fit with more chairs than it ever fills and a thin, wooden stage that rarely gets much use.
Researchers from across the country converged at Shippensburg University Friday for the second annual social justice conference, which seeks to discuss and unveil social problems.
Speakers from Millersville University (MU) gave a special presentation in Shippensburg University’s Old Main Chapel on Tuesday to introduce a one-of-a-kind disabilities program to the Shippensburg community.
It’s 10 p.m. on a Thursday night. Many students are hunkered over their textbooks or hitting the bars, but Harley Weigle is in the art building arched over a pottery wheel shaping and reshaping clay as he visualizes the form of his next creation. Weigle, a junior, is a practicing ceramicist studying art and business at Shippensburg University, but his interest in the field goes all the way back to high school.