As college students at Shippensburg University, one spends a large portion of our time worrying about how to best prepare ourselves for life after graduation.
Local history experts met in Orndorff Theatre Wednesday night to tell attendees of the influence that Native Americans have had on the United States.
Saturday night’s performance of “42 ft. - A Menagerie of Mechanical Marvels” by Cirque Mechanics, brought the energy of the big top to Shippensburg University’s H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center. The ensemble that came to life in 2004 showcased its ability to entertain like no other.
Shippensburg University’s Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) celebrated the service and sacrifices made by U.S. veterans in Old Main Chapel on Nov. 12.
Shippensburg University’s H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center was teleported back in time on Thursday night during a performance by The Doobie Brothers.
Shippensburg University hosted a media and politics guest panel Oct. 30 in the Old Main Chapel to discuss the news cycle.
Rupert Nacoste spoke about understanding society’s rapid social changes on Oct. 22 in Old Main Chapel.
Shippensburg University’s undergraduate journal of the arts, The Reflector, hosted a community-wide open mic and poetry reading at the Shippensburg Arts Programming and Education (SHAPE) Gallery Friday night.
Award-winning author Patricia Smith shared poetry and a handful of personal literary experiences during her keynote address at this year’s English Association of Pennsylvania State Universities Conference on Friday afternoon in the Tuscarora Room.
With more than a decade’s worth of experience in the historical conservation field, Shippensburg University alumna Ashley Maready shared her journey during a lecture in the Dauphin Humanities Center on Sept. 11.