Justin Hawbaker Ship Life Editor
Shippensburg University was in for a colorful evening featuring a drag queen, sexual jokes, confetti and rainbow-colored candy to start off the weekend.
Picture walking into a room with a fresh smell of baked goods waiting to be eaten. Now imagine eating them to support a new organization on campus.
At Shippensburg University, students are recommended to join at least one organization on campus to gain experience and become part of the community. Homecoming King Ramses Ovalles knows this all too well as he is a part of seven different organizations.
Fifty-one point one percent of female victims of rape report it was done by someone they were intimate partners with compared to 40.8% being done by someone they are just familiar with, according to the #MeToo movement website.
The Women’s Center, Pride Center, Office of Multicultural Students Affairs (MSA) and Connection AOD (Alcohol and Other Drugs) are collaborating to host a masquerade ball Oct. 24 from 8 p.m. to midnight in the Ceddia Union Building (CUB) multipurpose room (MPR).
We are halfway through the semester and the leaves are starting to change color. We know what that means: It is fall. Here are five tips that can help students survive the fall season:
Shippensburg University (SU) students and their families were invited to the annual Parents and Family Celebration Day on Sept. 28 taking part in activities throughout the campus.
Students are invited to participate in free mini golf courtesy of the Activities Program Board (APB) Sept. 26 from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. at the Carlisle Sports Emporium.
Students can invite their family to the Parents & Family Celebration 2019 on Sept. 28 at 9 a.m. hosted by the Activities Program Board (APB).
You do not need to be part of the LGBTQ+ community to visit the Pride Center office, according to former student and new director Dani Zinn.