Cookies, cake pops, apple cider, lemonade, English students and professors littered the Dauphin Humanities Center “fish bowl” lounge for the English department’s first Cookie Slam.
Burlap sacks, propeller hats, parrots on shoulders and even a mime crossed the stage this weekend at Memorial Auditorium.
Fifty-nine years, thousands of pages and millions of words later, The Reflector is still going strong.
Shippensburg University’s Student Government brought club representatives together Wednesday to introduce a new way for students’ voices to be heard.
The African American Organization (Afro-Am) is holding its 43rd annual Frances M. Banks Feed-A-Friend Drive on Nov. 18, to help families from Harrisburg to Chambersburg, Pennsylvania.
Two individuals were shot at Bard Townhouses on Monday, Nov. 7, according to Pennsylvania State Police. On Tuesday, Nov. 8, police charged Sherrod Eugene Baltimore, 21, of Harrisburg, in connection with the shooting, according to ABC27.
Twenty-five years after they started, Diamond Rio was still going strong as the band members walked across the stage Saturday night at H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center to cheers and claps.
Shippensburg University President George “Jody” Harpster held a Q&A during the first day of the strike to address students’ concerns about how the job action would affect them.
Even with a strike, the Activities Program Board (APB) still plans on trying to keep students occupied.
One of the most iconic phrases in game show history. “The Price is Right” began in 1972 and has been on air for 45 seasons. But what some do not know is that since 2003, “The Price is Right” Live! has been touring across the country.