A line stretching from the doors of Heiges Field House to the commuter parking lot had formed by the time the doors opened for Panic!
Israel, France, Spain and the Dominican Republic are just a few of the places Shippensburg University students have visited.
Theatreworks USA brought “The Lightning Thief” and “The Teacher from the Black Lagoon and Other Storybooks” to Luhrs Preforming Arts Center.
Many have wondered what a sequel to “Robin Hood: Men in Tights” would look like. With quick wit and a crude sense of humor that appeals to even the most mature, it is hard to think there is something that could come close. ABC’s newest musical “comedy-extravaganza,” “Galavant,” has become the sequel many fans did not see coming.
H. Ric Luhrs’ name is most well known for its association with the Luhrs Performing Arts Center. But as this year rolls around, there is more to the name H. This year marks the 10th anniversary of H. Ric Luhrs’ death. This is a man who helped fund the building explained Luhrs Center director Leslie Folmer Clinton. He helped put up the 50 percent that the university needed to fund the performing arts center that was not being provided by the state.
Walking into The H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center Thursday Nov. 18, audience members saw the members of Josh Turner’s band up on stage, preparing for the upcoming night.
Philo and HBO GO, two services many students on campus have probably heard being tossed around. The big question is, why are these terms being thrown around and what do they have to do with Shippensburg University?
Ron Suskind is known as a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, as well as an author of several books on the American government, but he did not stop at Shippensburg University to talk solely about any of these topics.