Lydia Elmy


Trans Week of Visibility: Torrin A. Greathouse

Torrin A. Greathouse, a transgender “cripple-punk” poet and essayist, brought Stewart Hall to life when they read their poems to students and faculty on Wednesday night. The event, hosted by the English department as part of Trans Week of Visibility, drew a large crowd and quickly filled seats. 

MSA and RHA host annual “Live at the Apollo”

Harlem made its way into Shippensburg on Thursday night in Stewart Hall during “Live at the Apollo,” an annual event hosted by Multicultural Student Affairs (MSA) and the Residence Hall Association (RHA) that celebrates Black history and art. 

Love is all around: The Reflector Open Mic

Love is alive in every aspect. Despite Valentine’s Day being over, Shippensburg University students expressed their love in different ways at The Reflector’s Post-Love Open Mic in Stewart Hall on Thursday night. 

Men of Color Conversations a success

The Division of Retention and Student Success held one of its Men of Color Conversations Wednesday night. The discussion lasted for approximately an hour and was held in Orndorff Theater. 

Homecoming 2023: MSA hosts annual Step Show

Shippensburg University’s Multicultural Student Affairs (MSA) hosted its annual Step Show Saturday night. The event began at 7:30 p.m. and was hosted by JP Sakpeidah and Tamara Hightower.