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.
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.
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.
Shippensburg University hosted its 2023 Treats no Tricks event in front of Old Main on Monday evening.
The Shippensburg Kids Event Committee hosted the 36th Annual Shippensburg Halloween Parade Saturday night.
Have you ever thought about the memories and power that water holds? Artists aimed to demonstrate these aspects in the “Listening to Water” exhibit, which held its opening night on Friday at the SHAPE Gallery.
In the past year, wellness and implementing a healthy lifestyle have become very important to me. The topic of wellness has become a huge trend over the past few years, especially on TikTok. While this trend has many positive aspects, it can also pressure those looking to live a healthy lifestyle to do so as aesthetically pleasing as possible (think of the “that girl” trend).
One of the worst things for me as a writer, and especially as a creative writer, is the infamous case of writer’s block.
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and in this household, that means doing skincare, eating chocolate and watching comfort shows. One of them happens to be “Jane the Virgin.”
Season 2 of the anime series “Demon Slayer” has been released on Netflix. As a long-time fan of the series, I was ecstatic to find the preview for it on Netflix’s home screen.