Maddie Walsh - Staff Writer
Looking for someone who is extremely dedicated to Shippensburg University? Look no further than the cozy Century Café tucked away in Old Main, where you will likely find Cindy Emondi diligently at work ensuring quality food reaches hungry Raiders.
A sense of strength and solidarity rang through the Shippensburg University Ceddia Union Building on Thursday from Room 224 in the form of discussion, activities and chants lead by Multicultural Student Affairs (MSA) Director Diane Jefferson for the first-ever Sisterhood Solidarity meeting.
Shippensburg University students were laughing out loud Thursday when comedy hypnotist David Hall blended hypnosis with every college students’ favorite game- — Cards Against Humanity.
The Memorial Auditorium stage was enveloped in a rose and violet glow as Shippensburg University’s rendition of the “Vagina Monologues” was performed Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings in an effort to raise money to combat rape and sexual assault in Cumberland County.
If you are looking for an expert in American media, simply follow the aroma of scented candles and soft music trailing from Room 417 in Grove Hall. There you will find political science professor Alison Dagnes who appeared on National Geographic’s “Star Talk” last Monday night.
With spring break racing to meet us, the struggle to reveal a beach-ready body while fighting chill-induced junk food cravings is evident. After a long day of trekking across the tundra that has become our campus, all anyone really wants is to binge on pizza while Edward Scissor-handing two bags of Doritos. But worry not beach-bound Raiders, because this zucchini and yellow squash casserole is sure to satisfy your appetite without getting in the way of those soon-to-be sculpted abs.
Maddie Walsh kicks off her mornings with applesauce oatmeal muffins, maplewood smoked bacon and chai tea before tackling her daily routine.
Each fall semester, the impending week of finals brings with it the nips of Jack Frost on our noses.
A kaleidoscope of paper butterflies stood blanketed in the afternoon’s long amber light outside of Ezra Lehman Memorial Library last Thursday in honor of Children’s Grief Awareness day.
Students gathered in the Ceddia Union Building (CUB) multipurpose room last Tuesday evening to experience Phi Sigma Sigma’s charity drag show event, held in partnership with the Kids in Need Foundation.