Madeline Walsh - Ship Life Editor
Have you ever felt like your home is too big? Do you want to live a greener life, but don’t know where to start?
As the end of the semester draws near and students prepare for finals, Roger Serr, Vice President of Student Affairs, prepares for retirement after 23 years of working at Shippensburg University.
The voices of Shippensburg University students and faculty echoed across campus Thursday afternoon as the Latino Student Organization (LSO) lead its eighth annual Pa’lante march around campus.
The Frederick Douglas Institute (FDI) held a privilege walk in Shippensburg University’s Ceddia Union Building (CUB) amphitheater Tuesday to raise awareness about social inclusion and diversity on campus.
Macaroni and cheese is a comfort food that almost everyone can relate to.
Students shuffled sleepily out of Shippensburg University’s ShipRec at 6 a.m. Saturday after a 12–hour night of games, activities and walking the track for Relay for Life, an event which aimed to raise $30,000 for the American Cancer Society.
With Easter upon us, many students will journey home Sunday to celebrate the holiday and enjoy a feast with family.
The Shippensburg University Career and Community Engagement Center is holding a Job and Internship Fair this Thursday in the Ceddia Union Building’s Multipurpose Room, where students can visit 60 different employers hiring employees and interns.
Coated in color, students and community members crossed the finish line Sunday afternoon for Colleges Against Cancer’s 5K Color Run, which raised $254.
Colleges Against Cancer will hold the Colors of Hope 5K on campus Sunday to raise money for the American Cancer Society.