Madi Shively Asst. Ship Life Editor
Jenny’s Mediterranean Penne Al Pollo Recipe
Here is yet another delectable pasta recipe my mother has shown to me that is sure to please everyone at the table!
Slowly But Shively: Post-Cry Clarity
Afterward, I had decided I had sufficiently healed and would do everything in my power to put it behind me. Still, months later, beneath the covers of my dorm bed, I could feel it begin to weigh on my chest as it conquered my thoughts.
Pics Or It Didn’t Happen
Last month, my friends and I traveled to New York City to see the sights and sounds of the city. I could not help but notice the undeniable reliance upon capturing each and every moment. In Central Park, we witnessed a couple take a self-timer photo, and immediately after it was taken, the woman’s smile dropped as she dashed towards her iPhone to analyze the photos, while her partner stood back, remaining in his position, awaiting her approval. A group of women rejoice on the sidewalk as they unanimously decide their third recording of a TikTok dance is post-worthy.
SU alum Maria James-Thiaw shares spoken word poetry
On Feb. 22, students and faculty gathered in the CUB MPR to listen to the spoken word of Maria James-Thiaw, a 1996 Shippensburg University alumna. James-Thiaw is the founder of the Reclaim Artist Collective, which promotes art to marginalized groups.
Slowly But Shively: Can’t Win ‘Em All
I take a deep breath and take responsibility for the loss, knowing there is nothing that can be done except to move forward and work harder in that class. Still, I dolefully dwell on the fact that despite the endless slew of to-do lists and timers and alerts, my best efforts to stay organized simply were not enough.
Recipe of the Week: Madi’s Tortellini
This week's recipe of the week is Madi's Tortellini.
Slowly but Shively: Out of Sight, Out of Mind
It is an understatement to say that we deserve better. But how do we move on to “better” if it feels so utterly impossible to move on in the first place?
Slowly but Shively: Love Is All Around
I don’t consider myself to be a Valentine’s Scrooge by any means; my life right now simply does not involve love. From a relationship, that is.
Slaters Take On New York City
Slaters share their experiences on this year's APB trip to New York City.
Slowly But Shively Situationships: A Guide to Losing What You Never Had
The ever-changing culture of relationships has cultivated one of the most uniquely painstaking affairs one can be in: The Situationship. If you fit the above description, this one is for you, and I am here to get you out of the trenches.