The African-American Organization (Afro-Am) and the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs (MSA) are collecting monetary donations for the 41st Annual Feed-A-Friend food drive.
The African American Organization (Afro-Am) and the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs (MSA) are collecting monetary donations for the 41st Annual Feed-A-Friend food drive.
If you were looking for a Halloween party with food, music, contests and prizes the Zombie Prom was the perfect place to be.
“OMG” the modern version of Shakespeare’s ‘Othello’ premiered Thursday night in Memorial Auditorium.
Staff from the Women’s Center and REACT had an information session in the CUB last Thursday concerning sexual violence.
Fifty participants got cold and wet when they took the ice bucket challenge outside the Ceddia Union Building (CUB) amphitheater.
King and Earl streets were buzzing this Saturday as people gathered to celebrate everyone’s favorite summer grain. This year, the annual Corn festival brought the young, old and even pets to Shippensburg.
Video games are embedded in American culture. They have existed since the 1940s. Video games distract children, men or women for hours at a time.
While some college students know basic foreign language skills, enhancing these skills may make them more competitive in the job market.
With a little more than a month left, college students are thinking about summer break and are starting to become distracted with the approaching beautiful weather.