“Words and ideas can change the world.” This was a piece of wisdom spoken by the late Robin Williams in the 1989 film “Dead Poets Society.” The Multi-Ethnic Student Association (MESA) put the wisdom to use by hosting a roundtable discussion regarding social issues on Wednesday, Nov.
The Multicultural Student Association (MSA) hosted its first ever Rhythm Series dance workshop last Thursday.
Patriotism is a very important aspect of daily life for many people no matter what country they are from.
When it comes to spreading awareness regarding social issues, it is important to educate others to get a point across.
The pro-life versus pro-choice debate has been a prominent topic of discussion ever since the Roe v.
AMC’s “The Walking Dead” started off on a high note during its fifth season premiere on Sunday, October 12.
Perhaps you have seen her twirling flags as part of the Red Raider Marching Band’s color guard. You may have even seen her on campus advocating diversity or simply working hard in one of your classes, striving to succeed in everything she does.
Thousands of students each year travel to foreign nations to gain a unique educational experience that might be otherwise unobtainable.
Finding a voice among thousands of other students can be a daunting task, especially when being held back by the limitations society places.
Students interested in building connections and relationships with potential future employers attended Shippensburg University’s 2013 Career Day at the ShipRec on Monday, Nov.