Meghan Schiereck Multimedia Editor
Story-telling has ditched social media and the internet in favor of a new venue and a little human connection.
Tucked away in an inconspicuous warehouse lies The Thought Lot: a gallery that shows contemporary art exhibits and concerts. The opening reception for the fall gallery opened at 6 p.m. on Sept. 6, and will be on display through the end of October.
How many of you have never been to a percussion recital?” asked Aaron Trumbore, assistant director of bands at Shippensburg University, taking a bow after his first piece. The majority of the people in the room raised their hands.
Let’s talk about sex. A discussion about sex can be uncomfortable, confusing and even downright mortifying — but it does not have to be. The Women’s Center hosted a panel on women’s sexual health last Thursday in the Orndorff Theatre that aimed to make talking about sex and sexual health easier.
Jay T. Vonada’s quartet transformed Old Main Chapel into a jazz club with the sounds of trombone, piano, drums and bass last Thursday evening.
Audience members controlled an improv comedy show starring Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood last Saturday night at the H. Ric. Luhrs Performing Center.
If poetry, prose and pizza are some of your favorite things, the English Palooza was the place to be.
Shippensburg University’s department of music and theatre arts presented “Music for Flute and Piano” with Emma Resmini and Michelle Cann last Wednesday in Old Main Chapel.