Meghan Schiereck - Asst. Multimedia Editor
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.
On any other day, the iconic casino atmosphere of Las Vegas, Nevada, is 2,340 miles, one time zone and a 34-hour drive from Shippensburg University.
Actors were huddled on stage and clustered in groups. Bright yellow lights illuminated their faces, and each person was poised with confidence.
Students gathered in McFeely’s Café on Tuesday night to raise awareness and donate items for Distributing Dignity, as well as make a variety of crafts such as ornaments, paintings and sock snowmen.
Showgoers gathered quietly in Shippensburg University’s Memorial Auditorium on Saturday evening and were whisked into the world of Dr. Lyssa Dent Hughes during SU’s Theatre Department practicum performance of “An American Daughter.”
Shippensburg University students participated in a Privilege Walk on Tuesday in the McLean Hall Multi-purpose Room, an activity designed to make you think about the advantages and disadvantages in life you may not have realized you had.
Young Americans for Liberty (YAL), a group on campus that promotes all liberties, held an event for students to speak their minds last Thursday.