Shippensburg is known for its locally-run businesses, and one such local business, located on King Street, can be easily overlooked in the midst of row homes, churches, and restaurants and bars.
With just weeks to go before the end of another quick semester, Shippensburg University students got a chance to unwind and have fun with friends playing an old playground classic. The Shippensburg University Chapter of Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) sponsored a dodge ball tournament Sunday evening at the ShipRec from 7:00 p.m.
Act V continues to go on the comedy route each semester for its student-run stage productions and this semester is no different, with the hilarious, but thought-provoking play “Picasso at the Lapin Agile” as one of the main shows for the fall semester.
Some students like to relax and do nothing when the weekend hits. Others prefer to work their brains even more by answering trivia questions. On Friday afternoon, Shippensburg students gathered in teams of two to three and tested their knowledge at the “BRAINSTORM!
“I see that my heart is really with children and families affected by disabilities. The best way to serve them is to train their teachers.” This is Kelly Carrero’s view on teaching special education at Shippensburg University.
Name a game show that kept Shippensburg University students entertained Tuesday evening during Homecoming Week.
For any Shippensburg student who has wanted to get the experience of wearing actual U.S. Army battlefield gear, the Shippensburg Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) had just the thing.
The violence in our nation continues. After the Aurora, Colo. shootings, the massacre in Newtown, Conn., and the more recent Boston Marathon bombing, another United States massacre has happened.
Shippensburg university students gathered in Room 106 of the Ezra Lehman Memorial Library Thursday afternoon to discuss “Fifty Shades of Grey” during the library’s Banned and Challenged Books Week that ran from Sept.
The Shippensburg football team has not had a successful beginning to their season, dropping their first two games of the season on the road against Shepherd in Week 1 and Slippery Rock in Week 2.
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