Molly Foster - Asst. AE Editor
WSYC 88.7 FM’s annual “Up All Night” broadcast this past weekend made many Shippensburg University students surrender one of the things they value most — their sleep.
Shippensburg University’s campus radio station, WSYC 88.7 FM, will be on air for 24 hours nonstop from 8 a.m. April 21 to 8 a.m. April 22, for its fourth “Up All Night” broadcast event.
Laughter boomed throughout the Ceddia Union Building (CUB) on Thursday night as comedian Jen Kober joked up a storm with Shippensburg University students.
Legendary English rock band The Zombies are celebrating their 50th band anniversary by touring their 1968 album, “Odyssey & Oracle” one last time before respectfully putting its live performance days to rest.
Students during the day and dancers and musicians at night — Shippensburg University students have more than just smarts going for them.
The power of art unites fellow state universities, Millersville and Shippensburg, with Millersville University Art and Design Faculty Invitational Exhibition at the Kauffman Gallery.
Five years and three albums ago, Ed Sheeran revealed his heart was just as fiery as his hair with love song anthems “Lego House” and “Give Me Love” from his debut album “+,” followed by 2014 fan favorites “Thinking Out Loud” and “Photograph.”
A compilation of colorful screen prints, constructed by Shippensburg University students and faculty during a screen printmaking workshop held last month, are currently on display at the Brindle Art Gallery.
Shippensburg University’s In-Motion Dance Troupe showed what talent mixed with hard work looks like during its 31st annual recital this weekend.
“America’s Got Talent” finalist, iLuminate, showed Shippensburg University there is more than meets the eye Wednesday, as it transformed a pitch-black stage in H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center into the magical iLuminate Town.