Olivia Riccio - Asst. A&E Editor
Shippensburg University’s concert choir and orchestra will come together to perform the oratorio, “Messiah,” by George Frideric Handel on Nov. 18, in the H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center.
School spirit is the heart of colleges and universities, and with programs like the marching band, Shippensburg University will never lose that school spirit.
Shippensburg University brought to life the poetry of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education’s (PASSHE)’s best students and professionals in two-day sessions of the English Association of Pennsylvania State Universities (EAPSU) on Oct. 4-6.
If you are a fan of short musicals with a meaningful message, Act V Theatre Co.’s production of “21 Chump Street” was the perfect musical to see at Memorial Auditorium last week.
If you are looking for some entertainment this fall semester at Shippensburg University, Act V Theatre Co. has some shows that might pique your interest.
This weekend the Shippensburg University Marching Band performed at the university’s football game against Clarion University — per the request of SU President Laurie Carter.
The fall semester begins this week, and so will the creativity that comes from the students of Shippensburg University’s Art and Design Department.