Olivia Riccio - Asst. A&E Editor
Author and University of Louisiana professor Lisa Graley came to Shippensburg University on March 5 to read some of her poetry and short stories from her works in Old Main Chapel.
After many changes in members, hit songs, tours and much more, The Temptations and Four Tops celebrated the history of Motown at the H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center on Friday night.
Beginning as a hobby without direction, Shippensburg native band Nothing Planned is beginning to grow in the heart of central Pennsylvania.
Shippensburg University’s In-Motion Dance Troupe gave seniors a proper goodbye during its 33rd annual dance recital, “An Invitation to Dance,” on Friday night and Saturday afternoon. The recital was held in Memorial Auditorium.
The long line outside of the H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center reflected the excitement and anticipation of Shippensburg University students on Saturday night for the Bazzi and Bryce Vine concert.
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.