Piper Kull Asst. A&E Editor
The Shippensburg Theater Collective performed ‘Riii! From the Life and Death of King Richard III’ by William Shakespeare at the Cumberland Valley Hose Company #2 Station on Nov. 20 at 8 p.m.
Shippensburg University held an introductory training program for those interested in becoming a Silent Witness. Blaise Liffick, a Millersville University professor and the program’s Operations Director, led the ‘Facing the Hate: Peacekeeping on Campus with Silent Witness Peacekeepers Alliance’ presentation.
Silk Sonic released their first album, ‘An Evening With Silk Sonic,’ on Friday, Nov. 12, repackaging classic R&B gold, funk and soul stylings for a 21st century audience.
The Shippensburg Flute Choir and Saxophone, Clarinet and String Ensembles performed for a socially distant crowd in Old Main Chapel on Nov. 14 to showcase the music they have been working on all semester.
The LGBTQ+ Advisory Council held a Letter Writing Party in McFeely’s Cafe from 6-8 p.m. Friday to push Shippensburg Township to pass a Nondiscrimination Ordinance.
With hard work from all involved over the course of the pandemic, “The Nutcracker” will finally be on stage at The H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center on Nov. 17, 2021.
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Just Dance has been a standout party game since the first of its name was released. The new 'Just Dance 2022' is set to come out on Nov. 4 2021 and is a fitting addition to the series.
Students share favorite moments form Rocky Horror Picture Show in preparation for Oct. 28th and 30th performances.
The Reflector held their annual Halloween open mic night event Thursday, Oct. 21st in Stewart Hall.