Piper Kull Editor-in-Chief
WSYC prepares for 10th anniversary of ‘Up All Night’
WSYC’s annual Up All Night celebration and prize giveaway is fast approaching.
Your World Today Commentary: Finding Inspiration When Life is a Little Lackluster
As an artist, it can sometimes be difficult to find inspiration to continue making you art, whatever that may be. Sometimes, nothing in your life seems to move you enough to drive you to make your art and your creative well keeps coming up dry. This is a problem many artists run into, and is not something to be afraid of. Writer’s or artist’s block does not mean you are a bad writer or artist, it only means you are human.
SGA Budget and Finance Committee faces 65% turnover
In November 2022, the Student Government Association Budget and Finance Committee lost a majority of members following the departure of SGA Vice President of Finance Chase Slenker on Nov. 11. The Budget and Finance Committee allocates student activity fees to all student activities including intercollegiate athletics, student media, club sports, APB and more.
Back to School Horoscopes
Back to school horoscopes from two mean Scorpios.
Your World Today Commentary: Springing Into the New Semester
Welcome to both a new year and a new semester at Shippensburg University. No matter how the last ones ended, I am sure you can find something great this time around. The new semester and new year bring new challenges, but also new happinesses. Whether or not you believe in a clean slate (pun intended), both certainly can be. It may be more difficult, but that does not mean it will be any less wonderful.
Cluggy’s Family Amusement Center plans upgrades
Cluggy’s, a popular family entertainment center located in Chambersburg, is preparing for a series of upgrades under new ownership.
Questions raised about integrity of Fall 2022 SGA election
Multiple members of SGA alleged that Kennedy Holt failed to comply with mandatory regulations in the fall 2022 election.
Your World Today: Celebrating the end of a semester
It is finally the end of the fall semester at Shippensburg University, and whether you are excited or just a little crestfallen for the end, it should be something to celebrate.
Your World Today Commentary: The Little Things Are Sometimes Most Important
Recently, between my classes, internship, position at the Slate and role in the “Rocky Horror Picture Show,” I have found it very difficult to take time for myself. I found that a lot of friends of mine are in similar positions with all of their commitments. It can be a challenge to know how to take the time you need and how to recharge after an especially rough day.