Raider Muse - Staff Columnist
There is no doubt finals week is most students’ kryptonite. Believe it or not, there are some tips and tricks we seem to forget about when it is crunch time and we are all stressing out.
As the season becomes more festive, it becomes a time to start thinking of what you may want Santa to bring you for Christmas.
Thanksgiving — a time to be grateful for your friends and family, as well as a time of privilege for those who forget that their high school history books may have left out a thing or two about the “harmonious” day between the Native Americans (the Wampanoag), the settlers and the events that followed.
A man by the name of Scott Beierle shot six people in a yoga study in Tallahassee, Florida on Nov. 2.
With the uprising of hatred for transgender individuals in the eyes of the government, President Donald Trump has shown his disapproval of the LGBT community by defining gender strictly on the sex characteristics of biological men and women.
Around this time of year, thousands of patrons visit various haunted attractions around the United States, a few being in our own backyard.
Halloween is approaching at lightening speed, and for all of you who dress up for Halloween, sometimes there may be a temptation to dress up as Native Americans.
As we venture into the month of October, wholeheartedly known as “the month of Halloween” in my household, I pose the question: why do we police who gets to participate in Halloween’s events, including trick-or-treating, dressing up or benefiting from the kindhearted patrons who buy a ton of overpriced candy just to give it away?
As we enter the last few days of September, Halloween month is just around the corner.
In my four years at Shippensburg University, the fascination with Richard Avenue still strikes me as odd.