After three months of quarantine due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, my playlists began to get repetitive.
They say dreams come true when you go to Disney. Disney closed its gates in mid-March because of the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus and visitors are left without the magic. Until now.
The world just got a whole lot brighter with a new YouTube series, “Some Good News.”
The world is dealing with the devastating impacts of the COVID-19 coronavirus. However, the fear that the virus is creating is not stopping musical artists and notable celebrities from coming together and raising money for a good cause.
While social media is used on a daily basis for entertainment purposes, next week it will be used to launch The Reflector’s latest edition.
The COVID-19 coronavirus has forced many people, whether in school or in the workforce or both, to remain at home in self-quarantine. However, streaming services such as Netflix and Disney+ can help them pass the time easier. Don’t know what to watch? The Slate has it covered:
What struggles do queer women face in south-central Pennsylvania? Nicole Santalucia, an English professor at Shippensburg University, informs the world about these struggles in her novel “The Book of Dirt.”
The Shippensburg University Music Department released its student ensemble lineup for the upcoming semester.
Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to take your significant other on a date he or she will never forget.
“Star Wars the Rise of Skywalker,” the newest episode in the Star Wars series, provided three emotional moments that impacted the audience.