McFeely’s Lounge in the CUB filled up last Wednesday night to hear the musical stylings of At the Moment, a new acoustic trio consisting of Andrea Jones, Matt Walker and Tisen Shrawder, three Shippensburg University students with a mutual love of music.
The Shippensburg Select Diner is one of the many places students can go in town to grab a quick bite to eat.
Finals are only one week away and for some students that means the studying will soon begin. Other students may not feel the same, but before long, they too will hit the books to make sure they do well and collect this semester’s credits. Across campus one can see the signs of finals weeks.
The lawn chairs in the quad are empty, sitting alone in the cold. The sand in the volleyball courts looks pristine and untouched.
Sean McCarthy, a Shippensburg sophomore, is currently majoring in history. In his spare time he studies for his classes, longboards (a form of skateboarding) and works on improving his banjo skills.
You may not know who she is or what her position is as a member of the Shippensburg University staff, but Sandra Tarbox is a very important and influential person on campus.
Helping others is always good. It lets people know that you care while also giving you a warm, fuzzy feeling inside.
The 2012 presidential election is rapidly approaching. For some people, this is a time to learn about each candidate’s policies and determine for whom they wish to vote. For other people this is a chance to learn some random facts about each candidate that can help win a game of Trivial Pursuit or, at least serve as small talk topics at a party.
On Thursday, Oct. 4, Shippensburg University held its annual Lip Sync competition in celebration of Homecoming Week.
This summer, while many Shippensburg University students were at the beach, visiting museums or working so they could afford their textbooks for the fall semester, Cadet John Reitz, an SU junior, was overseas in Georgia participating in the Cultural Understanding and Language Proficiency (CULP) program. CULP, a program offered by SU’s Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC), is designed to get United States military cadets experience in foreign countries.